My students need the counting money puzzles to practice counting different coin denominations and the math activity charts to expand their knowledge and use of numbers.
Why stop at 30 when they can learn 100? In Kindergarten we are supposed to teach numbers to 30 but many are learning 100. These supplies will help their endeavor!
My students attend kindergarten in a Title I Elementary School in NC.
We have a large Hispanic population, and the majority of our students are from low-income families. Most have come into kindergarten not knowing letter names, numbers, or other basic skills. They are a very respectful group of students and are eager to learn. They are very excited about learning and working. I would like some new supplies and activities to encourage them even more.
Included in our math curriculum is an introduction to money and number sense for numbers 0-30. The money counting puzzles will help my students learn the coins and how much each coin is worth. The puzzles will then help them practice adding the coins to find out how much the toys cost. The hundred chart will help my students see the pattern in numbers and learn the order of numbers 1-100. The number line will help when we discuss and learn about number order, more and less, and beginning addition. The books will be a literature connection expanding their knowledge of how we use numbers in our everyday life.
Please help my students have these tools to enhance their knowledge of numbers and number sense.
The connection to money with the money puzzles and reading with the book set will help them see some ways we use numbers everyday. Please help my students succeed in learning more about numbers!
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