5.22.2011

number sense worksheet


Last week I created a number sense worksheet to review all the different ways a number can be written. I got this idea from a math training I received by Lori at Lori's Page.

All you need to do is give your students a number and the number word (unless they are geniuses and they already know how to spell double digit numbers). I write it on the board in the same place every day and I call it the "Magic Number of the Day!"

Instead of having your students fill in this worksheet by themselves, have the whole class do #1 together, then have them pass their paper clockwise and have everyone do #2 together. Do this until the whole worksheet is filled it. This just makes it more fun, because they think it is a group activity. 

When your students have grasped the concept of number sense, you can also race to see which table/group can complete their worksheets the fastest.

You can download this worksheet for free at TpT by clicking on the pictures below:



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5 comments:

  1. Love the group math worksheet idea! Btw- thanks for giving a shout out to your friend's blog- too cute!
    Have a great week-
    Beth
    http://primaryconnections-beth.blogspot.com/

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  2. I can't wait to see your short vowel unit!!
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  3. The short vowel unit is sure to be TOOOO cute! Can't wait!

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  4. Did you ever finish the short and long vowels characters and units? I couldn't find them on your TpT store.

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  5. That activity would be great for the students to learn about different numbers. Thanks for sharing the download link here in this post. mla paraphrase

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