Kindergarten Math Made Fun Unit 3 is here, and it is all about counting to 100! There is such a sense of accomplishment for kids when they can finally count all the way up to 100! This hands-on and effective math unit will make learning to count a breeze and FUN! In this unit, students will learn to count to one hundred by ones and tens. The games, activities and practice pages will also allow them to count on from a given number.

## KINDERGARTEN MATH MADE FUN CURRICULUM

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Unit 4 (Comparing Numbers 1-10)

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## LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 3 IN ACTION…

## CENTER 1: Count and Clip by 10’s

Count the ten frames, popsicle sticks and tally marks on the card. Clip a clothespin to the number that matches.

## CENTER 2: Number Puzzles

Put the puzzles in numbered order. Record your answers on your recording sheet. NOTE: There are a total of 10 Number Puzzles (with recording sheets) included in this center. Each puzzle has a shape next to the number that matches the shape for the recording sheet.

## CENTER 3: Spin and Write

Spin the spinner. Record the number on the recording sheet and count on.

## CENTER 4: Mystery Numbers

Choose a set. Write the 3 mystery numbers from each set on the recording sheet. This center includes 10 sets for numbers up to 100.

## CENTER 5: Mystery Numbers 1-25

Flip a card and record the number that matches. ** ****Note:** Centers 5 through 8 each have 3 different game boards that can be played with the same set of cards. So students can practice by finding different numbers on each game board.

## CENTER 6: Mystery Numbers 1-50

## CENTER 7: Mystery Numbers 1-75

## CENTER 8: Mystery Numbers 1-100

## CENTER 9: Feed the Monkey

Feed the monkey each number in order from 1-20. Then, record the numbers in order from 1-20 on the recording sheet. Centers 9- 13 can be played independently or with a friend.

## CENTER 10: Feed the Koala

Feed the koala each number in order from 21-40. Then, record the numbers in order from 21-40 on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 11: Feed the Cow

Feed the cow each number in order from 41-60. Then, record the numbers in order from 41-60 on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 12: Feed the Cat

Feed the cat each number in order from 61-80. Then, record the numbers in order from 61-80 on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 13: Feed the Pig

Feed the pig each number in order from 81-100. Then, record the numbers in order from 81-100 on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 14: Let’s Bowl

Put the bowling pins in order from 1-25. Write the numbers in order on your recording sheet.

## CENTER 15: Clothes Line

Clip the clothes in order from 26-50 on the clothes line. Write the numbers in order on your recording sheet.

## CENTER 16: All Aboard Train

Put the train in order from 51-75. Write the numbers in order on your recording sheet.

## CENTER 17: A Growing Caterpillar

Put the caterpillar pieces in order from 76-100. Write the numbers in order on your recording sheet.

## CENTER 18: Race Car Driver

Put the race cars in order by 10’s from 10-100. Write the numbers in order on your recording sheet.

## CENTER 19: Treasure Chest

Order the treasure chests from 10-100. Place the coins in order above each chest.

Here is a link to this fun treasure chest game: Learning Resources Ten-Frame Treasures

## THERE ARE 40 NO PREP PRACTICE PAGES INCLUDED IN UNIT 3

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know EXACTLY what you are covering! You can feel confident that ALL the standards for Kindergarten are being covered!

## HOW DO I ORGANIZE THE UNITS?

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

I store the NO PREP Practice pages in a 1-inch binder. I place each practice page in a sheet protector. This allows you to easily grab and copy the pages that you need or have students use a dry erase marker for a quick wipe and write activity.

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Judy says

Yay! I was going to ask when unit 3 would be ready, this looks wonderful! I’m so glad I bought the bundle

Stephanie says

Are assessments included in each unit?

amoffatt says

Hi Stephanie!

Formal assessments are not included with each unit, but there is a range of difficulty within each NO PREP component allowing you to be able to gage where the students’ abilities are. The Centers allow students to work independently with hands-on materials, and the NO PREP pages reinforce and check for understanding of the lessons learned. So, you could easily use the NO PREP Pages for assessment. I hope that helps!

Kindly,

Annie

Shaina Darby says

This is an awesome resource. I cannot wait to use this next year when I teach kindergarten! Is there a specific place you purchased the caddies you are using for some of the centers in these pictures?

amoffatt says

Hi Shaina!

I think what you are referring to are the ones for the “Feed Me” activities. Those can be found on my Amazon List: Click Here. I hope that helps!

Kindly,

Annie