What's your number? {would be good for place value!} {and any other skill! :) }

"Guess the Number" Kids ask questions like "is the number greater/less than___?", "is the number between ___ and___?", "is the number in the tens place___?", "is the number to guess the selected number.

All about a number anchor chart

This would be good to put in a journal also or add to calendar time on the smartboard! Number anchor chart- possibly make as signs with dry erase option- laminate. Good for beginning of the year because its easier

Good for numeral recognition

Number matching - could use colored sticker dots (fine motor) or use crayon/marker/bingo marker to match. Could match sight words too.

Fractions on a Number Line anchor chart

Fractions on a Number Line anchor chart. I'm really liking anchor charts as a tool!

Nine simple math tricks you’ll wish you had always known - Why didn’t they teach us these in school?

1 : Multiplying large numbers in your head it is the best way now you can change the way you multiply . 2 : The best way to learn the nine …

100's chart missing numbers

Students fill in missing numbers on chart. Then write numbers to 100 on the back. There is also a chart for students to use as a reso.

lets talk about numbers

Pinning so I remember waht I want to do with my magnetic Scrabble tiles. Math center made with oil drip pan. Think I would add money to it too. Velcro to back of shelf.

Help students develop their number recognition skills with these fun printables! No prep required - just print and use. Students can circle the featured number or use highlighters, bingo daubers, or transparent counters to mark them as they are located.  Numbers 1 to 20 plus fun extras!

Number Recognition

Help students develop their number recognition skills with these fun printables! No prep required - just print and use. Students can circle the featured number or use highlighters, bingo daubers, or transparent counters to mark them as they are located.

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