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Monday, September 26, 2011

Math Stations Week One and Printables

So like I stated before I am going to try to post my stations for math and literacy bi-weekly. Here are my math stations for the next two weeks.

Station One
Title:  Station 1/ Domino Parking Lot
Leveled Resource:
CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
Activities: Students will get a domino parking lot card. Students will then get a graph recording card. Students will then pull their dominos out of the pencil box and count the amount. Students will then place the domino on the correct number on their chart. Students will continue to pull dominos and count them to see which number had the most cars (dominos) Students will then use their graph sheet to show how many cars each number had.

I use the domino parking lot from here and here.

Click the pic to get the recording sheet
Station Two
CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K. CC. 3 (Write numbers from 0-20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral)
K.CC. 5 (count to answer how many questions. Given a number 1-20 count out that many objects
Activities: Students will use number cards 1-20. Students pull a card from their basket. SW read each number, count the number and build the number using links. After students clip the correct amount of links to their card they will record the number on the recording sheet. Students will write the number in the box and color the correct number of links for the number.

Station Three
CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
Activities: Students will use beans and a 100s chart to practice counting. SW read each number and cover it on the 100s chart with a bean. SW then practice locating numbers on the chart. SW will pull a number out of a gift bag. SW read the number and find it on the chart. SW color the number the same color as the number that they pulled out of the bag

Station Four
CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K. CC. 3 (Write numbers from 0-20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral)
K.CC. 5 (count to answer how many questions. Given a number 1-20 count out that many objects
Activities:
*SW use an egg carton and beans to practice number skills. SW read the number on the bottom of the egg carton to determine how many and  will use a clothespin and beans to count that number. SW then write the number on their recording sheet and will draw the amount.
* Students will then use counting cards. SW pick a card and count the objects on the card. SW clip the correct answer on the card using clothespins.

*I found the counting cards here, here and here.*
Click pic to get the recording sheet
Station Five 

CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K.CC.2 ( Count forward beginning from a given number within the know sequence)
Activities:  SW work on number recognition fluency.
*Students will split a stack of Dixie cups. Students must read the number on the bottom on the cup quickly and correctly. If students read the number correctly they stack in on the table. If students don’t read the number correctly then they have to keep it. SW continue reading their and stacking their cups making a pyramid. The first student that stacks all of their cups wins. SW then take their cups and put them in the correct number order.
*SW then pick one cup and tell the next two numbers that come after that number. SW then record it on their recording sheets.
SW repeat game.
* A number chart from 1-20 will be provided for support*
Station Six
CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K.CC.7 ( Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals)
Activities: Students will practice number skills using the computer. *Students will choose a game from here that practices counting skills http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skill_builders/number_correspondence_math_kindergarten_k_grade.htm and here http://jmathpage.com/JIMSNumbercounting.html
* Students will then practice using the less than/greater then sign
http://www.softschools.com/mathg.jsp

Station Seven

CCSS: K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K. CC. 3 (Write numbers from 0-20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral)
Activities: Students will use a roll the dice card. Students will roll the dice and count the number on the dice. Sw then cover that number on their card. Students will practice counting that number using a ice tray, clothespins and pom pom balls. Students will continue to play until all number are covered on their chart. Students will then get the number writing book and practice writing each number correctly using a marker
* I printed these off and laminated them for the kiddos to practice writing their numbers*
* You can check out my pinterest to see all the roll the dice number games*

Station Eight
CCSS: K. CC.4a ( When counting objects, say the number names in order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number names with one and only one object)
K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K. CC. 3 (Write numbers from 0-20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral)
Activities: Students will practice spelling number words using the number book and letter titles. Students will say each number, count each number and spell each number. Students will then use their recording sheet to write the number, stamp the number, spell the number word and draw a picture to represent each number
* Number words Book here*
Station Nine
CCSS: K. CC. 4 (Understand the relationship between numbers and quanitities, connect counting to cardinality)
K.CC.1 ( Count to 100 by ones and tens)
K. CC. 3 (Write numbers from 0-20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral)

Activities: Students will use shapes to make each number Students will match the shapes together to make the number correctly using the Number Shape book. Students will then turn over all the cards pick one card. Students will then read the number and make a set with that number. Students will then orally tell their partner the next three numbers that come in the sequence. Students will write the number on their white board and the next three numbers that come in that sequence. SW then repeat

* Shape Number Cards I found here.*

Station Ten
CCSS: K.CC.5 ( Count to answer “how many” questions)
K. CC. 7 ( Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numbers)
Activities: Students will use playing cards to determine who has more. Students will each take 10 cards. Each student will play a card. Students will then make that number using a ten frames chart. Students will determine how many each side has.  Students will then decide which person has more and the student who has the bigger card takes both cards. Students will record both numbers on the sheet.
* I found the recording sheet here*

Station Eleven
CCSS: K.CC.5 ( Count to answer “how many” questions)
K. CC. 7 ( Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numbers)
Activities: Students will practice using the greater than sign. Students will each use an alligator cut out to show the greater than sign. Each student will pull a number card and will determine who has more. Students will then record the number on their sheet and will use the greater than sign to show which is more.
* Manipulatives will be included for support*
* I found the recording sheet here

Station Thirteen
CCSS: K.CC.5 ( Count to answer “how many” questions)
K. CC. 7 ( Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numbers)
Activities: Students will use playing cards to determine who has less. Students will each take 10 cards. Each student will play a card. Students will then make that number using a ten frames chart. Students will then determine which one is less and the students who has the least amount card takes both cards. Students will record both numbers on the sheet.

** Recording Sheet is the second copy of Station 11 Sheet*

Station Fourteen
CCSS: K.CC.5 ( Count to answer “how many” questions)
K. CC. 7 ( Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numbers)
Activities: Students will use playing cards to determine who has less. Students will each take 10 cards. Each student will play a card. Students will then make that number using a ten frames chart. Students will then determine which one is less and the students who has the least amount card takes both cards. Students will record both numbers on the sheet.
* Recording Sheet same as Station 12*

I will post these centers in action tomorrow, I hope!

Have a blessed week!
Ms. Patterson


3 comments:

  1. wow, thanks for sharing, I love how you have the standards listed with each activity! I just gave you the "I Heart Your Blog" award, come check it out!

    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  2. Love these! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  3. This is amazing! Thanks for making my planning so much easier! :o)

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