With report cards coming up and new standards to teach, this time of year can be a bit stressful. I apologize for not getting anything out sooner for November, but my computer was not working from home for the last few weeks. I have not had time to create as many activities as I would like, but here are the ones I finished up just in time:
Here is a November number ordering activity that will help your students struggling with pausing on the decade numbers (30, 40, 50, ) when counting. Make sure you read the instructions because I did not order the numbers from 1-120. There are 7 different ordering activities.
Here are two I have who has number identification games. Struggling students in our first grade are having difficulty with identifying those tricky teen numbers so I thought this may help.
I have been working hard on fact families in my classroom, but I have not done any formal or informal assessment to check their understanding. I decided to use this turkey pattern and write the fact families in the belly of the turkey and then have the students write number sentences as many ways as possible. All year we have been looking at different representations of number sentences so I wanted to see if they could apply the concept yet.
|Another assessment with a different fact family|
Have a Wonderful Weekend!