7 pages. Number puzzles are a quick, easy and fun way for children to practice sequencing numbers from 1-10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, and skip counting by 10s to 100.
These 100 Day puzzles are a quick, easy and fun way to help students count and sequence numbers 1-10, count backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip count by 10s to 100.
Choose one of these Christmas countdown activities, or give your students a choice. These craftivities are wonderful fine motor practice. Scissor "snipping" helps strengthen children's finger muscles. They'll enjoy counting down to Christmas day as they "trim" the tree or Santa's beard.
This packet includes a variety of quick, easy and interesting ways for your kiddos to countdown to Christmas. Counting down is a great way to help your students practice counting backwards, as well as visually be able to "see" the passage of time, which is a rather abstract concept for young children.
Sliders are a quick, easy and fun way to whole group assess a variety of standards. I've included 5 different Thanksgiving-themed slider patterns, with slider strips for: upper and lowercase letters, numbers to 30, skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's, & 10's, as well as counting backwards from 10-0 and 20-0, along with a shape slider too.
Are you looking for a few activities to plug in on Halloween party day, but still want to cover some standards? Then I think you'll enjoy this ghost-themed packet.
Help reinforce number sequencing from 1-10, counting backwards from 10-1 and skip counting by 10's to 100, with these number puzzles. These puzzles will be FREE for an entire year (!) After which time they will be up-dated and put in my whopping 53-page Fire Safety Number Puzzles packet.
Click on the link to zip on over. In addition to making 52 puzzles, I've added skip counting by 2s.
Here's a cat craftivity that's a great review of all sorts of standards, and is purr-fect for your Pete the Cat theme. There are 4 different cats to choose from. You can run them off on blue construction paper (for a Pete the Cat one) and have students trim, or run them off on white construction paper and have students color their cat.