This is great review with place value and greater than and less than. After the students completed the scoot, they wrote what their base ten blocks on the back and partner up and decided using the symbols <,>, = with their partner.
This was a really fun activity for my students. I had the easy mode on green colored paper, and the hard mode on pink color paper. I told her student which path they were taking and next to each station was manipulative for them to use if they
This is a fun activity for students learning the math skill of more and less (greater than, less than). I cut the popcorn out, and I put it into dollar store popcorn bag and I let the students have partners and finish this activity.
This was a fun activity for my students! I gave them a dice and they had partners. They rolled a number, and they wrote it and then their partner went. The students then circle the number that is more. Students who are getting the skill I gave them
This is an assessment covering addition and subtraction problems with numbers between 1-10, it also includes a word problems. This includes an answer key. This will help you assess your students understanding of addition and subtraction.
There is 3 different types of assessments that are differentiated for addition and subtraction. Form A is the easiest, which is 1-10 numbers with pictures. Form B is the middle level, which is 1-20 numbers with pictures. Form C is the hard level,
This is a great resource to teach Kindergartens how to solve word problems without the extra added stress. The process is broken into three steps. Read it, Color/draw it, and solve it.
There are two levels (differentiated) the lower students can