My students need number sequencing puzzles, a giant number puzzle, and a counting train.
This project expired on August 30, 2010.
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Help! What number is this?! Most of my 5-year-old kindergarten students come to school with little experience in counting or identifying numbers.
My thirty students are energetic, active, and enthusiastic learners who absorb new information like little sponges.
Many come from economically disadvantaged homes. My class is filled with the most friendly, lovable, respectful kids you will ever meet!
I am requesting a set of Number Sequencing Puzzles and a Giant Number Puzzle. These fun, themed puzzles will help my students build number skills piece by piece. They will have to arrange the pieces in order to complete each colorful puzzle. They will learn how to sequence the numbers correctly and count to 20. I am also requesting a Counting Train, which is a great tool to teach children numbers and counting. Each car is printed with a number and a picture of a different fruit or veggie—students just count out the pieces as they fill each car, then link the cars together to sequence the numbers in order.
By supporting this project, you will provide my young learners with developmentally appropriate materials that will help them build basic skills of numbers and counting.
Our children want, need, and deserve these math materials to enhance their learning. These math puzzles and counting train are durable and will withstand kindergarten play for many years to come, so your donation will have a far reaching impact on my school and community.
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