Students can practice sequencing numbers with this activity. Perfect for practicing in groups, or to be used as an assessment. Groups of three numbers have a missing number in the first, middle, or last position.
In this activity, students will practice recognizing, naming, and creating simple fractional parts using informal language. Students should recognize that all parts of the set are equal before naming and creating fractional parts.
This number of the day packet includes 15 days of number practice. Each day, students will identify the number of the day, and complete the routine using tens and ones, sequencing, adding, and filling in a section of a number chart. Great for spiral
This graphing activity is great for the beginning of the year to show how each student gets home. Start with a whole class graphing activity, then follow up with individual activities that allow students to practice reading a graph, and recording
This number of the day packet is great for morning work. Students identify the number of the day and practice determining odd or even, identifying 10s and 1s, and writing the number in expanded form, along with other math number skills!