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Fall Number Sense Math Centers

Fall Number Sense Math CentersThis pack includes eight different number sense centers. Four of them are in color. The other four are in black and white (to be

Number Correspondence Baseball Game, number and dot matching

This is a super fun baseball math number correspondence game. Students count the number of dots in the baseball and find the matching number on the baseball glove. After number 9, all of the baseballs have 10 dots in the middle section so teachers can teach counting starting from 10 (base 10). This comes in black and white and colored.

December Preschool Worksheets

Preschool Worksheets for December - Christmas Tree dot to dot.

Number Mats 0-20 Ocean

These easy to prepare full-color number mats, 0-20, with an ocean theme, are designed to develop skills in number recognition, number formation, counting quantities, and cardinality. They are perfect for use as either an intervention or resource activity or as an independent math center. The numbers have green, yellow, and red dots along with arrows to guide correct formation. $ PreK-K

The mitten count the room (numbers 1-10)

Who doesn't love count the room activities? This hands-on fun pack, containing 10 task cards, is an ideal activity to accompany the book 'The Mitten' by Jan Brett. Print, cut out the cards and laminate for durability. Hang around the room. Children have to go round the room carrying a recording sheet, find the cards with the matching pictures and count the dots in each frame; and finally write the numbers under each picture on their recording sheet.

Subitizing

This file contains the most basic Kindergarten math skill. Counting of course! Lots of "cut and paste" activity sheets. Counting, subitizing, numeral recognition, and number identification. $