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This counting to 100 unit for Kindergarten includes 8 lessons to teach the concepts related to counting and numbers to 100 (counting to 50, 70, and 100; reading and writing numbers; comparing and ordering 2 numbers to 100; using a hundreds chart to represent numbers; skip counting by 5's and 10's; and grouping by 10's to count to 100) PLUS a bonus lesson for celebrating the 100th day of school.
It is a comprehensive, jam-packed, mind-focused math curriculum that provides teachers with EVERYTHING they need to teach Kindergarten math with no need to supplement from other sources.
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**Please note: This unit stands alone to teach the concept of counting to 100. It does not need to be used with the rest of the Mindful Math curriculum.**
A FEW of the ENGAGING & MINDS-ON activities included in Counting to 100:
"I Can" posters
Card and BINGO game
Interactive math journal pages
Printable practice pages
"I am 100 days smarter" crown for the 100th day
Hundreds chart puzzles, games, and activities
Number train to 100
& much MORE!
Mindful MATH for Kindergarten has what teachers LOVE!
*Easy to implement lesson and activities.
*ALL lesson materials provided!
*"I CAN" posters and detailed lesson plans provide important information!
*A variety of activities for every lesson (math games and centers) to keep engagement high!
*Build math skills and develop fluency with math journals, task cards, mental math, and TONS of differentiated practice printables.
Teachers will create SUCCESS with all that is included with every unit of Mindful MATH!
A layout of the 10 units available in Mindful Math for Kindergarten.
An explanation of the parts of a lesson plan and how they can be used.
A list of the 10 lessons included and what curriculum standards they cover with the US Common Core, as well as B.C.'s and Ontario's curriculum.
Mindful MATH lesson plans provide teachers with a detailed plan to follow from start to finish. Instructions for whole group lessons, individual practice, and follow up activities are given. Also included is lesson goals, vocabulary, questions to ask, material list, and book suggestions to match concepts.
All the extra materials needed for teaching a lesson and student practice are provided. Math manipulatives and tools, such as words, ten frames, number lines, are included to support students and the lesson.Chart pieces and concept posters are provided to support lesson instruction.
Warm-Up Task Cards
Mindful Math task cards are short math warm-up activities that students can complete independently. There are a variety of tasks that build on skills previously taught in other lessons to build fluency.
Mindful Math Journal Prompts are perfect for a warm-up activity, for extra practice, or for homework. Each prompt reviews the skills and concepts taught in the previous lesson. They make a great review activity and help build math understanding.
Mindful Math mental math cards are perfect for building mental math skills and quick recall of important math concepts. Mental math cards are provided and suggested to use as a whole group as a warm-up activity.
Every lesson in Mindful Math includes practice printable pages for students to complete independently following a lesson. The pages help build math skills and review important concepts. The pages range in difficulty to allow for differentiation.
Hands-On Activities (Math Centers and Games)
Each lesson includes a math game or activity, as well as a math center. The lesson plans and activity cards provide instructions on how to use.
Quick Checks (Assessments)
Mindful Math Quick Checks are assessments that can be performed after math lessons and practice. Each Quick Check includes a short activity for individual or small groups to complete and show to the teacher.
Supplemental Materials (Answer Key & Book List, & Canadian pages)
Answer keys are provided to help teachers assess and check the practice printable pages. A suggested book list is provided with children’s literature to help teach math concepts. Extra pages are provided for Canadian teachers with Canadian spelling and content (coins and money, for example).
Read THIS POST to learn more about Mindful Math. See a breakdown of what is included, how to use, implement, and organize it and read the frequently asked questions.
The Mindful MATH curriculum incorporates focused math learning opportunities and many components within each unit. The activities are hands-on and mind-on, meaning students are actively working on math and engaging their minds. Mindful Math lessons encourage different ways of thinking and representing math concepts.
Mindful MATH includes a variety of thoughtful lessons and activities to help meet the needs of learners and their learning styles. Students will have many opportunities to learn and practice new strategies and develop math fluency through whole group warm-ups and lessons, mental math, journals, centers, games, and more.
Mindful MATH was created to give teachers a comprehensive math curriculum that engaged minds and left students knowledgeable and fluent in math concepts.
The curriculum aligns to the U.S. Common Core standards. Numbers to 10 reviews Kindergarten Math standards.
Mindful Math also aligns to the Canadian math curriculum in British Columbia and Ontario, as well as many other math curricula around the world (Curriculum standards are included and matched to lessons within the product). **EXTRA PAGES FOR CANADIAN CONTENT AND SPELLING ARE PROVIDED.**
Check out the other Kindergarten Mindful Math units:
Numbers to 5 Kindergarten
Numbers to 10 Kindergarten
Numbers 11-20 Kindergarten
Graphing & Sorting Kindergarten
Addition to 10 Kindergarten
Subtraction to 10 Kindergarten
Measurement & Time Kindergarten
Geometry & Shapes Kindergarten
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