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It gives you the world and other objects to show that it has one specific shape even though there are multiple objects. Low cognitive effort.
geoboard picture card ideas! it would be cool to make mini-books out of these that kids could flip through at a station so the cards aren't all over the place.
Download these free winter missing number clip cards for kindergarten (or first grade review). They are a fun, hands-on way to work on number order.
adventuresofastudentteacher: mixedupdays: Mats for independent math flash card practice. It’s funny…you’d think that more kids would “cheat" and put all the cards on green (and some do, for sure) but most first graders are surprisingly strict with themselves. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had students ask to show me the pile of cards that they are still practicing, with great pride. And that’s nothing compared to how proud they are when they get to move a card to yellow or green! This could be adaptable for teaching higher pupils, if you were to give them a list of concepts they were required to understand for the exam and then copy the results into their jotter, so that they know what to work on. Owning their learning and giving themselves goals!
Geometric Attribute War; Attributes of 3-D Figures. Kids will love identifying 3-D geometric attributes (faces, edges, and vertices) with this fun spin on the classic War game. Students use Figure Cards showing the 3-D figures and Battle Cards showing which attribute they are counting (edges, vertices, or faces). $