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Crossing the Finish Line! {Teen Numbers} Common Core Math. Students will build on with a base of ten, identify, compare, write equations and represent teen numbers! Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade. $

Crossing the Finish Line! {Teen Numbers} Common Core Math. Students will build on with a base of ten, identify, compare, write equations and represent teen numbers! Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade. $

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Adding Fun

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Adding Fun

Would be great as a laminated anchor chart so it can be written on with a dry erase marker and changed as needed without taking up the whole classroom for every number!

Would be great as a laminated anchor chart so it can be written on with a dry erase marker and changed as needed without taking up the whole classroom for every number!

Love this hands-on approach to teaching addition up to 10!  Make a 10 frame on the floor using painter's tape.  Illustrate making 10 using students.  Gets them up and moving and they can visually see how many students make 10!

Love this hands-on approach to teaching addition up to 10! Make a 10 frame on the floor using painter's tape. Illustrate making 10 using students. Gets them up and moving and they can visually see how many students make 10!

Mathematics NumberSense SeatWork Centers.   This is a super cute (themed, too!) way to sequence numbers and develop number sense with Kindergarteners.

Mathematics NumberSense SeatWork Centers. This is a super cute (themed, too!) way to sequence numbers and develop number sense with Kindergarteners.

FREEBIE: The common core standard K.NBT is for students to work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value. This can be tricky for kids who are just learning to count one to one objects. I suggest practicing this with real objects like unifix cubes and doing a lot of hands on modeling before giving students these practice sheets from Teacher Laura.

FREEBIE: The common core standard K.NBT is for students to work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value. This can be tricky for kids who are just learning to count one to one objects. I suggest practicing this with real objects like unifix cubes and doing a lot of hands on modeling before giving students these practice sheets from Teacher Laura.