Category Archives: Number Recognition
That’s right friends!! Tpt is having a sale to celebrate 3 Million Teachers using Tpt in some way!!
The sale doesn’t start until Thursday, February 28th, but go start filling up your cart right away!
I’ve made some new products to share with you and they will ALL (along with the rest of my store) be on sale for 20% off! Keep watching for the special code to type in at checkout so you can get up to 28% off!
First, I created a new set of Rainbow Pom-Pom Games! This set helps your students practice the 88 sight words in the Journeys reading series. Its played the same way the Rainbow Pom-Pom Toss game is, except with sight words!
If you don’t have the original game and really want it along with the new one, you’re in luck!! I’ve bundled the two together so you can have your students practice a variety of skills! Shapes, Numbers, Letters, Die Recognition, Sight Words and more! 33 different mats are included to help you reach a wide range of students and their abilities!
Finally, if you missed it last week, I created these “Ways to Make” practice sheets. My kiddos LOVE these! All you need is some mini-erasers, sheet protector, and some dry erase markers and you are go to go! This activity is great for practicing composing and decomposing numbers!
So there you have it!! Some new products that will be on sale beginning on Thursday!!
As I was writing my lesson plans for this week, I saw that I am supposed to do two new things this week. One is to begin introducing the first 5 Math Work Stations and the second items is to begin teaching the K.CC.3.A standard (writing numbers to 20) (we are just writing to 10 at this point in the year).
I decided to create a set of booklets that would let me accomplish both of these things:
(click the color picture below to get yours). 🙂
Each book contains 6 pages (7 if you count the cover page) and helps your students to represent numbers in a variety of ways (see below).
These would be great for individual, small, or whole group work. I think these would be excellent for homework too! I will say that when I first saved this file, I intended to include the number zero, but after thinking about it, that would be a pretty empty number book! No way to show zero other than to write the number and write the number word, so I left it out. If I have requests for it, I could make those two pages just for zero. I did include zero in my August Problem Solving Pack if you do need a page for zero.
P.S. I’m going to start working on the October Problem Solving Pack soon–trying to stay ahead! 🙂
I created this activity for some of my kiddos who needed to work on the “teens” number recognition.
It’s part of my Stamp a Number or Letter pack. I included it in one of my Math Work Stations and the kids are really loving stamping the numbers with the BINGO stampers (I get those at the Dollar Store).
I’ve just uploaded a new Stamp a Number/Letter activity on my Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s store.
I created a stamping activity so that my kiddos can work on number and letter recognition in a fun way!
You can click the picture above to go check it out! 🙂
Don’t forget that everything in my Tpt store is on sale until the 30th! Even this new item is on sale!