Help reinforce counting forwards, backwards and by 10's, with these sweet gingerbread puzzles.
These 3 puzzles will help your students count from 1 to 10, backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip count by 10's to 100. Set this up as a center with laminated pieces, or run off copies for students to cut and glue to the number grids. You can also mix up all 3 puzzles and make a puzzle flip booklet.
Instead of doing just turkey stuff, add variety to your November lessons, with some cornucopia craftivities.
This packet will help reinforce numbers 1 through 6, subsidizing, recognition, simple addition/subtraction, greater and less than + sequencing in fun ways.
Reinforce the 2D flat shapes as well as shape words with this fun game. Students take turns spinning. Whatever shape they land on, they color or bingo dot the matching shaped spider on their web. A set of shapely spiders and their shape words are included in this packet.
Cover lots of Common Core State Standards with this Numb Skull math packet. Wonderful for your fall Halloween activities, or when you're studying about bones, or include with your pirate theme.
Cover math on Columbus Day with these number activities. Print, laminate and trim into puzzles, or run off for each student to have a trace and write booklet. Numbers go from 0-120, as well as pages for skip counting by 3's and 10's.
14 different number strip puzzles with a Columbus theme. Each set includes counting from 1-10, counting backwards from 10 to 1 and skip counting by 10's to 100. Print, laminate and trim. Keep each puzzle in its own Baggie. These make a nice independent math center, or run them off and give each child a choice of one to cut and put on their own template, to later take home to further reinforce number sequencing. Choose 3 or 4 and make a puzzle "Flip & Find" booklet.
Review counting by 1's, skip counting by 10's, and counting backwards from 10-1 with these "strip puzzles". You can print, laminate and trim and use them as a math center or to play "Speed" games. Have students make their own and turn it into a lovely piece of art. Run off on construction paper. Children cut the puzzle strips, sequence them in the proper order and then glue them to a black sheet of construction paper. Completed projects make a wonderful fall bulletin board. This activity will be FREE for an entire year (!) after which time it will be up-dated and placed in my TpT shop: Apple and Pumpkin Number Puzzles.