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Number Sense Anchor Charts for Little Learners BUNDLE (1-20)
Little Bird Kindergarten: Number Sense Anchor Charts for Little Learners
Compatible Numbers Anchor Chart - Golden Acres ES
Early finishers, math centers, collaborative work, and tasks for gifted learners: Each activity includes the use of the Common Core Mathematical Practices and the Texas TEKS Process Standards. Students will be thinking, reasoning, and using number sense! There are seven all new challenges. Each challenge is at a different level so that you can differentiate.
A Twist on the 100s Chart | What I Have Learned - Do you use 100s charts in your room? How do you help students "cross a ten"? Here's one way.
This math game involves matching up the different forms commonly used to represent the numbers 1 – 10.  Each number has six task cards: The actual number, a ten fame, dots, hash marks, the word form of the number, and clip art representing the number.  It’s a great game to use during math centers or to play scoot.  A tally sheet is included.  Buy once and they can be reused over and over.  This set aligns with Common Core State Standards K.CC.5, K.CC.7, and K.MD.3 homeschoolers
Numbers 0-20 - ten frames, tallies, fingers, dice, dominoes and more!
Great way to build number sense and encourage math conversations.
Miss Giraffe's Class: Building Number Sense in First Grade
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