Saturday, September 24, 2011

Number Recognition Practice

 Here's a fun Halloween center that I created for my Kinder kiddos to practice number recognition, ordering numbers and writing numbers 1-20.
The students will sort these pumpkins in number order
They can use this number chart for guidance
After they've sorted the pumpkins, they will practice writing their numbers
 
Traceable numbers font can be found {here}

UPDATE!!
I found another traceable font that has more "kid-friendly" numbers to trace. Download the document again to get the new page!
Traceable number font found {here}!

I love the way Katie at Little Warriors differentiated her centers so that all of her students were successful, but also challenged, so I created another follow up sheet where the students only trace the first and last number
Graphics and Fonts by Lettering Delights




Miss Kindergarten

BTW, I had several students call 15 "five-teen" today. I think they're on to something!
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28 comments:

  1. Thanks so much. Halloween is coming up so fast!

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  2. Thanks for sharing. I love these activities and the pumpkins. So happy fall is here!
    http://mskerriandherkrazykindergarten.blogspot.com/

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  3. Thanks so much for all that you share! You are really helping this first year Kindergarten teacher out with some really cute things for her kiddos!

    Amanda

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  4. Thank you for sharing! It is precious!

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  5. Thanks so much! You keep on rockin' girl!!

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  6. Really cute I just wish the 4 was not the triangle four since that's not how we teach kinders to write it. I'm going to try to figure out a way to change that number for the students.

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  7. I know Mrs. Polston! Teachers should make fonts too! Maybe just whiteout the lines on the 4's and redraw them before making copies. I also think its good for the kids to be exposed to the different ways numbers are written because they'll see them all the time anyway.

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  8. Love this for my math centers! Thank you so much for sharing! :)
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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  9. Thank you so much for the cute freebie! I love it! :o)

    Jennifer

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  10. Your blog has inspired me and for that I have given you the "I heart your blog" award. Thanks for all you're wonderful ideas and activities!!!

    kindergarten days

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    Ana
    www.ingles360.blogspot.com

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  12. Your blog has inspired me and for that I have given you the "I heart your blog" award. Thanks for all you're wonderful ideas and activities!!!

    Rachelle
    http://sweetkindergarten.blogspot.com

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  13. I love this! Thank you so much for sharing this!

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  14. Thanks! My little ones will love this!

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  15. Wow! What an awesome freebie! I was looking for the 'purchase' button and then I realized it was free! You are too sweet!
    Tessa
    Spotlight on Kindergarten

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  16. I love this! Thanks so much for sharing, I'm your newest follower!


    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  17. So this year is going to be very interesting for me... I am teaching writing and math only to 2 different kinder classes with 33 kiddos in each. I have my hands full to say the least! So happy you posted this! What a big help! Thanks.

    A Day in the Life of a 2nd Grade Teacher

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  18. Thank you so much for sharing!! Great resources for number practice :)

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  19. OMG! This Halloween themed center is adorable :) I am totally stealing it to use it along with a few online math games for kindergarten that I am using this week! Hope that your kiddos enjoy and get their numbers straight.
    --Best, K.B

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  20. Thanks for the wonderful activity packet!

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  21. So cute, Thanks! I shared your post on my facebook page.. https://www.facebook.com/PinkPolkaDotsandPreK

    Jenn
    pinkpolkadotsandprek.blogspot.com

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  22. Thanks for sharing! I just became a follower! What a cute activity I can add to my pumpkin units!

    Please check out my blog too!
    kindergartenkidsatplay.blogspot.com

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  23. I love pumpkins too. My comment is about "fiveteen". My kinder son has mild speech and language issues. When he started rote counting past ten, he said twelve, twelve and one more, twelve and two more, fiveteen... or twelve, the number after twelve, two numbers after twelve. He was later able to explain that he can't hear the difference between thirteen and fourteen because th and f sound the same to him and ir and or are so close. He originally did the same with fifteen - he heard v instead of f and wondered why I said it wrong. Now he'll revert back and say three-teen and fourteen. I'm with him - it makes sense. :)
    Jenn

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