This fun place value learning activity for numbers 10-20 gets students up and moving! Show the differentiated Google Slides or PowerPoint slides on your whiteboard in the classroom or share your screen during distance learning & have your kindergarten - first grade students do movements to show their answers! Engaging & fun place value practice or assessment with brain breaks for learners of all ability levels! Click to see more details & download to use with your students.
There are 20 printable pages of number practice 21-40 in this packet. Students use a variety of skills with each practice page. They will learn to count, identify, trace and write numbers. This packet is perfect for kindergarten students who are learning numbers. Number Practice | Math
Free Break the Code Math and Beginning Sounds has 3 pages. This resource helps children to practice addition and subtraction 0-10. Students also will practice learning the alphabet by beginning sounds. This resource is perfect for preschool, kindergarten and first graders. Preschool | Preschool Worksheets | Kindergarten | First Grade | Alphabet Beginning Sounds | Free Break the Code | Math | Number | Addition | Subtraction | Homework | Morning Work | Phonics | Free Lessons
This is a pack with 3 sets of math centers for Kindergarten. These are the Kindergarten activities: Trick-or-Treat! Partner game, Fall Matchups, Nine printables, Sweet Numbers, Number Mats 1-10, The Candy Jar Game, Fall Classification, Scrappy Clip Cards, Count and draw booklet, What comes next? [Clip cards to 10], Shapes in the environment Bingo, Number sort Fall –Count and Write booklet.
How Many Ways? – Back to School Edition is an open-ended, math bulletin board that's perfect computation practice for ANY elementary classroom. Challenge critical thinking & fluency to determine how many ways to reach the target number. The task is similar to Boogle(TM) for numbers, it's easily differentiated! Post the operation symbols & target number you choose. #kindergarten #1stgrade #2ndgrade #3rdgrade #4thgrade #5thgrade #MathEnrichment #computation #basicoperations #mathcenters