In this math activity, students practice completing the counting sequence for the three trains and then design their own coloring for them.
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A Very Long Train - Counting by 10's to Numbers Greater than 100!
Youngsters view a "train" of 153 cars and are asked to come up with a strategy to determine how many cars are in it. They build a train with cars ccmposed of 10 blocks each, and skip count to 150. Finally, learners work together to...
K - 1st Math
Math-Literature Connection: Counting with Jack the Builder
Connect literature (Jack the Builder) with mathematical concepts. In a series of computation, geometry and number sense activities, pupils count on to add, count back to subtract, build cylinders, cones, and rectangular prisms, and name...
K - 2nd Math
Train Skip Counting: Count by 10s
Counting by 10s if fun. Assist your Autistic or special needs pupils by building strong number sense. They will count by 10s, fill in the missing 10s, then complete a 10s train all on their own. This is a well scaffolded worksheet,...
1st - 6th Special Education & Programs