# School of Design

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Observe the attributes of common 2D polygons. Determine the number of sides, number of vertices, whether all the sides are the same length, and whether all the angles are the same size. Shapes include triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus,
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Students graph amounts of various manipulatives such as coins, colored beads, shapes, or various other different colored counters such as plastic bugs or animals. After grabbing a handful, they can place one of each kind in each square at the base
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Students will practice drawing shapes with this Christmas themed geometry sheet. Each shape is labeled with its name so students begin to connect the name to its corresponding shape. A short explanation of the origin of the Christmas tree tradition
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Find it bundled with other related activities! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Telling-Time-to-the-Nearest-5-Minutes-3336292 Students will practice telling time to the nearest five minutes with a.m. and p.m. using something familiar to
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Find it bundled with other related activities! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Telling-Time-to-the-Nearest-5-Minutes-3336292 Introduce students to telling time to the hour on digital and analog clocks with this sort! Students match the
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Find this bundled with more related activities!! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Adding-and-Subtracting-Mentally-10-and-100-3336210 You are a race car driver and need to make it to the finish line as fast as possible. That means you
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Find this bundled with more related activities!! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Adding-and-Subtracting-Mentally-10-and-100-3336210 Students will practice adding and subtracting 10s and 100s through modeling. This activity can be used
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Includes: Race to 500 - A race car themed partner game where students spin then add 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, and 100 to their original number. The player that reaches 500 first
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Students use their knowledge of doubling and halving to answer story problems. Students are prompted to draw to scaffold their independence.
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Includes: Telling Time to the Hour - Cut and Sort - Use as a quick review. Students match digital and analog clocks to the time. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Telling-Time-to-the-Hour-Cut-and-Sort-3334471 Telling Time to the Nearest
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Students will practice letter recognition and handwriting as they trace inside the letters trying to get 5 in a row. Call out letters, sounds, or words (for example, the letter "dog" starts with) and have students find the letter on their card. On
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Students start by identifying a group of objects as even or odd. If even, the student alternates coloring objects two colors until all are colored. Then, students use their picture to write a doubles addition fact. Students will begin to gain an
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Students divide even objects into two groups by drawing pictures. Then, students use their picture to write a doubles addition fact. Students will begin to gain an understanding of how doubling a number results in an even number. Use the large
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Students will practice visually representing and writing addition equations equalling 10. In addition to this handout, students will need 10 yellow/red two-sided circle counters. Students will shake all 10 counters, drop them, and then place each
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Students will practice basic operations at three different levels. First, students will count the jack-o-lantern "cut-outs." Then, students will use that number as their start and either add 1, take away 1, or subtract from 10 and write their answer
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Students will develop number sense by determining which numbers come before and after and which numbers are 10 more or 10 less. In addition to this worksheet, students will need a sequential set of number cards that measure approximately 1.5in wide
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Students will use their fingers to practice visually representing and writing subtraction equations within 10. Students will roll a 6-sided die and write the number in the first blank of the 2nd paper. Students will place their hands on the "turkey
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Find it bundled with other related activities! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Telling-Time-to-the-Nearest-5-Minutes-3336292 Students will practice telling time to the nearest 5 minutes by writing the time shown on analog clocks in
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Find it bundled with other related activities! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Telling-Time-to-the-Nearest-5-Minutes-3336292 Oh no! Jenny's digital clock broke. How will she know when it's time for piano lessons? Her playdate?
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Find this bundled with more related activities! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Adding-and-Subtracting-Mentally-10-and-100-3336210 OH NO! You are 500 feet below sea level and running out of air. You need to make it back to the surface
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I am currently student teaching 1st grade.

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I am an graphic designer turned educator currently student teaching 1st grade. When complete, I will have a degree in elementary education (1st-8th grade) as well as a second degree in art with a graphic design emphasis. I mesh what I have learned in my design classes and curriculum classes in order to create original handouts for my students!