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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

End of the year goodies for Math Tubs

I have worked on a couple things that I thought you might like to have as we close out the year. First, here is a a dot board for making numbers in the twenties, it is just like the one I made for the teens. The children simply fill in the ten frames with the correct number. I put these in sleeves and just use a dray erase marker.
And I also have something more for the beginning of the year, some puzzles using squares or tiles. These are a good introduction to spatial relations before you introduce pattern blocks. Enjoy!


  1. Wow! Love your blog and am now following. You have some awesome ideas. Thanks for sharing!

    Ann :)

  2. Thank you! I made the blog mainly for my coworkers. They were always wanting to know what I was doing. :). I love teaching math!

    1. Love reading through all of your posts. My goal is to start implementing guided math next year as we move from half day to full day kindergarten. When you mention having something in Dropbox, is that something we can access or just your colleagues?

  3. I couldn't get google docs to work for a while, but if you will tell me what you would like (that I mentioned in dropbox ) I will try to get it to you!

  4. Thank you so much for your response. I have been at the National Kindergarten Conference in Las Vegas. Were you there? I was interested in the games from your 10/3/11 post: Mr. Mouse, Jack Be Nimble, Count to Game and the Printing #/Say # poems activity. You are so awesome to share your ideas! Thank you!!