1-2-3 Come Tell Time With Me
Do you have an apple theme going on in the fall? Is studying time to the hour or half hour one of your standards? If your answer is "Yes!" then I think you'll find these apple-themed time cards useful.
Use them to teach/review digital and analog time to the hour and half hour.
This FREE packet includes 2 assessments, plus a black and white template and cover, so children can make their own "Itty Bitty" booklet.
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Thanks for stopping by. Like yesterday, today is a hot "dog-day" in July. My grandchildren are coming, so it's time to get ready for the pool.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend, filled with lots of giggles, snuggles and love-filled moments.
1-2-3 Come Do Some More Mitten-Themed Activities With Me
Friday I featured activities to go with Jan Brett's story The Mitten. (Scroll down for that article.) Today I want to highlight a few more popular mitten FREEBIES. These all have to do with Common Core math standards.
If you're doing things with 10 frames, and want a winter theme, click on the link for the mitten 10 frames packet. (I use them for +1 more, addition, & subtraction.)
Are you working on skip counting with your students? Since mittens come in pairs, I thought it would be fun to do some activities to practice skip counting by 2's and use a mitten theme.
Challenge your students to make up a list of other things that come in pairs.
To assist with this, the packet includes a list of 38 items that are found in pairs, as well as some trace and write worksheets, What's Missing? worksheets, a bookmark and a certificate of praise.
Click on the link for the Skip Counting By Twos Mitten packet.
Is telling time part of your math block?
The mitten-themed time card packet includes digital, as well as analog time to the hour and half hour.
Use them as flashcards, pocket chart cards or for a January bulletin board. So that students can play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games, make a few extra sets. You can also cut them up to make puzzles and play even more games (Like Kaboom, which is included.)
If you're practicing place value with your students, then I think you'll enjoy this mitten place value craftivity.
It's a "slider" and the packet includes one for each month, plus extras, which are great for assessing, and cover Common Core State Standards: 1.NBT.2a, 1.NBT.2b, 1.NBT.2c, 1.NBT.3, K.NBT.1
A number is given and students move their sliders up and down to make that number. For further reinforcement, have them jot the new number down. With each number given, students tell how many 1s, 10s and 100s there are.
For more CCSS practice, have students compare 2 numbers as greater or less than.
To include some addition and subtraction practice as well, ask children to make the number that is 10 more or 10 less,
Finally, I made a mitten-themed number packet.
Make a few extra sets, so students can play games like Memory Match or I Have; Who Has? You can also cut them up to make puzzles and other games.
Well that's it for today. Thanks for visiting. Time to sort my piles of "idea paper-sketches" and little notes that I jot down for myself. I need to clear up the clutter, so I can get down to the fun business of creating some more winter FREEBIES.
I hope you can pop by tomorrow for the latest. Wishing you a sparkling, stress-free day.
"I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape — the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show." -Andrew Wyeth