# Numbers to 120

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It has been crazy up in my neck of the woods and I apologize for not getting this post up when you could have actually used these items! But, you can save them for next year! The good news is…I have finished my first draft of my thesis paper and have submitted it for review. That is a HUGE weight off of my shoulders. I know there are still many hours of work left on it, plus adding all the supplemental ideas and activities, but, phew, I am breathing a sigh of relief. Thank you to all of you…

Have students roll a dice and move up the hundreds chart to practice their math skills. *Made to follow the Common Core Standards* Aligned with the First Grade Common Core Standard: Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. If you like this product check out the other 30 Different One...

One of my FAVORITE parts of the day is our math workshop time! My little mathematicians have been working hard on learning all about counting and writing numbers to 120 {our very first unit}:) Here are many of the activities we've been using over the last few weeks...I absolutely adore them because they keep my students engaged, interacting with one another, moving around, and most importantly, having lots of fun!! Minute to Win It This is a fun partner game to practice counting and…

I just whipped up 2 freebie games for ya that I'll be using next week. The first one is a dice roll, which after printing and laminating, I realized that I should have done a little more to the looks of it---but I have to tell you, not only am I planning for school, but I'm planning a 6 year old (and 2 year old's!) Halloween party that is happening on SATURDAY! I'm going to have a bunch of little BOYS running around all crazy.... and I have just decided on some "structured" activities, but…

This is a number chart that goes from 1 to 120. According to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics for First Grade, the counting sequence has been extended and students are expected to count to 120, starting at any number less than 120.

One of my favorite resources is It Makes Sense!: Using Ten-frames to Build Number Sense, Grades K-2. It is packed with easy to follow lessons and games for using ten-frames. […]

This year at school I really took a hard look at my math manipulatives. I began to wonder if all the math manipulatives I was holding on to were worth the space. When I saw my adding tape sitting there waiting for the 100th day of school I thought…NO WAY! That little bundle of joy […]

Exploring Numbers to 120 {FREEBIES}

120 charts to enhance several Common Core Math lessons including work with numeracy, counting, skip counting, comparing numbers (<,>), addition, subtraction, and place value. This can be used to replace traditional 100 charts for meeting new standards to 120. The chart is included in 5 diffe...

Counting to 120 and back PowerPoint {Monsters Theme} Monsters help you count to 120 and back. This is a fantastic counting tool. You can click through it or let the PPT run automatically while your students count. Four PPT versions (click version, one second timed version, two second timed versio...

We are waiting on a cold front here in Katy, TX, that’s supposed to bring our temperatures down from the 90s to the 70s. Come on Fall!! I was feeling […]

I’m excited to be on Fall Break! We get two days off and it always seems to come at the perfect time. Right when you think you can’t handle anymore, we get a two day break. It’s just long enough that it’s a great mental refresher, but short enough that you don’t freak about going …