Writing Numbers Teacher Resources
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Using the provided tracing number worksheet, a pair of kindergartners will practice their adding skills. Player A will roll two die, add the sum, and then trace the sum on the worksheet. Player B will take a turn and do the same. The game will continue until a sum is reached that cannot be claimed because all numbers of that sum are already traced on the worksheet.
K Math CCSS: Designed
Reading and Writing Numbers
Reading and writing numbers is thoroughly covered in this well done slide-show presentation. Learners will see how number and number words correlate in relation to place value. The slide-show is text heavy and could use more visual aids to assist all learners but is highly comprehensive and includes practice problems and good examples.
3rd - 4th Math
Trace the Numbers
Could your kindergartners use a little practice writing numbers 0 to 9? This resource provides both large and small numbers for kids to trace, as well as space for them to write the numbers by themselves. Use this page over and over for extra practice!
Pre-K - 1st Math CCSS: Designed
How Many Spots are on Each Ladybug?
The ever popular ladybug serves as a excellent tool for developing the number sense of young mathematicians on this math learning exercise. Presented with a series of colorful pictures, children practice counting and writing the numbers 1-10 as they begin to explore the concept of addition.
Pre-K - K Math CCSS: Adaptable
Numbers and Counting
Students explore the numbers one through five. Over a three week period, students visit centers in the room to investigate and perform hands-on activities with numbers. They trace numbers, write numbers in shaving cream, count objects, read a counting book, match numbers to pictures, practice writing numbers, etc.
K - 1st Math
Counting Lesson Plan
In whole group practice, children count together and identify how many objects are drawn on butcher paper, increasing the number when they have achieved fluency. In pairs, they count manipulatives. They then copy series of numbers from the board, write numbers for practice, and fill in the blanks with missing numbers.
K - 2nd Math
Read and Write Numbers up to 100,000
Use this lengthy, and challenging, presentation in your lesson on numeracy. Pupils practice their skills in reading and writing numbers up to 100,000, interpret a variety of graphs, solve word problems, and get to use a calculator. A very good presentation that is sure to challenge even your top math whizzes!
7th - 10th Math
Ordering and Counting
Are you in need of a 5-day unit intended to teach little learners how to count to 20? This is a well-structured complete set of lessons which employ a variety of methods to instruct learners about various ways to count from 1 to 20. They plant seeds, string beads, and play games to practice reading, writing, and understanding numbers as labels of quantity.
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Numbers 1 to 20
Practice writing numbers with fun kites. Kindergartners will rise to the highest height as they match the numbers to their correct written forms: 11 to eleven, 14 to fourteen, etc. Use this resource as a class activity or as a review assignment for homework.
Pre-K - 1st Math CCSS: Designed
Counting and Recognition to Five
Young math scribes count, write numbers, and color objects in quantities from 1 to 5. Some objects are grouped in rows which supports reading from left to right (Write a number in the box at the end of the row.). Others are arranged in different formations requiring a less linear approach.
Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts
Models for Dividing Fractions - Grade Six
Fifth and sixth graders use food and candy to help them represent division of fractions and develop algorithms to solve fraction problems. They discuss dividing whole numbers by fractions. Pupils use sticks and chocolate bars to study fractions.
5th - 7th Math CCSS: Adaptable