Since back-to-school is right around the corner, I wanted to think about my lessons plans. I think one of the toughest things is having engaging activities for the students to complete while you are assessing other students. Something that they can do independently, but still slightly challenging and maybe a little time consuming.
The first unit in math covers number sense, comparing numbers, and number words. Most of my students come in knowing their number words to twenty, but I always have a few that do need extra practice in this area. I have a hard time fitting in handwriting lessons the first few weeks. Students (and parents) think it's silly to practice writing numbers.
But I have to disagree! In October, when I can't read your child's answer to an addition problem it is a problem.
I created this interactive booklet to help students practice writing numbers, number words and using ten frames.
For 0 - 10, students color, trace and write the number and number word.
For 11 - 20, students fill in ten frames to represent the number as well as tracing and writing the number and number word.
The books are easy to put together. There are two booklets per page.
Cut down the middle and staple!
I made a sample one to show my students.
Can't wait to use these in my classroom this year! Be sure to check out Neat Numbers in my TPT store!