This pattern block packet reviews shape words, numbers, counting, and colors. You can use these pattern block number pages in a variety of ways: independent centers, anchor charts, a whole group activity, or make a class book.
Run these off on the appropriate colors; laminate and trim. Use these as flashcards, a pattern block bulletin board, or give the giant pattern block pieces to students to use with, or as an alternative to, the wooden pattern blocks.
The hexagon is often a "toughie" shape for students to learn. A fun way to give them more practice with hexagons, is with pattern blocks. Have them count them, stack them, pattern with them etc. As they are playing with the pattern blocks, challenge them to use the variousl pieces to see how many ways they can make the hexagon shape.
Don't just have your students play with pattern blocks; have them learn the shape names of the pieces. Includes full color set of pocket cards, plus a black & white, pattern-block booklet that students can make. They trace, draw and color the shape, plus trace and write the shape word.
Your students will enjoy doing these pattern block kite puzzles. Packet includes color as well as black and white copies.
This "craftivity" is a fun way for students to review ordinal numbers, ordinal number words + sequencing. Encourage students to color the stripes on their kite in a pattern, or to color it in rainbow order.
Review a variety of math standards during March or for St. Paddy's Day, with this shamrock 10-frames packet. If you enjoy using 10 frames, be sure and check out the rest of our themes. We have LOTS! I've included extra tiles to use as manipulatives for sorting, making groups/sets & patterning.
16 St. Paddy's Day puzzles will help your students practice counting and sequencing numbers 1-10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip counting by 10's to 100. Includes 5 black and white puzzles so children can color their own.
Practice place value with this easy and fun Cat in the Hat laminated place value mat. Students take turns calling out a 3-digit number. Using a dry erase marker, students write the number on the hat brim and then place that many number tiles in the appropriate columns. This is a quick and simple way to whole-group assess. When students have filled in their mat, they raise their hand. You can see at a glance who needs help.