Here's another freebie...but this time it's MATH related! :)

This pack includes handwriting practice, ten frame examples, even vs. odd, one more, one less, number partners, etc. for each number 0-100. See examples below:

These are so cute! Printing out tomorrow to use with my kindergartners. :) I'm a new follower. Come check out my blog for more math ideas and inspiration.

what do you do with the numbers in the circles? is that the number partners? if so what is number partners? or do you do one more and one less there as well? I am sure I can make something up, I am just not sure what you intended to go here.

GREAT question! I forgot to explain! :) Sorry! Yes the circles are the number partners. Number partners is something I use for addition and fact families. Basically the "sum" goes in the left hand circle (I provided this for you on each page). The two circles that are on the right side would be the "addends." So if 10 is in the left circle you could put 5 and 5, 4 and 6, 3 and 7, 2 and 8, 1 and 9, or 0 and 10 in the left hand circles. Does that make sense?

Thanks so much for sharing! I love it! I am using it right away in my class. I am a new follower too.........hope you can stop by my blog sometime. I am very new to blogging and excited to start sharing my teaching experiences too with everyone! :)

Thanks, I plan to use the sheets with my granddaughter when we do math sessions together. What font do you use to create the dashed line numbers? Deborah Devine dcdevine1@gmail.com

I am having a hard time finding the link to download this great idea! When I click on 'you can get it here' I am taken to the teachers pay teachers site, but I can not find the link to click this download. Please help; this is a great idea for my learners :D

I just found your blog and this nice packet. I want to use this for sure. I would like you to describe how you use the tens frame. The training I received told us to fill out the top row 1-5 and then go to the lower row for 6-10. On your worksheets the dots go top then bottom then back to top. Any help you can provide is appreciated. Terry THYordan@aol.com

I love this but can't find it on TPT. Is it still available? IF so, would like to download it. Thank you... I will use it the first week of first grade for number concept review.

I love this but can't find it on TPT. Is it still available? IF so, would like to download it. Thank you... I will use it the first week of first grade for number concept review.

Hey Lacey This is a great resource to use. I teach first grade and I think I am going to use it with the number of the day up to the 100th day of school. Again thanks.

I love these! Thanks so much for sharing! Question: can you tell me what font you used to acheive the dashed letters on the practice writing strips? And where you found them? I've had my eye open for those for craft projects. Thanks!

I thought the number circles would be great for before and after numbers?!? my little guy struggles with that concept --y cant't 5 come before 9 or 12 after 8 --they really do come b4 and after --lol

I loove your stuff --found u from a friend of a friend on pintrest --soo glad I did great great GREAT

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Hello. Thanks for the great resource. My daughters havve enjoyed practicing their letters and numbers. I have a question about the number worksheet. I am wondering what the objective for the boxes with the words "Draw" and "Tally" is. Thank you.

Thanks for sharing nice information with us. i like your post and all you share with us is uptodate and quite informative, i would like to bookmark the page so i can come here again to read you, as you have done a wonderful job. solution manual

Wow, Lacey! What a great resource. Thank you so much for sharing! I'm your newest follower!

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These are so cute! Printing out tomorrow to use with my kindergartners. :) I'm a new follower. Come check out my blog for more math ideas and inspiration.

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Thanks for these-they're perfect!

ReplyDeletePam@Kindergarten Night Owls

This is such a great booklet. Thanks so much!

ReplyDeleteThis is awesome! I am sharing this link via pinterest!

ReplyDeletewhat do you do with the numbers in the circles? is that the number partners? if so what is number partners? or do you do one more and one less there as well? I am sure I can make something up, I am just not sure what you intended to go here.

ReplyDeleteGREAT question! I forgot to explain! :) Sorry! Yes the circles are the number partners. Number partners is something I use for addition and fact families. Basically the "sum" goes in the left hand circle (I provided this for you on each page). The two circles that are on the right side would be the "addends." So if 10 is in the left circle you could put 5 and 5, 4 and 6, 3 and 7, 2 and 8, 1 and 9, or 0 and 10 in the left hand circles. Does that make sense?

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ReplyDeleteThanks so much for sharing! I love it! I am using it right away in my class. I am a new follower too.........hope you can stop by my blog sometime. I am very new to blogging and excited to start sharing my teaching experiences too with everyone! :)

ReplyDeleteI love this!!! Thanks for sharing with us. :)

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What a great freebie . . . we still have little ones who struggle with their teen numbers and this will be good to have!

ReplyDeleteThese are GREAT...Thank you so much!!

ReplyDeleteI found this on pinterest! Thank you so much for this, my kids need extra practice!

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Thanks, I plan to use the sheets with my granddaughter when we do math sessions together. What font do you use to create the dashed line numbers?

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dcdevine1@gmail.com

I am having a hard time finding the link to download this great idea! When I click on 'you can get it here' I am taken to the teachers pay teachers site, but I can not find the link to click this download. Please help; this is a great idea for my learners :D

ReplyDeleteThanks for pointing that out! I don't know what happened with the link, but I think I fixed it now! Let me know if it doesn't work!

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Lacey

I just found your blog and this nice packet. I want to use this for sure. I would like you to describe how you use the tens frame. The training I received told us to fill out the top row 1-5 and then go to the lower row for 6-10. On your worksheets the dots go top then bottom then back to top. Any help you can provide is appreciated.

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THYordan@aol.com

Great question!! I just emailed you! :)

DeleteGreat idea!!! Thank you a lot!

ReplyDeleteAmazing packet! Can't believe you're giving it away for free! Thank you so much! I am your newest follower!

ReplyDeleteI love this but can't find it on TPT. Is it still available? IF so, would like to download it. Thank you... I will use it the first week of first grade for number concept review.

ReplyDeleteI love this but can't find it on TPT. Is it still available? IF so, would like to download it. Thank you... I will use it the first week of first grade for number concept review.

ReplyDeleteIt is still available! Here is the direct link: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Numbers-Galore-0-100

DeleteHope it's useful for you!!

-Lacey

Hey Lacey

ReplyDeleteThis is a great resource to use. I teach first grade and I think I am going to use it with the number of the day up to the 100th day of school. Again thanks.

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ReplyDeleteI love these! Thanks so much for sharing! Question: can you tell me what font you used to acheive the dashed letters on the practice writing strips? And where you found them? I've had my eye open for those for craft projects. Thanks!

ReplyDeleteI used DJ Inkers "DJ Handwriting" font for the Zaner Bloser Style and McD Manuscript Dots for the D'Nealian style. :)

DeleteThank you I will put these to great use. They look great!

ReplyDeleteSimply AMAZING! I cannot wait to use these with my ESOL students. Thanks for sharing!

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Simply AMAZING! I cannot wait to use these with my ESOL students. Thanks for sharing!

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I thought the number circles would be great for before and after numbers?!? my little guy struggles with that concept --y cant't 5 come before 9 or 12 after 8 --they really do come b4 and after --lol

ReplyDeleteI loove your stuff --found u from a friend of a friend on pintrest --soo glad I did great great GREAT

MUCH needed THANKS SO MUCH!

ReplyDeleteA baby downstairs to the store to buy drinks. The shopkeeper gave him a bottle of, then the child says no money.buy rs goldThe shopkeeper is angrily threatened:"Don't have the money to your mother!" The child was frightened out of bottle caps are off the ground. Pick up a see: come again a bottle of! So the bottle cap, gave it to the owner, walked happily.buy wow goldLeave the owner to choose a suitable text book with a clueless look on his face.

ReplyDeleteWhat do you do with 0?

ReplyDeleteI love this and use it everyday in calendar!! I was wondering if you have 100-200? It would be so helpful!

ReplyDeleteHello. Thanks for the great resource. My daughters havve enjoyed practicing their letters and numbers. I have a question about the number worksheet. I am wondering what the objective for the boxes with the words "Draw" and "Tally" is.

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DeleteI have the same tally question but the author deleted the answer lol

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ReplyDeletedraw tally one more +1 one less -1 how to do that

ReplyDeletedraw tally one more +1 one less -1 how to do that

ReplyDeleteI have used this for three years now and love it. I was missing a page so I needed to revisit and download. Thanks. It works.

ReplyDeleteI am very thankful for this wonderful Worksheet. you just saved my class for tomorrow. Many thanks!

ReplyDeleteThanks for sharing nice information with us. i like your post and all you share with us is uptodate and quite informative, i would like to bookmark the page so i can come here again to read you, as you have done a wonderful job. solution manual

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