Hello bloggy world! It’s been quite a while!! I have been swamped, but LOVING my new position. Sorry to have neglected you guys!
I have somewhat of an update on my Numbers Galore resource. I have been getting TONS of questions and requests and as much as I would love to be able to accommodate all of them, time just doesn’t allow it! So, I thought I would share all the versions I’ve made so far and maybe that would help a lot of people. It’ll be a long one, but remember they’re FREE! Here we go:
Numbers Galore – ORIGINAL version
This version has both Print font and D’Nealian-style font. The ten frames are filled from left to right.
Numbers Galore – No Dots (Print Style Font)
This version has the Print style font and the ten-frames are unfilled so students can fill them as practice.
Numbers Galore-With Hyphens
This version has the Print style font and D’Nealian style font. The number words (where necessary) also have a hyphen.
Numbers Galore-Spanish Version
This version has the Print style font and D’Nealian style font but it is done in Spanish. (Numbers 0-20 only).
Numbers Galore-ABC Print Font
This version is done in ABC Print font.
I hope to eventually get this pack up to 180 with some place value stuff in it too. But, for now…this is what we’ve got! :)
One question that I get a lot is “What are the circles on the right for?” This is essentially part-part-whole. The number provided (ex: 8) is the whole and students can put any two numbers that add up to the whole in the two part circles (ex: 3 and 5, 4 and 4, 1 and 7, etc.). Hope that makes sense!
If you have further suggestions or ideas, please let me know!