# Explore Center Numbers, Numbers 10 and more!

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Build____ take away ____ What is the difference? Cards made specifically for numbers 10-20. Students build the number, subtract an amount then r...

This is also a good worksheet students can do in our unit that deals with map scales to help the students sort of make real life examples on how we use map scales in the real world. It also helps students practice with units and what unit is practical with what amount of distance. PP

With this assignment, students can practice their understanding on multiple topics that are a part of motion. Calculating speed? Got it! Identify and describe direction and displacement? Got it! Graphing changes in motion using direction and time? Got it!

"Build it Subtraction Center numbers 10-20" is an awesome math center activity. It gives students the opportunity to physically build a number whi...

Save ink and time with this fourth month of number of the day morning work for kindergartners or special needs kiddos. Clean lines and traceable numbers and words make this perfect for students in kindergarten or those with special needs. This complete package should be everything you need for one month of math morning work.

Head back to school and start the year off right for your kindergarteners or special needs students with this mega math bundle of centers and morning work from Autism Adventures. This bundle will be updated every month as I complete another month of morning work. Buy now and you can download the updated versions for free!

This exciting project is "Common Core Aligned" for Math and ELA. This unit takes an intriguing look at bridges. Students become classroom engineers! They will be involved with a WebQuest, research, building a model, measurement of angles and finding the area of triangles. The Physics of Bridges is Intriguing! \$3.00

As teachers, we know that graphing is really important to know how to do in a science class; this worksheet helps the students see that graphing is important for scientific investigation. I created this graphing worksheet to help my students practice their graphing skills in a science setting. It includes collecting a small amount of survey-type data as well as graphing olympics data.

Earth Day Favorites- Math, Literacy, and More! This is a MUST HAVE! This is a week long unit for Earth Day. Your students will be engaged and love...

This traditional I have/ Who has game incorporates the use of sight words in a fun and meaningful way! The teacher gives each student a card (or tw...

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