Friday, December 28, 2012

Counting and Cardinality Winter Edition


In my last post, I talked about how I pace the Common Core into "chunks" of comprehensible teaching and learning.  I provided this example of what the strand looks like over the course of the school year.

Math time usually consists of: calendar and math routines, whole group math lesson/workbook, and math work stations.

Today, I am going to share some math routines that I will use to teach this standard.  To begin with, students will practice writing their numbers daily using a dry erase board and marker; a nice transition after recess.  I like to use music whenever possible.  So, I plan to use this oldie but goodie as well as this hip-hop diddy to teach numbers to 20 during calendar.  Afterwards, we will continue to work on subitizing numbers using dot cards from this fabulous blog.  I will also introduce I Have. Who Has?  I love this book and used it a lot in when I taught first grade. Unfortunately, it is a little too difficult for my kindergarten students.


I created this I Have. Who Has? winter Edition card game to play with my students.
Graphics From the Pond and fonts from Kindergarten Works

I think my students will absolutely adore this.  I also like that I can control which cards I give students based on their strengths and weaknesses.  Most of my students can count to 10 and beyond but I have a few who need additional practice as well as some who need help with "oneteen" also known as eleven.  Get your copy here.

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6 comments:

  1. Thank you! I love the videos. Youtube is blocked at our school and I haven't figured out how to get around it. Any ideas?

    Amy
    Mello’s Memos

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  2. Thank you for these! Love your blog!

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  3. You know, it's the simple things like that (practicing numbers daily) that I need to start doing with my ones. Thanks!
    Barbara
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

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