Number and Math Symbol Mini Flashcards
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Algebraic reasoning. The student applies mathematical process standards to identify the pattern in the number word list. The student is expected to recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number.
A set of 12 skip counting robot strips to help students skip count by 2s, 5s, and 10s.
Forty-five Number and Place Value Goal Labels for lower elementary.
Posters showing numbers going up in tens.
Use these flashcards when learning about numbers and words.
A set of 6 posters showing examples of skip counting.
Use the train and a deck of cards to consolidate students' knowledge of number sequencing.
A collection of number and math symbol flashcards available in a variety of colors.
A fun way to teach students how to sequence numbers up to ten on a 0-10 number grid.
A template for students to use to count out 100 snack items!
A fun and engaging set of 10 Christmas-themed number puzzles to help students skip count in the classroom.
A set of 32 task cards that have students use their knowledge of place value to find specific numbers.
Use this weekly active learning guide to celebrate National Physical Fitness Month in your Kindergarten and Grade 1 classroom.
This mathematics unit addresses a range of 2-digit place value number concepts involving identifying, sequencing, and representing.
A fun match-up pizza activity to practice subitizing.
A fun, hands-on number rhyme activity to help students sequence numbers and count forward and backward from 1–10.
A number matchup activity to practice numbers 1-20.
A bright number chart representing numbers 1-50.
A bright number chart representing numbers 1-20.
Use this matchup activity to help reinforce your students’ knowledge of one-to-one correspondence or subitizing to 10.
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