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Modern Kindergarten: Classroom Decorations

Modern Kindergarten: Classroom Decorations

Some Classroom Photos - Miss Kindergarten

Some Classroom Photos - Miss Kindergarten

classroom collective • Posts Tagged ‘Behaviour’

classroom collective • Posts Tagged ‘Behaviour’

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Take home folders # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Free!  Activities for the Number 1

Free! Activities for the Number 1

123 Manía: actividades de matemática para imprimir, resolver y colorear - Betiana 1 - Álbuns da web do Picasa

123 Manía: actividades de matemática para imprimir, resolver y colorear - Betiana 1 - Álbuns da web do Picasa

Are you looking for some great activities for teaching letter recognition? Help your students master uppercase and lowercase letters with this activity packet. Kids practice identifying letters with 3 engaging worksheets and 2 fun center activities. Great

Are you looking for some great activities for teaching letter recognition? Help your students master uppercase and lowercase letters with this activity packet. Kids practice identifying letters with 3 engaging worksheets and 2 fun center activities. Great

Decomposing Numbers!

Decomposing Numbers!

Free Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers 1-6.

Free Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers 1-6.

Ten frame toss! This is a fun game to practice decomposing the number ten. To play, students shake and spill a cup of ten two-color counters onto the table. They place them in the ten frame and fill in the recording sheet using bingo markers (or crayons). Finally, they write the equation.

Ten frame toss! This is a fun game to practice decomposing the number ten. To play, students shake and spill a cup of ten two-color counters onto the table. They place them in the ten frame and fill in the recording sheet using bingo markers (or crayons). Finally, they write the equation.