Chomping Numbers - … work together. Larger numbers can be given to students who have mastered numbers 1-20. Continue using larger numbers with this group to … the value of each number. Number cards 20+ can be used with the students who have mastered number recognition and number value as well … or less. One: Chomping Numbers Daily Challenge Question: How do we know one number is larger than another number? 40 minutes Set-up … User Rating:Grade Level: K-2
Fun with Factors - … a number is broken into its prime factors. Prime number - A number with exactly two factors, one and itself. Relatively Prime - Two numbers that … that a number with only two factors is called a prime number and numbers with more than one factor are called composite numbers. The students will offer a few examples of each type of number … User Rating:Grade Level: 3-5
Number Strips - … the number that s/he hears. Extensions: Choose a number and add that number to each number that is read. Subtract one. Double the number read. Show whether the number is odd or even. Show the number … User Rating:Grade Level: K-2
Recognizing Numerals and Numbers - … by each individual student. One author calls it "friendliness with numbers." Number sense grows as students are exposed to activities that cause … following games: Roll My Number All students stand up. Each student has a number cube. Teacher says a number and when a student … the same number crossed out, the worksheet is considered complete. Jumbled Numbers (Similar to Math Their Way Crazy Mixed Up Numbers.) This game … User Rating:
Addition and Subtraction in Center Time - … of Matching Addition and Subtraction cards Number Trains Number Train Number Sentence worksheet Number Train Plus/Minus Spinner Number cube or die 20 Unifix cubes … sure they write the larger number first, using numbers and symbols or words. Students record their number sentences on scratch paper or a … their train. Each student should record the number sentence for every turn on the Number Train Number Sentence worksheet. To win the game … User Rating:Grade Level: K-2
Numbers Away - … necessary to compose or decompose tens or hundreds. Materials: Number Line Number Line Counters or markers Fishing for Less Deck of cards … to 0. Say a number. Ask students to tell you what number comes before it. Explain that the number before is 1 fewer … 2 and subtract 3. Use Number Line Have students place a counter on a number on the number line. Have students move their … Up the Number Line Give each student a number line. Say two numbers and have the students point to them on their number line … User Rating:Grade Level: K-2
Prime and Composite - … number greater than 1 is either a prime or composite number. A prime number has exactly two factors, 1 and itself. A composite number … around numbers that are the square root. Numbers with exactly 2 factors are prime numbers. Numbers with more than two factors are composite numbers. The numbers 0 and 1 are neither prime nor composite. 1 is a unique counting number. 0 is not a counting number … User Rating:
Number Sequences - … cubes More-less Spinner- one per pair Numbered Squares Numbered Squares Pencil Crayons By The Number 100 fish Five re-sealable plastic bags … a broader vocabulary of numbers than the traditional symbolic representation of numbers. The activities also help develop good number sense. These lessons can … students to clip the numbers together to find which number is missing. Students will then find the missing number and clip it into … User Rating:Grade Level: K-2
Greater Than and Less Than with Numbers - … their number in relation to the number preceding it. For example, "My number is 15. Fifteen is greater than 14." Hang the number line … digit number. For example, a player draws a number three and number eight card. They would arrange the cards to make the number 83 … the numbers immediately preceding and following the chosen number. Challenge students to use the clues and their number finders to locate the mystery number … User Rating:Grade Level: K-2
100 More 100 Less - … new number. For the third number students will then write about a number that is 10 less. Fourth number will be 100 less. Fifth number … their group. Compare group numbers. Make the smallest number, the largest odd or even number, or have students make numbers with the highest tens … parent's favorite number, the number in their street address, or the three or four digit number in their phone number. Send a note … User Rating:Grade Level: 3-5