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Interactive Math Notebook for Kindergarten - 197 pages!
This math notebook is completely hands-on and interactive. Each chapter in this interactive math journal includes a divider for the standard that is covered in the chapter, a hands-on activity for students to put in their math notebooks, and at least one page that you can use as an assessment or as a worksheet for additional practice. In addition, each chapter has a page of graphics that your students can color, cut out, and paste into their math notebooks. There are also pictures of children using this notebook to give you ideas about how to set up your Common Core math notebooks.
All Common Core Math standards for kindergarten are covered in this book.
Topics covered: Counting Counting from a Given Number Writing Numbers Numbers and Quantities How Many? Comparing Objects Comparing Numbers Representing Addition and Subtraction Adding and Subtracting Decompose Numbers Making Ten Adding and Subtracting Within 5 Compose and Decompose Numbers from 11-19 Describing Objects Comparing Objects Categories of Objects Describing Objects in the World Naming Shapes 2-D and 3-D Shapes Comparing Shapes Modeling Shapes Creating Shapes from Shapes
Make sure to look at the preview for more details about this fun and interactive way to teach math in your classroom!
All graphics are originals and created by myself.
Thanks for visiting my store, Yvonne Crawford
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About the Seller
I homeschooled my own children for seven years which was one of the most rewarding things I have done. I also taught at both the elementary and high school levels. I also taught English as a Second Language for several years at schools in France, Hungary, and Slovakia.
I like to engage students and find creative ways for students to have fun while they are learning. I definitely encourage students to use their creativity and dare to be wrong and try new things in their pursuit of knowledge.