Kindergarten Math Unit 2 is here!
I want kids to know that math is FUN! Therefore, I don’t think we need to “trick” them into thinking that learning math can be fun. On the other hand, providing them with hands-on, engaging and FUN resources will make them WANT to learn math! So I am super excited to share with you Unit 2 of the Kindergarten Math Made Fun Curriculum!
Kindergarten Math Made Fun Curriculum
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For Unit 2, these are the grade level standards that will be covered:
Let’s take a look at the Math Centers for Unit 2 in Action…
Center Number 1: A Bowl of Fish
To begin, flip a number card and add the number of fish into the fish bowl. You can either use the fish that are included in the center, or you can incorporate snack time by using gold fish crackers as manipulatives! How fun!
Center Number 2: Spin and Cover
Spin and cover a bubble with the matching number.
Center 3: Number Make a Match
To start, flip over a number card. Then cover the ten frame that matches.
Center 4: Fruit Count and Clip
Count the fruit on the card and clip a clothespin to the number that matches.
Center 5: Base 10 Count and Clip
Count the base ten blocks on the card and clip a clothespin to the number that matches.
Center 6: Cupcake Puzzles
Count the dots on the bottom of the cupcake. Match the top part of the cupcake with the correct number of dots.
Center 7: Number Puzzles
Match the number word, number and number of objects to make a complete puzzle.
Center 8: Count and Match Puzzles
Count the number of objects on the puzzle and match to the correct number.
Center 9: Basket of Apples
Place each apple in the basket that matches that apple.
Center 10: Ten Frame- Flip and Build
First, flip a card over. Then build that number on your ten frame mat. Conveniently, you can use any manipulative of your choosing!
Center 11: Domino Count and Clip
To begin, count the number of dots on the domino. Then clip the matching clothespin. You can also use number words on the clothespins.
Center 12: Penny the Piggy- Count and Match
First, put a penny on each coin space. Then count the coins and match a gold coin to each set.
Center 13: Number Puzzles- Count and Order 11-20
There are a total of 5 number puzzles in this center. So I have made it easy for you to stay organized by placing a different shape next to the number for each puzzle.
Center 14: Number Strips- Count and Clip
To begin, count the number in each group. Then clip a clothespin if the group matches the number at the top.
Center 15: Mystery Puzzles
This is one of my favorites of Unit 2! To start, count the objects in each box. Then match a puzzle piece to the number. Continue until you’ve finished the puzzle!
Center 16: Spin and Cover One More and One Less
Center 17: Peanut Numbers
Count and match the correct peanuts to the number on the tub.
Center 18: Number Word Books
Count the books and clip the correct number word.
Center 19: Backpacks- What is One More?
Count the back packs and clip the number that is one more.
Center 20: Pencils- What is One Less?
Count the pencils and clip the number that is one less.
Center 21: Math Towers- One Less and One More
First, spin a number. Write or build the number in the middle. Write or build one more and one less.
Center 22: How Many?
First cover the circles with a manipulative. Then count and write the number in the middle. Write one more and one less.
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 to I Organize the Units?
First, I tell you exactly what you will need for each unit.
You can conveniently store your units in any type of bin. Though, I like the large Sterilite boxes because they are able to hold all of the centers and don’t take up too much space. Although it might be a tight fit, it all fits inside nicely. However, you could go with a larger box if you have more space.
I like to store each center in a gallon sized baggie.
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I hope these math units help to make your math time FUN, hands-on and highly effective!