# NUMBER SENSE

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Identifying, creating and ordering numbers to 20, composing numbers, decomposing number, skip-counting, addition and subtraction.

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A great addition to a math corner for preschool or kindergarten, these printable Magna-Tile idea cards introduce numbers to kids.

November 2019

A Pinch of Kinder - October 2019 - A simple number sense centre that works on number identification and formation! Roll, Say, Find and Trace/Cover!

{FREE} A Pinch of Kinder - October 2019 - Simple number sense centre for the beginning of the year. Read the number and stack that many cubes in the box!

A Pinch of Kinder - October 2019 - My kids LOVED this, especially the boys! Road numbers! Trace the number and then cover all of the circles that show that number with a flat marble. A simple + engaging math centre for Kindergarten!

A Pinch of Kinder - October 2019 - A simple but engaging math centre that words on 1:1 correspondence and fine motor development!

Here are some of the things we have been up to this month! 1. ALPHABET STAMPING I wanted a recording sheet for the kids to practice using alphabet stamps with so I quickly made these up and they were a big hit with our class! I was asked by many people to share the recording sheet so you can it is now uploaded on TPT as part of my "Anytime Alphabet Stamping Sheets" pack! Click here or on the image below if you are interested in grabbing them: Some people also asked about the stamps and the…

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Counting and Addition Activity Tray Math Game

Hi friends! Today's post is super short, but I wanted to share a freebie with you (that you can use tomorrow!) so I decided to still post! 1. SPRING BEGINNING SOUNDS One area of need for many of my kiddos is identifying beginning sounds in words and paying attention to beginning sounds when reading emergent texts, so I made this centre up to encourage them to practice this skill! Students look at the card, say the word, identify the beginning sound, look for the letter in the black beans and…

Hi friends! Today's post is super short, but I wanted to share a freebie with you (that you can use tomorrow!) so I decided to still post! 1. SPRING BEGINNING SOUNDS One area of need for many of my kiddos is identifying beginning sounds in words and paying attention to beginning sounds when reading emergent texts, so I made this centre up to encourage them to practice this skill! Students look at the card, say the word, identify the beginning sound, look for the letter in the black beans and…

Hi friends! Today's post is super short, but I wanted to share a freebie with you (that you can use tomorrow!) so I decided to still post! 1. SPRING BEGINNING SOUNDS One area of need for many of my kiddos is identifying beginning sounds in words and paying attention to beginning sounds when reading emergent texts, so I made this centre up to encourage them to practice this skill! Students look at the card, say the word, identify the beginning sound, look for the letter in the black beans and…

Hi friends! It feels like forever since my last weekly round-up post! Here is what we have been up to in our classroom! Scroll to the bottom for the freebie! 1. NUMBER SENSE LOOSE PARTS TRAY I switched up my math loose parts tray and the kids ate it up this week! They are obsessed with gems, so I think the rhinestones helped. In the tray I put magnetic numbers, dominos, rhinestones and blocks with the words and, make (for composing numbers), numbers with dots (for extra support) and +, - and…

Hi friends! It feels like forever since my last weekly round-up post! Here is what we have been up to in our classroom! Scroll to the bottom for the freebie! 1. NUMBER SENSE LOOSE PARTS TRAY I switched up my math loose parts tray and the kids ate it up this week! They are obsessed with gems, so I think the rhinestones helped. In the tray I put magnetic numbers, dominos, rhinestones and blocks with the words and, make (for composing numbers), numbers with dots (for extra support) and +, - and…

Hi friends! It feels like forever since my last weekly round-up post! Here is what we have been up to in our classroom! Scroll to the bottom for the freebie! 1. NUMBER SENSE LOOSE PARTS TRAY I switched up my math loose parts tray and the kids ate it up this week! They are obsessed with gems, so I think the rhinestones helped. In the tray I put magnetic numbers, dominos, rhinestones and blocks with the words and, make (for composing numbers), numbers with dots (for extra support) and +, - and…