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# Kindergarten Math

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My First Interactive MATH Notebook! Just for Kindergarten! This notebook has been a simple, easy addition to my daily math routine this year and provided a great portfolio of student work throughout the year. \$

Dot Markers for dice games!

This printable page allows students the opportuntity to practice creating their own patterns by coloring hearts!! This is a fun way to practice an ...

Kindergarten patterns and counting

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kindergarten pattern worksheets | Cut Paste Worksheets for Kindergarten

Kindergarten Khronicles - stego plate patterns

Pattern Mittens. I like this teacher's recording sheets to go along with her activities. Makes independent work successful. This activity in smaller doses for preschoolers but perfect for Kindergarten!

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Patterning in ice cube trays...LOVE

### Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten

Winter Measurement! Cut out the snowflake ruler to measure each winter picture!

• Great creativity during the winter blahs

Roll a snowman #kinderchat

Roll a Snowman

Touch point math

Winter Theme Counting Cards 1-10 for PreK and Kindergarten

apple craft manipulative

number color recognition

Are you looking for materials to help your students learn about shapes? This unit may be the answer!! This packet includes practice pages, emergent reader little books, shared reading texts, flash cards, student awards, and classroom posters. Practice pages include matching shapes, sorting based on shape, graphing shapes, and identifying shapes by coloring according to a code. \$

PATTERNS - A FUN TWIST ON AN OLD FAVE

Making Learning Fun |  Pete the Cat Number Identify and Stamp

I really wish more teachers would teach this. I never counted on my fingers because i knew this. I still use it. Definitly teaching this to my kids.

Have them trace their hands with a crayon and then discuss how many Froot Loops they think will fill their handprint. Next, they glue them down so that they can count the actual amount to see how close they came. Then they can decide if it was a good estimate and why or why not.

Have the students pick a number. Count that number of sticks. Make a design and recreate it with the same color markers on paper. Love all of the components! Great for creative fine motor practice

### Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: October 2010

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• Great game

Number Combination

Math tub ideas - so many great ideas to use with Common Core :}

• This link goes to a sold domain now- try it

• I tired it, and you're right. It does go to a real estate cooperation

• It's really a shame - looks like it was originally on a great educational idea site that is now for sale /kidsworldexploration I found it on a reverse image google search

apple patterning sheet