Hope Walker

Hope Walker

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ALICE'S DRESSER BENCH - Grillo DesignsGrillo Designs

ALICE'S DRESSER BENCH - Grillo DesignsGrillo Designs

FREEBIE! DR. SEUSS MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLES

FREEBIE! DR. SEUSS MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLES

Opinion writing in kindergarten. Which zoo animal would you like to bring home? K.W.1 Free printable!

Opinion writing in kindergarten. Which zoo animal would you like to bring home? K.W.1 Free printable!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxjylOkfka4ecUhONU45RkFid2M/edit?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxjylOkfka4ecUhONU45RkFid2M/edit?usp=sharing

Davy Crockett's Story and Printout; preK-5; language learning center

Davy Crockett's Story and Printout; preK-5; language learning center

Kindergarten Math Centers and Number Talks

Kindergarten Math Centers and Number Talks

Kindergarten ideas - Number talks in Kindergarten. Ways to develop a stronger number sense in our young learners!

Kindergarten ideas - Number talks in Kindergarten. Ways to develop a stronger number sense in our young learners!

Pick a number 10-20. Practice dotting it, writing it, tally it, draw a picture adding to that number, color in the correct squares, and circle it on a number line. Great for kindergarten - 2nd grade.

Pick a number 10-20. Practice dotting it, writing it, tally it, draw a picture adding to that number, color in the correct squares, and circle it on a number line. Great for kindergarten - 2nd grade.

numbers  to 5  Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: counting

numbers to 5 Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: counting

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: When the Leaf Blew InI placed leaves in our counting jar this week. I found this large sparkly leaves at Walmart.   This idea came from Investigations. Students count how many objects are in the counting jar. Then they make a set of the same number using another object. Then they record how many were in the set they counted and made on a post it. This student made his own set by stacking cubes into a tower. Then he drew a picture of 9 things on a post-it.

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: When the Leaf Blew InI placed leaves in our counting jar this week. I found this large sparkly leaves at Walmart. This idea came from Investigations. Students count how many objects are in the counting jar. Then they make a set of the same number using another object. Then they record how many were in the set they counted and made on a post it. This student made his own set by stacking cubes into a tower. Then he drew a picture of 9 things on a post-it.