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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.
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.
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.
Create a clock with moveable hands for students to manipulate and use when learning to tell time!
- Clock faces
- Clock hands
This will be a perfect addition to your classroom activities! Create a fun, themed differentiated Math activity (or center) using this unit because I have provided 3 different types of pattern mats to accommodate different learning levels:
- Color patterns with lines
- BW patterns with lines
- BW outline only patterns