Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Easy, FUN, & Perfect for Common Core Number Order

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Here is a complete description of how to use these number cards along with an additional FREEBIE of a smaller set of cards for ordering on the carpet or a table top.  CLICK HERE TO SEE THE POST.

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FUN Attendance For ANY Grade:

Here is a fun way to take attendance each morning and get in a little Common Core Math practice.

I attached my number line to the front of this counter.
Students love to place their number on the number line.
How easy is this?

Common Core:

For kindergarten:  Common Core Math:  K.CC.A.1 Count to 100 and K.CC.A.2 Count forward beginning from a given number.

I print out these FREE number cards which have each number from 0-100 framed and underlined so the students know which way is up and which way is down.  

You are going to love the straight 4s and 9s.  :)

Cut out the cards and fold them just above the numerals.

You can print out enough for each child in your class to have one card or you can print out the entire set.  Get yourself a clothesline or a rope and string it along one side of your classroom.  I placed mine in front of a counter.  

I just attached these with those little screws that have circles on the ends.  
I know there's a name for them.  Maybe you can tell me!  :)

Scatter the folded number cards on a table and assign each child a number.  As students enter your class, have them pick up their number card and place it on the clothesline.  Encourage discussion as they problem solve and figure out where their number belongs on the number line.

I placed the zero on the clothes line.
Students 1, 5, and 9 placed their cards on the line.
The other students will have to figure out where their cards go.
Missing cards (the ones still on the table) tell me who is absent!

Here is the 0-100 FREEBIE:

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This blog post on Rekenreks:  
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See you all next month!
Palma :)

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