## Friday, September 21, 2012

### MORE Printing numbers

Printing, Identifying, and making numbers will continue to be my focus.  Here are some activities I will be doing this upcoming week.  I always include MORE than just my six tables, but that allows for me to change out a station that the students are getting bored with or that may not challenge them.

I found this a while ago, I believe on TPT, but I can't find it now, a cute game and they match numbers to a ten frame set.
I was hoping with the Google Drive update, I would be able to turn a picture, but not yet, so sorry about the sideway pictures. :)  Anyway, this is Roll a Number.  The students roll a number and write it starting at the bottom and form a graph of the frequency of rolled numbers.  In this center I can monitor how the children are forming their numbers and I can reinforce graphing concepts.

A simple little mat with a number, the students just show the set with a manipulative.
I found this on Heidi Songs website, they cost, but the numbers go through 30 and the students really love doing this.
I found this somewhere, I can not take credit for it.  I remember it was with a little old lady roll and cover up games.  Here is a scanned copy of this game. BUMP is the name and it takes two players with two sticks of ten unifix cubes and die with the numbers 1-6 (bought these at a craft store) The children roll a number and cover that number.  The second child rolls a number and uses a different color cube to cover his/her number.  Back to the first friends turn, if they roll the number the friend covered up, they can BUMP them off, if they roll the same number that already has their piece on, they can attach another and "lock" that number as their own.  The person with the most unifix cubes on the board is the winner.
This is an old Math Their Way activity.  It is several numbers dotted on a card.  The children trace over with a dry erase marker.  It would be easy to make and just laminate.  I have found a magic eraser is much easier to clean the boards.
This game was a favorite of mine last year.  I found it on TPT for teen numbers.  I made my own 20-30 game, and now I made the 0-10 game.  I can't wait to try it with the kids!
And here is another quick game I found on Heidi song blog.  I usually start this with only number 0-5.  I have the students place those numbers in order and then match the set to the number.  I will add additional numbers as the students are ready.
This is just a great game I will keep handy when I have a parent helper in the room.  It is called Shape Adventure and I bought it from Carson Dellosa.
That should do it for the week!  Here is the link a good SMART board lesson I will use this week.  It is simple, but a great independent one.

Until next week . . . . . . .

1. Hi Deeann, the gingerbread game is mine I believe. You can find it here: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Math-and-Literacy-Christmas-Gameboards I am really glad that you liked it. My kids love doing it!
Donna

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3. Can you scan the gingerbread ten frames ... those are soo cute....

4. "This game was a favorite of mine last year. I found it on TPT for teen numbers. I made my own 20-30 game, and now I made the 0-10 game. I can't wait to try it with the kids!"

Do you know where I can find the teens and 20-30 version of this?

1. I would like this version as well!

5. Where can I find the teen number cover and match ten-frame game?

"This game was a favorite of mine last year. I found it on TPT for teen numbers. I made my own 20-30 game, and now I made the 0-10 game. I can't wait to try it with the kids!"