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Kindergarten Math

Kindergarten Math

Dino Count is a great resource for Kindergarten students. Pack is full of counting colorful dinosaurs. Meets Common Core Standards. The pack includes Kindergarten Math counting, adding and taking away. Includes "What is the pattern". Also includes Dinosaur number cards with prompts and without prompts. Counting cards and pattern cards are great for laminating. (44 pages)
CoyLearning
6 Shape Glasses

6 Shape Glasses

Printable Shapes Glasses. Learn the shapes in a fun new way! Shapes included: Star, Oval, Rectangle, Square, Triangle and Heart. The PDF includes: - 6 Pairs of shape glasses in Color - 12 Arms - 6 Flash Cards in Color - 6 Small labels for extra matching activities - 6 Pairs of shape glasses in Black and White - 12 Arms - 6 Flash Cards in Black and White - 6 Small labels for extra matching activities Materials: You will need to cut out the glasses and adhere the arms. I recommend lamination or printing on card stock paper for years of use! Standard Print Size: 8.5x11 I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow my store, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page!
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Halloween Patterns ~ Cut & Paste The Pictures to Extend Patterns

Halloween Patterns ~ Cut & Paste The Pictures to Extend Patterns

This cut & paste Halloween-themed printable was designed to give students practice extending simple patterns. Students extend picture sequences consisting of AB, ABB, ABC, and ABCD patterns. Simply cut out each picture at the bottom and glue into place. Use this activity during small group meetings, math centers, or while working one-on-one with students. It also works great as an assessment! 1 page + cover & credits page = 3 pages total.
vlrynn
Dice Printables, Activities & Worksheets for Centers ~ Roll, Count, Add & Write!

Dice Printables, Activities & Worksheets for Centers ~ Roll, Count, Add & Write!

These printable dice activities can be used as morning work, busy bags, early finishers, assessments, and family engagement activities! The following dice activities, activities, worksheets, and games are included: Count & Trace ~ Count the dots on each dice & trace the number below. Counting Dots on Dice ~ Students roll & count the dots, then write the number below. Drawing Dots on Dice ~Students roll the dice & draw the dots on the blank dice template. A write-the-number-below version is included. Roll & Write ~ Roll a dice. Draw what you rolled on the blank dice. Count & write the number of dots on the line below. Roll And Tally ~ Students roll the dice and add a tally mark next to the dice with that number. They continue to roll and tally for a time specified by the teacher. As a homework activity, they can find and circle the number that got rolled the most. Adding 2 Dice ~ Students add two dice together to find the sum. Adding Double Dice ~ Students add together double numbers, like a pair of ones, twos, threes, etc. Roll and Add ~ Roll 2 dice. Show what you rolled by drawing dots on the squares. Add the dots on both dice and write the sum. Roll, Add & Write The Numbers ~ Roll 2 dice. Show what you rolled by drawing dots on the squares and writing the numbers on the lines below. Add together and write the sum. Yahtzee ~ A fun dice game that kids can play at math centers. Students take turns rolling the dice and counting the dots. Then, they write their initials on the score card. When the score card is filled in, the person with their initials written next to the most numbers wins! Dice Patterns ~ Cut and paste the dice to complete each pattern. Matching Dice & Numbers ~ Draw a line to match the numbers with the dice. Matching Numbers & Dice ~ Draw a line to match the dice with the numbers. Roll & Trace ~ Roll the dice, then trace the numbers. Paper Dice ~ Cut along the lines and fold to make your own pair of paper dice! Make Your Own Dice ~ Draw or write on the squares, then cut & fold to make your own dice! Dice Bingo ~ Roll a dice. Place a bingo chip on your board over the same number that was rolled. Keep rolling until someone places five chips in a row and shouts BINGO! For two or more players. Roll & Write ~ Roll the dice, then copy the sight words in the appropriate column. Greater Than, Less than, or Equal to ~ Circle the greater than, less than, or equal to sign. Laminate the worksheets and have kids write on them with a dry erase to save paper 30 dice worksheets + cover and credits pages = 32 pages total.
vlrynn
Shapes Worksheets Bundle, Search & Find, Color & Trace, Shape Posters & More!

Shapes Worksheets Bundle, Search & Find, Color & Trace, Shape Posters & More!

This shape worksheet bundle includes activities that can be used for math centers, busy bags, morning work and early finishers to reinforce early geometry concepts & shape recognition! The following shape worksheets are included in this pack: Learning About Shapes: Students color & trace each shape & shape word, color a picture, & apply their knowledge by drawing a picture of an object with the same shape. Worksheets included for the following shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, heart, and diamond. Shape Mini-Book: A printable easy reader with shapes for kids to color. Matching Shapes & Names: Draw a line to match each shape with it's name. Matching Shapes & Objects: Draw a line to match each shape with an object of a similar shape. Order Shapes by Size: Cut out the shapes, then arrange in order from smallest to largest. Color The Shapes: Students color each shape a different color. Trace The Shapes: Students trace each shape as well as the name of each shape. Shape Search & Find Coloring Pages: Color the pictures and try to find all the shapes. Shape Patterns: Students cut out the shapes and glue them in place to complete each pattern. Count The Shapes: Count the shapes in each box. Write the number on the line below. Shape Symmetry: Draw the other half of each shape. Find The Circles: Find and color the circles. Find The Squares: Find and color the squares. Find The Triangles: Find and color the triangles. Find The Rectangles: Find and color the rectangles. Find The Ovals: Find and color the ovals. Find The Hearts: Find and color the hearts. Find The Pentagons: Find and color the pentagons. Find The Stars: Find and color the stars. Shape Sort: Cut out the shapes at the bottom and sort them into piles according to shape. Shape Yahtzee Score Cards & Paper Shape Dice: A fun dice game that kids can play at math centers. Cut the Yahtzee score sheets page in half, down the dotted line. Kids get into groups of 2 to play. Give one score sheet to each group. Students take turns rolling the shape dice included and write their name if they are the first to roll a shape. The person with their name next to the most shapes wins! Shape Posters: Showing the shapes, circle, star, rectangle, square, triangle, heart, oval, & star. Shape Bookmarks: Kids color the shapes and laminate to create their own bookmarks! Laminate the worksheets and have students write on them with a dry erase to save paper! 41 worksheets + cover & credits page = 43 pages total.
vlrynn
Fall Preschool Learning Activities

Fall Preschool Learning Activities

A fun bundle of activities, lessons, crafts and games for the Fall! Each week is complete with a suggested layout, materials needed, instructions, extensions and age adjustments. This book will work for ages 6 months through 6 years of age, in home school setting as well as in a preschool classroom. Multiple children of various ages can complete these lessons together, which easily fits into a Montessori approach. The 17 page lesson and activity booklet for autumn covers: Fine/gross motor Whole Body movement Numbers Simple math Shapes Patterns Colors Crafts Cooking Fall activities, fall lessons, back to school, preschool, fall crafts, fall math, Total Pages 17
GracieRae
Learning Mathematics Through Play

Learning Mathematics Through Play

A set of three professional learning PowerPoints with full teacher notes and the Assessment Tracking for Individual students to enable you to plan and track student foundational learning in mathematics in a learner friendly environment.
wilkieway
Developing Mathematics Thinking Through Play

Developing Mathematics Thinking Through Play

A professional development PowerPoint to assist teachers to focus on developing students mathematical thinking through students play based activities. Play on its own does not develop the thinking - it requires adult intervention to develop language and advance student thinking. Mathematical thinking is creative, strategic, logical and critical - all essential for problem solving in the real world - so start with the students real world.
wilkieway
Back to School Maths, English and New Class Activity Bundle (Primary)

Back to School Maths, English and New Class Activity Bundle (Primary)

Another bundle of popular resources, which are ideal for a relaxing first week back in school with your new class. The lessons and activities are best suited for KS2, but can also be adapted to younger children. Included: *2 fully resourced creative writing lessons: 10 things in a book character's pocket and short story writing. *A set of worksheets connected to 2x, 5x and 10x tables. *A pack of E-safety games, puzzles and activities. *A mixed pack of 'back to school' lessons and activities, covering maths, English and 'all about me'. Please see the Goldtopfox shop for other useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
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Morning Maths Meeting for one week

Morning Maths Meeting for one week

A power point containing 58 slides for 5 days morning maths meeting. Each day we have 5 minutes as part of our maths lesson to review and consolidate learning. This is an example of my maths meeting for a Reception class in April / May and I modify these each week. Easy to add and change activities.
PAULCARRUTHERS