Winter Counting will help your students practice number order, counting, and numeral recognition for numbers 1-20 and 1-30.
Winter Before and After Numbers 1-20 are twenty interactive task cards. Students attach colorful winter cap number cards, which have hook and loop tape on the backs, to the task cards. A counting to 30 poster of numbered caps, 3 fill in the blank worksheets and one blank template are provided for more practice and differentiation.
Winter Missing Numbers 1-30 are thirty interactive task cards. Students attach numeral cards, which have hook and loop tape on the backs, to the colorful winter cap task cards. Three fill in the blank worksheets, three cut and glue worksheets and two blank templates are provided for more practice and differentiation.
Winter Caps Numeral Cards 1-30 are a set of playing cards numbered from 1-30 These can be used for memory/concentration games, matching to small manipulatives such as winter-themed erasers and toys. Four Roll and Color worksheets are provided for more practice. Two dice and assorted crayons are needed to play.
Winter Counting activities are a great addition to your math centers. Easy assembly – print, cut, and laminate for durability. Directions for interactive use with hook and loop tape are included in the file.
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An experienced teacher of 30+ years, I'm pleased to be here among so many talented teacherpreneurs. For the past 12 years I have taught 3 to 5 year-olds in a Developmental Preschool classroom in an IL public school. Previously I taught general education students in grades 2, 4, 6, and 8. I've also taught students in special education classrooms (self-contained and resource) in grades K-3; 6-8; and high school.
For me, learning is all about making connections to our everyday lives. For the little ones, everything we do has a connection because the world of reading, writing, counting, computing is unfolding each and every day. For the older kids, my favorite question to answer was, "What's this got to do with my life?"
I'm a big picture sort of person by nature, but being a special education teacher has allowed me to hone my skills of task analysis. Enticing kids into stories and activities is my goal - make it fun and include movement! My job as a teacher of little ones with developmental delays permits me to be creative every day.