Category Archives: Number Recognition

Tpt is having a sale!!

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!

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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!

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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!Screen Shot 2014-02-23 at 6.54.59 PM

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!

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So there you have it!!  Some new products that will be on sale beginning on Thursday!!

Kristen 🙂

1-10 Number Books

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).

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These would be great for individual, small, or whole group work.  I think these would be excellent for homework too!  Screen Shot 2013-08-24 at 8.25.06 PM Screen Shot 2013-08-24 at 8.24.42 PMI 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.

Kristen 🙂

P.S. I’m going to start working on the October Problem Solving Pack soon–trying to stay ahead! 🙂

Bingo Stamper Math

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).

Kristen 🙂

Stamp a Number/Letter

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!

Kristen 🙂

 

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