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]]>**In this math unit, students will:**

*Organize, represent, and interpret data with multiple categories

*Collect and record data on a picture graph, bar graph and tally chart

*Identify how many are in each category on a graph or chart

*Ask and answer questions about the total number of data points in a graph or chart

*Identify how many more or less are in one category than another

In the First Grade Math Made Fun Unit 9, graphs and data have never been so fun! This unit is loaded with **22 Hands-ON Math Centers** and **56 NO PREP practice pages** to help teach, master and reinforce this very important math concept.

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Look at the tally charts. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the bar graphs. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the picture graphs. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the picture graph. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the bar graph. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the bar graph. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the bar graph. Read the questions. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Count, tally and graph each dog. Then answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Count, tally and graph each farm animal. Then answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Color a game piece to match the spin. Continue spinning until you have a 1st place winner. Then answer the questions.

Spin the spinner. Color a face to match the spin. Continue spinning until you have a 1st place winner. Then answer the questions.

Spin the spinner. Tally a ball to match the spin. Continue spinning until you get up to 10 tallies for a ball. Answer the questions.

Flip a card. Read the question. Refer to the picture graph to find the answer. Record you answer on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Read the question. Refer to the picture graph to find the answer. Record you answer on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Read the question. Refer to the tally chart to find the answer. Record you answer on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Read the question. Refer to the tally chart to find the answer. Record you answer on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Color a unit on the graph to match your spin. Continue spinning until you have a 1st place winner. Tally the results.

Count, tally and graph each fish. Then answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Count, tally and graph each type of candy. Then answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Look at the picture graph. Flip a card and read the statement. Decide if the statement is true or false. Record the answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the bar graph. Flip a card and read the statement. Decide if the statement is true or false. Record the answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the tally chart. Flip a card and read the statement. Decide if the statement is true or false. Record the answers on the recording sheet.

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

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]]>**In this math unit, students will:**

*Read digital and analog clocks: time to the half hour

*Draw hans on the analog clock to show the correct hour and minutes

*Practice reading time in written form with o’clock, thirty and half past

*Connecting the correct times with everyday events

*Understanding a.m. and p.m. with everyday events

In the First Grade Math Made Fun Unit 8, time has never been so fun! This unit is loaded with **15 Hands-ON Math Centers** and **33 NO PREP practice pages** to help teach, master and reinforce this very important math concept.

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Find the clock cards around the room. Write the digital times on the recording sheet to match clocks.

Read the question. Decide which time would be the correct time for the activity. Write the time on the recording sheet.

Read the question. Decide which watch answers the question. Color the watch on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Write the time and draw the hands on the clock.

Spin the spinner. Write the time and draw the hands on the clock.

Spin the spinner. Cover a square to match the spin.

Spin the spinner. Cover a square to match the spin.

Spin both spinners. Write the time and draw the hands on the clock.

Play with multiple players. Flip a card. Cover a matching clock on the BINGO board. The first person to get 5 in a row calls out Tic-Tock-BINGO!

Take turns with a friend saying the times on the clocks. Each player uses a different color to cover the clock. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Look at the hands on the clock. Decide if the time is true or false and sort to the mat.

Read the time on the digital clock. Clip the analog clock that matches. Color the matching clock on the recording sheet.

Complete the time puzzles by matching the analog clock, digital clock and written time.

Read the times on the cards and sort them to the correct digital clock mat.

Read the word problem. Use the clock to help you solve the problem.

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

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]]>**In this math unit, students will:**

*Practice differentiating between coins

*Count pennies up to 20

*Skip count by 1’s, 5’s and 10’s to identify values of multiple pennies, nickels and dimes

*Counting on from a coin with higher value (eg. one dime, one nickel and two pennies would be counted on as 10, 15, 16, 17)

*Compare values of 2 groups of coins up to 99 cents

*Determine the amount of coins needed to come to a specific value

*Determining if there is enough money to buy an item

*Determining the amount of change that would be left after buying an item

*Identifying multiple combinations of coins to make up the same value

In the First Grade Math Made Fun Unit 7, money has never been so fun! This unit is loaded with **17 Hands-ON Math Centers** and **39 NO PREP practice pages** to help teach, master and reinforce this very important math concept.

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Decide which coins are needed to make the correct cents on the bank. Record how many of each coin you used.

Add up the coins. Decide if the coins are equal to the value on the card. Sort the cards to the true or false mats.

Roll a die for each coin. Place the correct number of coins in the column. Add them up and record your total. Whoever has the most money gets to color a star.

Flip a card. Count the coins. Cover a value to match the card.

Spin both spinners. Count out the number of coins. Add them together and record the value on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Place the coins in the bank, and add them up. Write the value on the recording sheet.

Count the coins on the tub. Find the popcorn that has the matching value. Record the value on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Count the coins. Cover the value to match the card.

Flip a card. Count the coins. Cover the value to match the card.

Each player gets a stack of 12 cards. Both players flip and place a card on the board. Total the coins and compare the values. The player with the highest value wins that round and gets to keep both cards.

Pull a card. Count the coins. Write the amount on the recording sheet. Color a happy face if you can buy the item. Color a sad face if you cannot buy the item.

Pull a card. Count the coins. Write the amount on the recording sheet. Color a happy face if you can buy the item. Color a sad face if you cannot buy the item.

Pull a card. Count the coins. Write the amount on the recording sheet. Color a happy face if you can buy the item. Color a sad face if you cannot buy the item.

Pull a card. Show two different ways to make the amount shown. Draw the coins on the recording sheet.

Count the coins on the board. Find the card that matches the value of the coins.

Find two ways to use coins to match the value on the card. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

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]]>**In this Measurement Unit, students will learn the following grade level standards: **

*Order objects by length

*Compare the lengths of two objects indirectly by using a third object

*Express the length of an object as a whole number of length units, by laying multiple copies of a shorter object (the length unit) end to end

*Understand that the length measurement of an object is the number of same-size length units that span it with no gaps or overlaps

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Number the objects from shortest to longest with numbers 1, 2 and 3. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Number the thermometer degrees from shortest to tallest with numbers 1, 2 and 3. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Look at the units of measurement. Read the question and clip the correct answer.

Measure each object using unit cubes. Compare the lengths. Color the difference in units on the recording sheet.

Measure the stem of each flower using the seed ruler. Record the lengths on the recording sheet and complete the statements.

Use unit snap cubes to measure the objects. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Use play dough to make the objects that are listed on the task card. Compare the lengths of the objects and record.

Use the worm units to measure how many are needed to get through the maze. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Pull a task card and the picture cards to match. Read the clues and put the cards in order. On the recording sheet, color the person who is the tallest.

Read the clues on the card to find out who owns each item.

Read the clues on the card to find out who owns each item.

Using a spoon, scoop some unit snap cubes out of a bowl and snap them together. Repeat this 2 more times. Place them in order from longest to shortest and record the heights.

Line up the animals from shortest to tallest. Answer the questions.

Compare the lengths of the items on the card. Fill in the blanks to make the statements true.

Flip a card. Look at the length of the object on the card. Estimate how many more paperclips you would need to measure it.

Flip a card. Look at the length of the object on the card. Estimate how many more counting bears you would need to measure it.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know EXACTLY what you are covering! You can feel confident that ALL the standards for First Grade are being covered!

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]]>**In this Geometry Unit, students will learn the following grade level standards: **

*Distinguish between defining attributes versus non-defining attributes of a shape

*Build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes

*Compose two-dimensional shapes or three-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape

*Compose new shapes from the composite shapes

*Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares

*Describe shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of. Describe the whole as two of, or four of the shares. Understand for these examples that decomposing into more equal shares creates smaller shares.

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Build 2D shapes using popsicles and play dough, or marshmallows and toothpicks.

Build shapes using popsicles and play dough, or marshmallows and toothpicks.

Fill in the hexagons with different shapes. See how many different ways you can make a hexagon.

Look at the shape. Read the statement and decide if it is true or false.

Complete the shape puzzles by matching the picture, name and facts.

Use the materials to build the shape. Record the name and decide if it is a 2-D or a 3-D shape.

Read the question and find the shape that matches.

Read the task card and make a new shape using the shapes listed.

On the recording sheet, mark the names of the shapes that make up each picture.

Spin the spinner. Use pattern blocks to cover the pizza or the hive. Keep spinning and playing until the pizza or hive is filled.

Use the correct pattern blocks to fill the picture.

Use the same number of pattern blocks given at the bottom of the page to fill the picture.

Use any pattern blocks that will fit to fill the picture.

Read the clues and find the shape that matches. Record the name of the shape on the recording sheet.

Read the task card. Color the new shapes that you have made on the recording sheet.

Look at the shape and decide if it is 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Cover a 3D shape to match your spin.

Read the task card. Draw the shape and color the fraction on the recording sheet.

Match a fraction with the picture.

Read the question. Write the fraction on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Cover a pizza fraction that matches your spin.

Look at the picture and fraction and decide if it is true or false. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know **EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for First Grade are being covered!

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]]>**In this Place Value Unit, students will learn the following grade level standards: **

*Two digits or a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones.

*10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones called a ten

*The numbers from 11-19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones

*The numbers 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 refer to one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine tens (and 0 ones)

*How to compare two two-digit numbers based on meaning of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols <,> or =

*Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit number and a multiple of 10, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction: relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used . Understand that in adding two-digit numbers, one adds tens and tens, ones and ones; and sometimes it is necessary to compose a ten.

*Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.

*Subtract multiples of 10 in the range of 10-90 from multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 (positive or zero differences), using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.

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Count the base ten blocks on a card. Decide if the equation is true or false and sort.

Spin both spinners. Draw the tens and ones and write the value on the recording sheet.

Count the base ten blocks. Match it with the numeral. Record the tens and ones on the recording sheet.

Spin both spinners. Add the base ten blocks. Draw the tens and ones and record the number on the recording sheet.

Two players take turns. Each player has a different color. Choose a number on the board. Then build the number using base ten blocks. If the player builds the number correctly, he/she can cover the number with his/her color.

Spin the spinner. Color the tens and ones to match the number.

Match the donuts to the donut boxes. Record the value in the correct box.

Find a number that matches the value on the board. Write the numbers on your recording sheet.

Match the top and bottom of each bucket. Record the total value on the recording sheet.

Fill in one more, one less, ten more and ten less. Use a hundreds chart if you need help.

Add the 1-digit number to the 2-digit number. Find the matching popcorn and record your answer.

Match the base ten blocks, base ten break-down, and number to build the puzzle.

Two players take turns spinning both spinners. Build the numbers with base ten blocks. The player with the higher number colors a happy face.

Pick two dominos. Flip them to make the largest number possible. Draw the dominos and write their values on the lines. Compare the values using >, < or =.

Flip a card. Cover the number on the board that matches the base ten blocks. (NUMBERS 10-39)

Flip a card. Cover the number on the board that matches the base ten blocks. (NUMBERS 40-69)

Flip a card. Cover the number on the board that matches the base ten blocks. (NUMBERS 70-99)

Count each group of base ten blocks. Clip a clothespin to show if the groups are greater than, less than or equal to.

Sort the cards onto the correct number mat.

Flip a card. Cover the number on the board that matches the tens and ones.

Count the base ten blocks. Match it with the numeral. Record the tens and ones on the recording sheet.

Count the group of tens and ones. Write the numbers that are ten less and ten more. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

Build the addition problem using base ten cubes. Solve the addition problem and record the answer on the recording sheet.

Build the addition problem using base ten cubes. Solve the addition problem and record the answer on the recording sheet.

Build the subtraction problem using base ten cubes. Solve the subtraction problem and record the answer on the recording sheet.

Spin both spinners. Add the tens and ones and cover a number to match.

Circle sets of ten. Write the number of tens and ones.

Two players take turns flipping two cards from the deck. The person with the largest number wins that round. Record your answers on the recording sheet and circle the winning number for each round.

Two players flip a card at the same time. The person with the largest number wins that round. The person to cover all of their hamburgers first wins the game!

Two players take turns spinning both spinners. Build the numbers with base ten blocks. The player with the higher number colors a happy face.

Build the addition problem using base ten cubes. Solve the addition problem and record the answer on the recording sheet.

Add the ten frames, popsicle sticks, tally marks or numbers on the card. Clip a clothespin to the number that matches.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know **EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for First Grade are being covered!

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]]>** In this math unit on subtraction, students will learn to: **

*Subtract within 20 to solve word problems

*Solve word problems with missing numbers

*Relate subtraction with addition by working with fact families

*Subtract within 20 and demonstrate fluency of subtraction within 10

*Decomposing numbers to subtract

*Understand the meaning of the equal sign and true or false equations

*Find the unknown number in an subtraction problem

*Use a variety of strategies to help solve math problems more quickly

The First Grade Math Made Fun Unit 3 is loaded with 31 hands-on math centers and 85 practice pages to help teach, reinforce and master basic subtraction up to 20.

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**ALL 9 UNITS INCLUDED!**

Roll a die. Solve a subtraction problem in the row of the number you rolled. Record the answer on the recording sheet.

Take turns with a friend solving the subtraction problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Spin the spinner. Subtract that number from the number at the top of the board. Cover a number to match your answer.

Read the equations and decide if they are true or false. Sort the card to the correct mat.

Roll a die. Subtract that number from the number at the top of the equation. Cover a number to match your answer.

Find the missing number that will make the equation true. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Read the equations and decide if they are true or false. Sort the card to the correct mat.

Spin both spinners. Subtract the number of spinner 2 from the number of spinner 1.

Spin both spinners. Subtract the number of spinner 2 from the number of spinner 1.

Complete the equation by filling in the missing number.

Roll a die. Look at the two subtraction problems and decide if they are equal or not. Color a happy face if they are equal or a sad face if they are not.

Use the numbers on the popcorn tub to make two addition and two subtraction equations.

Read the equations on the lily pads. Match the lily pads with the correct fact family frog.

Match the parts of the house with the correct roof to complete the fact family house.

Two players take turns rolling 2 dice. Make a fact family using the two numbers. If the answer is correct, the player gets to color a happy face.

Match the sunglass equations that are equivalent. Record the equations on the recording sheet.

Find an addition problem and a subtraction problem that have the same answer. Place them on the scale and record the equations on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Solve the problem and cover the answer.

Look at the first number. Decide what number must be subtracted to make 10 and write it into the first bubble. Then complete the number bond. Fill in the equation using the new numbers.

Count the number of candies. Subtract the number in the corner. Find an equation to match.

Count the number of pencils. Subtract the number in the corner. Find an equation to match.

Count the buttons in the jars. Find the missing number to make the equation true.

Use the number line to help you solve the subtraction problem. Record your answer on the recording sheet.

Complete the number bond. Write an equation to match, and record it on the recording sheet.

Complete the number bond. Write an equation to match, and record it on the recording sheet.

Write a subtraction equation on the recording sheet for each number line.

Follow the subtraction rule to complete each table. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Follow the subtraction rule to complete each table. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Solve the word problems. Show how you solved them on the recording sheet.

Solve the word problems. Show how you solved them on the recording sheet.

Solve the word problems. Show how you solved them on the recording sheet.

**EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for First Grade are being covered!

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]]>**In this math unit, students will:**

*Practice recognizing, naming and sorting pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters

*Practice identifying the front and back sides of coins

*Practice identifying the value of coins

*Count pennies up to 20

*Skip count by 1’s, 5’s and 10’s to identify values of multiple pennies, nickels and dimes

*Add groups of coins together to determine value

*Compare values of 2 groups of coins

*Determine the amount of coins needed to come to a specific value

*Practice identifying needs and wants

In Kindergarten Math Made Fun Unit 11, money has never been so fun! This unit is loaded with **20 Hands-ON Math Centers** and **56 NO PREP practice pages** to help teach, master and reinforce this very important math concept.

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Spin the spinner. Cover the coin that matches your spin.

Spin the spinner. Then cover the coin that matches your spin.

Spin the spinner. Cover the coin that matches your spin.

With a partner, take turns spinning the spinner. Move your piece the number of spaces of the value of the coin. The first person to get to $1.00 wins!

Count the number of each coin on the card. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

Roll a die. Name the coins in the row that match your roll. Then color a star each time you name the coins in the row.

Spin the spinner. Cover the matching value of the coin.

Match the ice cream scoops with the correct ice cream cones.

Match the price tags with the coins. Then record the coins on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Count the coins. Cover a value to match the card.

Match the name, coin and value to make a complete puzzle.

Match the front of the coin, back of the coin, value and name to make a complete puzzle.

Find the card with the coins that have the same value as the toy. Then record the coins on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Record the value of the coin on the recording sheet.

Roll a die. Add the coins and write the value on the recording sheet.

Each player gets a stack of 12 cards. Both players flip and place a card on the board. Total the coins and compare the values. The player with the highest value wins that round and colors a happy face.

Two players take turns rolling a die. Place a coin that matches the roll onto the piggy bank. If you roll a 2, you must clear the board and start over.

Look at the coins on the strip. Add coins to continue the pattern.

Play with a partner. Roll a die. Move your game piece that number of spaces. If you correctly name the coin and its value, cover the coin with one of your color pieces.

Find a card around the room. Add the coins. Then write the value in the correct box on the recording sheet.

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]]>** In this math unit on addition, students will learn to: **

*Add within 20 to solve word problems

*Solve word problems with addition of 3 numbers (addends)

*Apply the commutative and associative properties of addition

*Add within 20 and demonstrate fluency of addition within 10

*Decomposing and composing numbers

*Understand the meaning of the equal sign and true or false equations

*Find the unknown number in an addition problem

*Use a variety of strategies to help solve math problems more quickly

The First Grade Math Made Fun Unit 2 is loaded with 31 hands-on math centers and 88 practice pages to help teach, reinforce and master basic addition up to 20.

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Read each addition problem. If the sum of the problem matches the sum in the middle of the card, clip it.

Spin the spinner. Solve the problem and graph the sum.

Roll a die. Solve an addition problem in the row of the number you rolled. Record the answer on the recording sheet.

Circle the numbers that add up to the given sum. Color a star for each set you find. Write the number sentence.

Look at the first number. Decide what number must be added to make 10 and write it into the first bubble. Then complete the number bond. Fill in the equation using the new numbers.

Using a magnifying glass, find the addition facts in the picture. Solve the problems and record.

Flip a card. Use the given manipulatives to solve the addition problem.

Solve the problems on the ice cream scoops and sort them to the correct ice cream cones.

Take turns with a friend solving the addition problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Match the problem with the sum to complete the pencil puzzle.

Spin both spinners. Add the numbers and write the math fact. Then, write a flip flop fact.

Choose a domino. Record the addition problem. Switch the numbers to show the commutative property.

Spin the spinner. Add ten to the number that you spun. Cover the sum on the board.

Play with multiple players. Take turns rolling a die. Move your game piece the number of spaces of your roll. Solve the addition problem. If you get the answer correct, cover the space with a marker. If you are wrong, leave the space empty.

Play with multiple players. Take turns rolling the dice. Move your game piece the number of spaces of your roll. Solve the addition problem. If you get the answer correct, cover the space with a marker. If you get the answer wrong, leave the space empty.

Find the two numbers on the strip that add to ten. Circle the numbers. Then add the third number. Record your answer on the recording sheet.

Write the number that must be added to the top number to make 10. Add the numbers. Record your answer on the recording sheet.

Pick a domino. Add the dots. Find the other domino that has the same sum. Record both equations on the recording sheet.

Decide if the addition equations are true or false. Sort them to the correct card. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Place all of the cards face-down. Players take turns flipping two cards at a time. If the sums of the cards match, the player gets to keep both cards. Record the equivalent equations on the recording sheet.

Find two addition problems that have the same sum to balance on the scale. Place them on the scale and record the equations on the recording sheet.

Two players each flip a card and cover a matching number on the game board. Continue until the board is filled.

Two players each flip a card and cover a matching number on the game board. Continue until the board is filled.

Flip a card. Add the numbers. Decide if the sum is less than, greater than or equal to 10. Sort the cards on the mat.

Roll two dice and add them up. Cross out 1 or 2 pins whose sum equals your roll. Continue playing until you cannot eliminate the total. Record your final score on the bowling ball. A perfect score is 0.

Complete the equation by filling in the missing addend.

Count the number of pepperonis. Add the number in the corner. Find an equation to match.

Choose a domino from the pile. Draw the dots on the recording sheet. Write a fact family for the domino.

Spin the spinner. Write the number in the box. Add the three numbers together.

Choose 4 word problems from the pile. Show how you solved them on the recording sheet.

Choose 4 word problems from the pile. Show how you solved them on the recording sheet.

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]]>**In this math unit, students will learn how to:**

*Read digital and analog clocks: time to the hour

*Draw hans on the analog clock to show the correct hour

*Practice basic Calendar Skills

*Practice reading time in written form with o’clock

*Connecting the correct times with everyday events

*Understanding a.m. and p.m. with everyday events

In Kindergarten Math Made Fun Unit 10, telling time has never been so fun! This unit is loaded with 17 Hands-ON Math Centers and 51 NO PREP practice pages to help teach, master and reinforce this very important math concept.

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Unit 4 (Comparing Numbers 1-10)

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Roll the clock die and color a space for the matching time.

Play with multiple players. Flip a card. Cover a matching clock on the BINGO board. The first person to get 3 in a row calls out BINGO!

Flip a card. Draw the hands on the analog clock to match the time.

Flip a card. Write the time on the digital clock to match the analog clock.

Match the digital clocks with the analog clocks. Record the times on the recording sheet.

Match the analog clocks with the digital clocks. Record the times on the recording sheet.

Match the same time, analog clock and digital clock to make a complete puzzle.

Match the digital clock puzzle pieces with the analog clocks on the board to complete the picture.

Clip the analog clock that matches the time on the digital clock.

Clip the digital time that matches the time on the analog clock.

Spin the spinner. Cover a matching clock on the board.

Flip a card. Decide if the statement is true or false and feed the correct shark.

Sort the activity cards by the time of day. If the activity takes place in the morning, place it on the a.m. card. If it takes place in the evening, place it on the p.m. card.

Match the ice cream scoops with the correct ice cream cones.

Find the cards around the room. Draw hands on the clocks on the Recording Sheet to match the digital times.

Read the time on the center of the wheel. Find and clip all of the clocks that match the time.

Sort the analog clocks onto the digital clock mats to match times.

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