We found 684 resources with the concept number sense
Counting and Cardinality
Pre-K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
Counting and cardinality are key to building basic number sense in young mathematicians. Beginning with writing numbers to 10, the collection is organized so that each resource directly relates to, or builds upon, the previous one. Learners are able to count and write numbers all the way to 120 before learning how to skip count by 2s, 3s, 5s, and 10s. These skills all help build basic number sense in order to add and subtract. The collection includes helpful math tools, such as ten frames, hundred charts, and dot cards, that prove valuable in reinforcing these skills.
Mathematical Thinking: Crash Course Statistics #2
11 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What is the probability that someone will draw the same lottery numbers two times in a row? Very small, but it can—and has—happened! Statisticians often work with very large or small numbers. The second lesson in a statistics playlist...
Math Stars: a Problem-Solving Newsletter Grade 7
6th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
Put on your thinking caps because middle school math has never been more interesting in this huge resource full of thought provoking questions. Written as a newsletter, the resource has 10 two-page newsletters with a variety of...
Performance-Based Assessment Practice Test (Grade 5 Math)
5th CCSS: Designed
Follow your class's progress with the Common Core standards using this practice math assessment. Offering a combination of both multiple choice and free response questions that require children to enter their own numerical solutions,...
Performance-Based Assessment Practice Test (Grade 3 Math)
3rd CCSS: Designed
Put the knowledge of your third grade mathematicians to the test with this practice Common Core assessment. Offering a change from typical standardized math tests, 3rd graders are asked to answer not only multiple choice questions but...
Ten-Frames – A Games Approach to Number Sense
K - 3rd CCSS: Adaptable
"How can you help students visualize numbers in a way that is compatible with our base-ten number system?" The answer is simple: use ten-frames. Whether they're being used as a part of classroom routines or as instructional tools, this...