Kindergarten math wall
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Quick and Easy Surveys - Math Coach's Corner
The idea of Quick Surveys comes from the book Minilessons for Math Practice, Grades K-2. Graphs are great tools for exploring many number concepts: addition, subtraction, counting, comparison (greater than, less than, equal), and when they are based on student interests, they make math more engaging. I can’t take credit for the graphing method shown …
Winter Question of the Day Graphing Questions
Question of the day for winter! Perfect for preschool, kindergarten and first grade. Use for attendance, morning meeting, graphing and more. #ClassroomRoutines #Preschool #Kindergarten #!uestionsOfTheDay #PrimaryDelight
Number Poem - Handwriting Without Tears Style
This is a poem I made for my students to read and practice writing their numbers in the Handwriting Without Tears style. I model each number on the board one at a time while saying the rhyme and then have my students practice by using their fingers to draw on the palm of their hand.
Telling Time Song for Kindergarten and First Grade
We are working on telling time in first grade and I wanted to share this cute song in case anyone else is teaching time right now. This is another one of those songs that I have known forever but that I don't know the origins of- if it's yours let me know! We've been singing…
All About 2D Shapes!
We finally wrapped up our 2D shapes unit. I have a few 2D shapes freebies for you so come by my blog to check out each of these activities in more detail. Take your kindergarten students on a shape hunt around the classroom. Print this free activity sheet and students carry it around on a clipboard as …