Kindergarten Math

Kindergarten Math

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A collection of ideas for the new Canadian Kindergarten math curriculum
Kindergarten Math
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“What did you find out?” “How did you find this out?” “How many people did you ask?” “What makes you think that?” “How can we use the data that we gathered?”

To do this activity you need: exactly 55 tally sticks (wooden craft sticks) and basic number cards 1 through The child is to lay out the tally sticks to represent the numbers on the cards. If laid out correctly, the child will use all the tally sticks.

One of the educators puts out 10 counters so that children can use them to re-enact a number song they have been learning: “How many ducks are in the pond now? How do you know?” “How many people had an apple for lunch? How do you know?”

Love using counting bears in math center! 10 Ways To Play and Learn With Counting Bears. Ideas for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten math!

The educators model different strategies for composing and decomposing numbers using manipulatives, five frames, ten frames, and story problems, asking questions such as, “If the five frame is full, and you remove three buttons, how many buttons are left?”

Task Analysis is a great way to teach subtraction skills in the Special Education Classroom. Task Analysis is an Evidence Based Practice for Autism and makes a great lesson in any classroom. Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

A group of children use clipboards to take surveys with their friends. The educators take photos of the surveys and project them, to give the children opportunities to communicate their thinking and observations about the data collected.

A group of children use clipboards to take surveys with their friends. The educators take photos of the surveys and project them, to give the children opportunities to communicate their thinking and observations about the data collected.

“I wonder what would have happened if we had added ... to our survey?”

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Polar Express graphing with hot chocolate. Do You Like Marshmallows? Students survey friends, tally results and graph data. Perfect for Polar Express activities! Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.