Sunday, October 30, 2016

Markdown Monday Linky Party! (October 31st - November 6th)

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These exploration cards include numerals 1-10 with matching sets of spiders. We like to give cooperative groups of children these cards with no explanation beforehand. They are given time to talk and predict what we might be learning about today. They are encouraged to use their math talk. 


This is a fun game for the children to play after discussing how to match a numeral to a set. We like for the children to play the game in pairs, but it also works well with three children if you have an odd number of students. First, each child is asked to line up their web numerals in order starting with zero from left to right. 


Next, the children will put one or two sets of the spiders in the middle face down. Each spider has a set of colored dots. Children will count the dots to determine how many.

After they know how many are in the set of dots they will find the numeral web that matches and turn it over. If you only put one set of spiders in the middle, put the spider card back and play continues. If you put two sets of spiders in the middle have the child that drew the card keep it. If they draw a card that matches a web they have already turned over, they loose a turn. The object of the game is to turn over all of your numerals first. 

There are many ways in which you can use these materials. The children can work in groups to match a numeral to a set by paring up the cards. You can also put these cards into your math center for children to use during their center time.

We have included four assessments to meet the needs of your students. This is a wonderful addition for any teacher. This way you can assess the children based on their level of understanding.
Which Web is For Me?
This is a great assessment for one-to-one counting as well as numeral identification. The children will count the number of dots that are shown on the spider and then pick the web with the matching numeral. This will be the web for that spider!
Spinning Sets
This assessment is great for one-to-one counting as well as numeral writing. Children will count the dots on each spider and then write the numeral to match. We encourage our children to use their number line if they need help identifying the numeral or if they need to use a model to write the numeral correctly.
Spider Sets 0-10
Children will count the dots on each spider. They will find the correct numeral out the ones given and cut it out. They will then glue it next to the spider with the matching number of dots.
Spider Sets 11-20
This assessment is similar to the one above. It assesses numerals 11-20. 


Sunday, October 23, 2016

Markdown Monday Linky Party! (October 24th - 30th)

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Bat Loves to Spell is a great center for your children to practice CVC words. We have included 20 different words and 2 different recording sheets for you to use. 

Children will first look at the picture on the bat's body:
The medial sound is included on the bat's body as well. Children will isolate the beginning and ending sounds and then find the correct bat's wings to finish spelling the word. 

Our children love this center! Especially the adorable clipart!

 We have also included two recording sheets. Children are to find the picture that matches the picture on their completed bat and write the word next to it. On one recording sheet the children will write the whole word. On the other they would write only the beginning and ending letter. You can choose the one that fits your needs the best!


Thanks for visiting us today! We hope you enjoy this bat CVC center. Have a wonderful week!

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Markdown Monday Linky Party! (October 17th - 23rd)

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Included in this fun and engaging pack are three literacy centers and three math centers. These adorable witches are just perfect to help your young learners during centers.  

Children will look at the picture on each witch's dress. They will say the name out loud. They will then match the hat that has a word that rhymes with the one on her dress.

Children will look at the picture that is on each witch's hat. They will then clap, snap, or tap the word to determine how many syllables are in each word. They will then put the witch on the broom that has the correct number of syllables.
In this activity, children will read each sentence and find the witch it matches to. There are various sentences included. You can combine all or leave only the ones that meet the needs of your students.

Children will count the number of dots on the witches hat. They will then match it to the witch that has the matching number on her dress.

Also included (not not pictured) are a non-standard measurement center and a center for visual discrimination to find similarities and differences among pictures of witches.


We hope your children find these centers to be engaging at this time of the year!

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Markdown Monday Linky Party! (October 10th - 16th)

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Counting on Candy Corn includes math materials for teaching addition with sums up to 10. This activity uses ten frames with pictures to enhance children's understanding of addition. We have included materials for modeling, cooperative group practice, individual assessments, and a follow-up center activity. We have also included different levels of materials for finding sums, writing the whole equation, and finding the missing addend. Read on to get a look into this fun and engaging activity using the very adorable candy corn clipart from Scrappin' Doodles.

Children will look at the candy corn shown on the ten frame to find the sum of the equation provided. Children can use a dry erase marker to write the answer.


These ten frames show two different sets of candy corn dressed up and ready for Halloween. Children are to write the equation that matches the picture shown. 

Here the children need to figure out the missing addend in the equation. You can use counters, candy corn erasers, real candy corn, or anything else you have available for the children to use to help them accomplish this task. They will fill the missing addend with a dry erase marker. 

You can use these cards in so many different ways. You can differentiate your groups by giving one group the finding sums cards, while another group uses the writing equations cards, and one group has the missing addend cards. You could also give each group a sampling of each of the cards in order to practice all of the ways shown.
We have included three different assessments for you to use to meet the needs of your students. Each one is two pages which we copy back to back. You can use them to check for understanding, for reteaching in a small group setting, or even for homework!




We like to use real candy corn while making different combinations to make a sum. The children love the added bonus of getting to eat them when we are done! You can also use candy corn erasers, counters, or anything else you would like to use! We have included two different ten frame mats for you to choose from and a recording sheet too.

The first mat is your basic ten frame. Children can use this mat to count objects, make sets, add with sets of ten or less, or anything else you choose. 

The second mat includes a place for the children to write the equation with a dry eraser marker after they have been laminated. 

The next ten frame can act as an assessment or recording sheet. The children can use the ten frame on the paper to build their equations and then record them in the spaces provided below.


Our children love this center! 
Children will match the top and middle sections of the candy corn by placing the correct numeral over the set shown. They will then add to solve each equation. We have included a recording sheet also. Children will record the equation next to the picture that matches their completed card. 


We hope you enjoy our Counting On Candy Corn activities!
Thanks for visiting and have a great week!

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