Do you teach coin counting and like freebies? Yes. Then, I’ve got you covered with this frog themed math center. Your kids will practice counting coins up to $1 by matching the coin cards with the correct coin values.
Bringing a seasonal touch to your classroom materials keeps things fresh and fun. This spring theme unit is designed to accommodate a range of ability levels. This set of 6 center resources uses a spring theme to review several k-2 Common Core State Standards...... • Doubles Facts Match Up (Adding doubles facts) • Double Trouble (Skip counting by 2s) • Roll a Problem (Writing addition word problems) • Number Comparison (Comparing numbers) • Fact Family Flowers (Addition & subtraction)
What is a scientist? What do scientists do? What’s the scientific method? ... Kids have so many questions about science. Exploring the basics of what scientists do, types of scientists, and the scientific method is a perfect way to introduce kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students to science. This mini-book makes teaching the basics of science easy by providing an overview of scientists, scientific tools, & the scientific process in one book. Plus, there's an experiment too!
Teaching kindergarten and first grade students the skills needed for identifying, sorting, and counting money can be challenging. Your kids will have fun matching the coins with their values in this fun center or small group activity. It focuses on pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Grab this free printable game and add it to your lesson activities.