fact practice idea

Free Kindergarten Printables. Language, Math, Science, and More!

Great ideas for math rotations and an organization system for all the materials. I would label the bins using the alphabet, maybe written on shapes, because I use student numbers for other things.

Could perhaps laminate and use as "placemats" to add a bit of learning during snack time. Laminating would make it easier to sanitize.

Money sorting mat!

Fun Games 4 Learning: Domino Math Games

Practice number sense and counting with Tweet Resource's math and literacy NO PREP printables pack! 50 pages of Fall themed printables for your kindergarten classroom. Your students will enjoy all the fun activities and adorable graphics that have been carefully selected for each page. There are many options for differentiation within this package, and the skills covered tie in perfectly with the common core.

Help students develop their number recognition skills with these fun printables! No prep required - just print and use. Students can circle the featured number or use highlighters, bingo daubers, or transparent counters to mark them as they are located. Numbers 1 to 20 plus fun extras!

The students can manipulate the beads on the bracelet to see the parts that make up a whole number. Now who wants to make me some number beads?!

'Story of' Poster! Common Core way of thinking...taking numbers 'deeper'