OCT
30
2012

Free Number Graph Worksheets

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  Hello fellow teachers! Today I made some super cute Number Graph worksheets for the Teeny Tot! These sheets are super cute and they work on number recognition, word recognition as well as counting skills! Directions: ~ Print pages 3-22 on copy paper ~ Have students add 1 sticker per square for each number as indicated. (I’ve added light gray dots to help preschoolers know which boxes to add their stickers to…see below for a blank version…i.e. no dots!)   Alternate Ideas: 1. Color in the correct amount of squares 2. Place any manipulative of your choice in each square, i.e. goldfish, cheerios, beads, rocks, shells, etc. 3. Laminate and have students write an “o” or “x” in each box using dry-erase markers. 4. Place sheets in page protectors and have students write an “o” or “x” in each box using dry-erase markers.   --> Download the Number Graph Worksheets here! <-- (If you’re having trouble downloading the file, RIGHT click on the above download link, … [Read more...]

JUL
02
2012

Kindergarten Number Order Puzzles

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Welcome! I have another fun Kindergarten Printable for you today.  I had a request to take my Number Order Puzzles and kick them up a notch, so I did! Introducing the new and improved Kindergarten Number Order Puzzles!   --> Download the Kindergarten Number Order Puzzles  <-- (Downloading: If you have troubles downloading, RIGHT click on the download link and select “SAVE LINK AS”. You will then be prompted to save the file to your computer.) What’s included in the download? These puzzles practice number order, counting, and recognition skills for numbers 1-100. I also added in puzzles to help work on skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s. The puzzles include counting 2-50, 5-50, and 10-200. How do you use these fun puzzles? I suggest printing them on cardstock, then laminating for durability. Next cut out each number strip vertically along the lines to separate the numbers strips. Next mix up the number strips and have your student practice putting the … [Read more...]

JUN
18
2012

Kindergarten Calendar Worksheets

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Good morning to all you kindergarten teachers out there! I have another fun free kindergarten printable worksheet for you today! To help Tinker Bell with her number writing practice, I created some blank printable seasonal calendar worksheets. --> Click here to download the Kindergarten Monthly Calendar Worksheets <-- (Downloading: If you have troubles downloading, RIGHT click on the download link and select “SAVE LINK AS”. You will then be prompted to save the file to your computer.) I only show a few calendars above, but this download includes 17 different calendar choices!  While I am located in the United States, I know I have several international followers as well so I created calendar themes that will fit the needs of everyone no matter your location. (Or at least I tried to anyway! Let me know if you need a different image and I’ll try to accommodate.)   How do you use the Monthly Calendar Printables? Each month I pick a new Calendar based on … [Read more...]

JUN
11
2012

Kindergarten Number Mazes

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Hi everyone, I have some new fun kindergarten number recognition and counting worksheets to share with you today! I’ve been working with Tinker Bell on skip counting, as well as higher level counting and I wanted a fun way to do that. So what better thing than some fun number maze worksheets!   --> Download the Kindergarten Number Maze Worksheets <-- What is included? There are 7 different maze sheets included: Skip Counting by 2s: 2-50 Skip Counting by 5s: 5-100 Skip Counting by 10s: 10-200 Counting by 1s: 1-30 Counting by 1s:  30-50 Counting by 1s: 50-80 Counting by 1s: 80-100 There are a lot of different ways to use these sheets, here are a few ideas to help you get started: Use highlighters or markers to color each square Laminate and use dry-erase markers to complete the maze (Mazes can then be re-used) Use with do-a-dot markers Place sheet on a magnetic board and use pom-pom magnets, or colorful button magnets … [Read more...]

MAY
20
2012

Kindergarten Number Writing Worksheets

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Hi everyone! Instead of a giveaway this week, I wanted to do a fun freebie for all those awesome kindergarten students out there! It’s been a little while since I’ve added to my K4 curriculum, but I wanted to make a new set of Number Writing Worksheets to help Tinker Bell learn her number words, as well as practice number writing, and recognition. --> Download the Number Writing Worksheets Vol. 2 <-- (If you’re having trouble downloading, RIGHT click the download link and select “Save File As”. You will be prompted to save it to your computer.)   For the Number Writing Worksheets Vol. 2, I wanted more of a challenge for my kindergartner. The download includes worksheets for numbers 0 (zero) through 20 (twenty). Here is an up-close of one of the worksheets. Each one includes number writing practice, then writing the number on your own, practicing the number word, writing the word on your own, and finally a number hunt for that number.   How do I … [Read more...]

SEP
28
2011

Magnetic Color Cubes: Color By Number

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I bought this set of Magnetic Mosaics by Orb Factory last year and it’s remained to be a favorite in our house. I love this game because for one it’s re-usable, unlike the sticky mosaics. Two, it’s great for number and color recognition, dexterity, and one-to-one correspondence. And three, its just plain fun!   There are several different themes you can choose from and each set comes with a magnetic board, a stand, colored magnetic cubes, and several different pattern cards to guide your design. Since I have 4 kiddos here, I had to come up with a couple other magnetic surfaces for them to work on.   My only complaint is how thin the pattern cards are, it’s a very thin paper material that can rip easily. I would love to take it and get them laminated, but the magnets aren’t very strong, so I’m not sure if that would work or not. So for now, my kids are just instructed to be careful with the patterns.   This game is similar to the wooden Magnetic Color Cubes. … [Read more...]

MAY
30
2011

K4 Curriculum ~ Number Order Puzzles 1-50

Hi everyone, I’m excited to share some new Number Order Puzzles with you. They’re part of my K4 Expansion Pack! (Don’t worry, if you purchased the expansion pack, they are already in there!) --> Click here to download the Number Order Puzzles <-- To play: Cut apart puzzles along lines. Use number order to arrange pieces and complete puzzle. Puzzles go from 1-50 to help with number recognition and order. Click here to see my other K4 Curriculum Activities! These activities are part of my K4 level expansion to my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities! Hope you enjoy! … [Read more...]

MAR
24
2011

K4 Curriculum: Beginning Math Skills

Hi everyone! I have some more fun K4 curriculum add-ons for you today! They’re Beginning Math Skills worksheets. For this set, I wanted to keep it simple and give them a choice for the answer. I plan to use them like the Clothes Pin Number Cards, they can count the objects and then place a clothes pin on the correct answer. You could also laminate or put in page protectors then use a dry erase marker to circle the answer. I did numbers 1-10, adding 1,2, and 3 to each. Click here to see my other K4 Curriculum Activities! These activities are part of my K4 level expansion to my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities! Hope you enjoy! … [Read more...]

FEB
02
2011

K4 Curriculum: Missing Letters and Numbers

As you know, I’m adding new activities to my K4 Preschool Curriculum. I’ve created these fun missing letters and missing numbers activities. The number activities are great for number recognition, counting skills, and logical thinking. The letter activities work on alphabetical order along with uppercase and lowercase letter recognition. Simply read the set of numbers (or letters) to your student and then have them either say or write the missing number (or letter) in the blank spot. The downloads also include letter and number tiles if you prefer that over writing in the missing items. The Missing Letters activities include capital and lowercase A-Z worksheets. The Missing Numbers activities include numbers 1-20. Click here to download: Missing Letters Activities Missing Numbers ActivitiesThese activities are part of my K4 level expansion to my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities. The K4 curriculum isn’t quite finished yet, so until I … [Read more...]

JAN
17
2011

Lakeshore Learning Review: Numbers Folder Games

I’m so excited to review a product for Lakeshore Learning! They are hands down one of my FAVORITE companies and I spend WAY too much money when I go into their store! If' you’ve been reading my blog for more than, oh say 1 day, you should know that my primary goal in life is to find things that make learning more fun! Suffice it to say, I’m clearly a visual learner, and gosh darn-it I intend to turn my kids into one as well! With that, I present the highly colorful, and utterly cute Numbers & Counting Folder Games: What were our thoughts? Right off the bat I have to say that I absolutely LOVE the colorful file folder box that this comes in. I’m all about neat and tidy, and this is a sturdy cardboard holder for the games that holds everything nicely in it’s place. Once I got past the shiny new box {uhem…} we started in on the games. I love the cute little pieces for each set. The game boards are thick and durable, while at the same time colorful and super cute! The kids loved … [Read more...]