Cut and Paste Number Order
Have your students cut apart the numbers and glue them in order on a separate piece of paper.
Count and Cirle
(You count......and circle)
Count and Write
(You count......and, you get it.)
Base Ten Cut and Paste
I am excited about this page. Not only do students get handwriting practice, but they will be practicing base ten on a weekly basis.
Count the dots and write, or draw the dots.
(Keeps those little minds busy.)
I usually add one poster a week. I am a very visual person and too much visual is distracting for me. However, teachers I work with put them all up at once as a reference. Your choice!
Just a little added bonus, for those of you who do not already have number play-doh mats. Kinders LOVE play-doh and this is a fun way to work on ten frames and number association. You can also put them in sheet protectors for dry erase fun.
Kindergarten Counting is a system I have been using for years and it really builds on previous number knowledge throughout the year. It is all Common Core aligned and give students a firm understanding of number sense when combined with Rote Counting.
I hope you enjoy!