Practice telling time to the nearest hour, quarter hour, or half hour by matching 32 analog and digital clock dominoes.
Use addition and skip counting skills to count coins with a customizable money game.
Use this set of 16 brightly colored 2D shapes with your geometry lessons.
Practice reading analog clocks with this set of differentiated worksheets.
Complete each hundreds chart by putting the missing numbered pieces into place to play a game of Snakes and Ladders.
Practice identifying US coins and bills with an interactive memory match game.
Practice ordering American coins from least to greatest with this cut and paste activity.
Use a range of addition and subtraction strategies to solve twenty single-digit word problems.
Practice identifying the front and backside of dimes when given a collection of coins.
Use skip counting and addition skills to determine the number of dimes needed for a given amount.
Practice identifying the front and backside of quarters when given a collection of coins.
Practice identifying shapes and colors with this one-page worksheet.
Unlock place value understanding with this bulletin board for back-to-school that can remain on the wall all year long!
Use these money posters to teach your students about coin recognition and value.
Practice identifying the front and backside of nickels when given a collection of coins.
Identify quarters, nickels, dimes, and pennies by coloring each picture according to a color guide.
Use counting and addition skills to determine the number of pennies needed for a given amount.
Use skip counting and addition skills to determine the number of quarters needed for a given amount.
Practice identifying the front and backside of pennies when given a collection of coins.
Use skip counting and addition skills to determine the number of nickels needed for a given amount.
Bring on the day’s lessons with math and English activities that get students excited about learning.
Practice coin recognition and value with this 4-activity slide deck introducing penny, nickel, dime, and quarter images and denominations.
Students match analog and digital clock times on their game board to tell the time in 30 minute and hour increments.
Identify the time on the analog clock and use a clothespin to mark the correct digital time.
Measure familiar objects using our lucky clover in this St Patrick’s Day math activity!
A cut and paste activity for young students exploring shapes and patterns with the female programmer, Ada Lovelace.
A set of 40 matching cards to explore the number combinations of 20.
Count to 100 while fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills with this set of 11 task cards.
Match cards with three different representations of time to practice reading clocks and time in their written form.
Practice counting to 100 by 1’s with upper and lowercase alphabet cards and our 100 chart.
Practice identifying numbers within 100 with this set of 44 number cards and hundred chart.
Practice counting to 100 by 1's with this interactive hundreds chart board game for multiple players.