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Telling time is an important Math skill to learn in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades. This math unit will give you everything you need to teach this skill! This resource includes:
– 5 Posters
– 84 Student Pages (See detailed description below)
– Answer Keys
Teaching students how to identify even and odd numbers? Here is a set of 12 posters (6 different sets of 2) that will be a great addition to your classroom decor.
Teaching students to identify penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar and golden dollar will be easy with these posters. One poster is just a little smaller with the title ‘Coins’ and the other is larger with no title. Each poster will give the coin name, the value, the color and high quality images of the front and back of each.
This Math resource includes counters and ten frames designed to help students develop number sense knowledge. May be used for counting, base ten understanding and skip counting! Colorful and butterfly themed. Simply print, laminate and cut out individual cards to use again and again.
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Numbers and Number Words 1 to 120 | Butterfly Themed Cards – This Math resource includes number cards with from and designed to help students develop number sense knowledge. Students can use to count, sort, match and more.
Math Counters and Ten Frames | Butterfly Themed – This Math resource includes counters and ten frames designed to help students develop number sense knowledge. May be used for counting, base ten understanding and skip counting!
Create a COLORFUL and FUN, tiger-themed bulletin board to use in interacting with your students on a daily basis!
Help your students learn to count by 10 to 100 with these visual math posters! Includes two counting by 10s poster sets, (one b/w and one color). Each poster has a 100s chart, the number being studied, the 10s column shaded and the number (that is being studied) circled on the 100s chart. Why two sets? Use the color set to create a colorful bulletin board or use in a Math center. Use the b/w set if you’d like to give each student a copy of their own to use, take home, etc.!
Teaching money? Here are printable coin templates (pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters) to help kids learn to identify each coin! Templates include both front and back of each coin.
See suggested uses in description below.
Create an interactive bulletin board for your students to help them learn calendar and time based math skills on a daily basis! This resource has a cute bear theme and is perfect if you want to implement an animal or bear theme within your classroom.
- * What is today, tomorrow, yesterday?
- * Months of the year
- * Days of the week
- * 2 Clocks
- * Number of the day
- * Number of days in school
- * Days of the month
- * Even, Odd cards
- * Class roster
There are 3 different posters – Each of the Hundreds Chart / Square with a cute animal theme.
This Math resource includes number cards with from and designed to help students develop number sense knowledge. Students can use to count, sort, match and more. Colorful and butterfly themed. Simply print, laminate and cut out individual cards to use again and again.
Need to add numbers higher than 120? I’ve included a complete set of blank templates so all you’ll need to do is add the numbers and number words.
Teaching money skills? Help students learn to count money through this fun playing store activity!
– price tag printouts
– money templates (penny, nickel, dime, quarter, $1 bill)
– activity instructions
This resource provides 7 different Spring-themed images for students to use as patterns for their pattern blocks. All images are given in both color and b/w. (See description below for more information)
How do Pattern Blocks help students? As their name suggests, pattern blocks are used to create, identify, and extend patterns. Students use the many relationships among the pieces to explore fractions, angles, transformations, patterning, symmetry, and measurement! One fun activity for younger students to do with pattern blocks is to create pictures with them.
Here are 9 colorful Math posters to help students learn to skip count! As a bonus, each poster will tell students if the numbers are even, odd or both.
This resource of Math Classroom Posters provides 22 posters! Posters are centered around…Measurement, Time and Fractions. This resource was designed for 1st-3rd grade classrooms.
See description below for suggested uses.
By the end of Kindergarten, students should be able to count and write numbers from 1 to 20. Help Kindergarten students master identifying and counting numbers 1-20 with these cute, fish themed Math posters, center activities and worksheets!
Also, 1st graders will LOVE reinforcing their learning with these fish-themed materials at the beginning of the year!
(with numbers 1-50 PLUS blank cards to add more numbers). In this Math resource, each card comes complete with a large frog and one number. I also include frogs with blanks so that larger numbers or math symbols can be added! Great for , , , , , …
These cute frog cards are colorful and students will love using them!
Create a clock with moveable hands for students to manipulate and use when learning to tell time!
- Clock faces
- Clock hands
Give students a quick reference guide with their very own ‘Personal Math Reference Mini-Book‘! This 8 page mini book provides visual references for common…
- – Symbols and terms
- – Skip counting
- – Number Words
- – Roman Numerals
- – Telling time
- – Shapes
- – Money
Each page also provides space for students to add their own references as they expand their knowledge!
Level: 1st-2nd Grades
Help students memorize addition facts using these 90 easy addition flashcards for early learners. Includes all combinations of adding numbers 0-12. With this resource, you can create self-checking cards (folding each set to display the problem on one side and the answer on the other) or you can create separate cards for matching problems with the correct solutions.