Learning patterns in colors, shapes, and sizes is a basic math skill that helps lay a foundation for learning more advanced math concepts. Not only are patterns fun for preschoolers to learn, but they also provide many opportunities to see and explore patterns in daily life. Since kids learn best
The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun). This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning!
Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum:
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A Quick Overview of the Math Centers
This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!
What is included in each unit?
*Daily scripted lesson plans
*A Scope and Sequence for each unit
* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly
*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned
*Hands-on Math Centers
*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson
*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit
*Suggested Intervention Materials
*Suggested Spiral Review Materials
*Unused pages for extra practice and review
Let’s take a look at Unit 5 in Action…
There are 13 Hands-On Centers in this Unit! I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.
CENTER NUMBER 1: Spin and Build a Pattern (Snap Cubes)
Spin the spinner two times. Use snap cubes to build the pattern with the colors you spun.
CENTER NUMBER 2: Spin and Build a Pattern (Pattern Blocks)
Spin the spinner two times. Use pattern blocks to build the pattern with the colors you spun.
CENTER NUMBER 3: Spin and Build a Pattern (Building Bricks)
Spin the spinner two times. Use building bricks to build the pattern with the colors you spun.
CENTER NUMBER 4: Continue the Pattern (Counting Bears)
Use counting bears to continue the pattern on the mat.
CENTER NUMBER 5: Continue the Pattern (Snap Cubes)
Use snap cubes to continue the pattern on the mat.
CENTER NUMBER 6: Continue the Pattern (Pattern Blocks)
Use pattern blocks to continue the pattern on the mat.
CENTER NUMBER 7: Continue the Pattern (Caterpillar Colors)
Use colored dry erase markers or colored counters to continue the pattern on the caterpillar.
CENTER NUMBER 8: Build the Pattern
Flip a card. Use snap cubes to build the pattern.
CENTER NUMBER 9: Roll and Fill Patterns
Roll a die. Fill that row with the pattern.
CENTER NUMBER 10: Spin and Make a Pattern
Spin the spinner two or three times. If you spin the same color twice, spin again to get a different color. Use manipulatives to build the pattern with the colors you spun.
CENTER NUMBER 11: Copy and Say the Pattern
Pick a card. Use colored popsicle sticks or manipulatives to copy the pattern. Then say the pattern.
CENTER NUMBER 12: Say and Copy
Say the pattern. Use bricks to copy the pattern.
CENTER NUMBER 13: Play Dough Patterns
Use different colored play dough to make the patterns on the mat.
NO PREP Practice Pages- We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun NO PREP practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through cutting and pasting, coloring, dice games and more! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!
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