Keeping with the scope and sequence of skills I have designed file folder activities for the numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 so far. Each target number activity contains the following:
- Number Mats - Which can be used as playdoh mats, children can drive matchbox cars along the path of the numbers, or they can use dry erase markers to trace the number.
- Number Pattern Blocks - There are number pattern block mats and pattern blocks to print.
- Sort the Number by Color.
- Sort the Number by Size.
- Number Puzzles
- Number Work Mats- Each number work mat contains cards with the numeral, its name, ten frames, and corresponding number of objects representing the target number.
- Can You Find the Number…? Children can find and circle the target number out of a grid of numbers.
- The number line enables children to see the number in numerical order. The activity encourages the children to write the missing number using the number line as a visual guide.
- NEW in Six is Half a Dozen: Can You Find the Pattern?
|All About the Lonely Number 1 Activity Pack Sample|
Download>> All About the Lonely Number 1 Activity Pack
|Two is a Pair Activity Pack Sample|
Download>> Two is a Pair Activity Pack
Download >> Three is a Trio Activity Pack
|Four is a Quad Activity Pack Sample|
Download >> Four is a Quad Activity Pack
|Five is a Pentagon Activity Pack Sample|
|Six is Half a Dozen Activity Pack Sample|
Download >> Six is Half a Dozen Activity Pack
Stay tuned for more updates to include All About the Numbers 7, 8, 9, and 10.
~ Catherine : )