Covers Math Common Core Standards for Kindergarten and First Grade – Understanding Numbers and Operations in Base Ten – Students will represent a number of objects with a numeral.
Each card displays a school bus with the windows in the shape of a tens frame. Faces are showing in the windows. As cards are flashed students write or say the number of faces they see on the bus.
Includes 26 large demonstration cards that can be flashed to a group of students and they write the corresponding number.
Also includes 26 smaller cards that can be used at a math center or as a game. Shuffle and divide cards. One child flashes a card and if the partner gets the correct number he/she keeps the card. If the number is incorrect the card goes to the bottom of the first child’s pile. Take turns flashing cards. Play until all cards have been correctly identified.
Goals of the lesson Goal/Common Core Standard:
Understanding Numbers and Operations in Base Ten – Students will represent a number of objects with a numeral.
Bonus!! Recording sheet for students to write answers as an independent counting activity.
This is a super fun card game that can be used to reinforce Spanish letter recognition. Great for intervention groups or centers.
Goals of the lesson
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the Spanish alphabet.
This version of the game includes the Spanish Alphabet. It also includes the original Kat and Squirrel (and Parrot) story. And the bonus Soup ABC order worksheet. Cut out the soup cans and glue them in ABC order in Squirrel’s cupboard. ABCs pronunciation sheet.
This is an awesome game I use to help teach spatial patterns and subitizing while working on structuring numbers with my first-grade math intervention group. They love it! This is the 1-6 version. The 7-12 version will be coming soon.
Goals of the lesson
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a
rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a
number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals
and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Gary Chapman, PhD and Ross Campbell, MD have written some awesome books about the 5 Love Languages. If you’ve never read them – do it. And visit their website, www.5lovelanguages.com to find out your primary love language. Their advice is eye-opening and sooooo helpful when trying to show your appreciation to others.
In their books they state that everyone has a primary way that they like to give and receive love and appreciation.
The five love languages they describe are:
Words of Affirmation – this language is all about using kind and encouraging words – frequently.
Acts of Service – people in this group see a helping hand as a sign of affection.
Receiving Gifts – for these people gifts are proof that you think about them and that you care.
Love Language Posters
Quality Time – this language requires giving others your full and undivided attention. Be present.
Physical Touch – closeness and touch help this group to feel a connection to you.
Figuring out the primary love languages of the people you care about will help you build strong relationships. And the teacher-student relationship is of utmost importance when it comes to learning.