0-120 Charts and Activities, Freebies, and a Contest!


Hi!  It's Erica Bohrer and Anna Brantley here!  We are sharing about how we teach numbers to 120.  We hope you get some ideas from this post to help your students and that you enter below to win our packets!

Here are some teaching ideas from my (Erica's) packet:











And here are some teaching ideas from my {Anna's} packet
This is a fun partner game to practice counting and representing a number of objects. Partner 1 spins a number and collects that number of cubes. Then partner 2 spins a number and collects that number of cubes. This continues until time is called. When a minute is up, each partner counts how many cubes they collected by making groups of tens with the cubes. You can differentiate this activity by changing the amount of time your students have to collect the cubes....1 minute=less cubes to count....3 minutes= more cubes to count!!

 This activity can be used independently or in a small group. Students pull 6 number cards out of a bag and put them in order from least to greatest or greatest to least. You can easily differentiate the activity by the numbers you give the students to choose from.

 Great whole group game to help students build their number sense! I love playing this at the beginning or end of our math workshop!! It's also a great filler if you need something meaningful to do in just 5 minutes!!

  These number puzzles have been a great tool for teaching/reinforcing the different ways to represent a numbers {tally marks, base ten blocks, number words, numerals, etc.}. I love using them over and over in math tubs or for early finisher work. 

These activities can be used for independent or small group practice to reinforce counting from any number less than 120.  Students pull a number card out of a bag and write the 5 numbers that come before/after it. Again, differentiate this activity by the numbers you give the students to choose from. 

This is a fun whole group activity you can use to practice, review, or assess counting to 120. The best part is that it gives my wiggly first graders a chance to move around the room as they work. This Scoot games focuses on figuring out the missing number on each card. 

Here are 120 themed freebies for you, click to download:

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Number-Line-Scoot-919319


You can enter to win these two packets below:


49 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great giveaway!!!!
    Julie

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  2. Love the ideas - thanks for sharing!

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  3. These would be great resources for my classroom. Allison311@bellsouth.net

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  4. It is such a huge leap going from numbers 1-20 in kindergarten to 1-120 in 1st grade. I love these centers/ games that expose students to these numbers in multiple ways. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Thanks for the giveaway! I've been eyeing these packets!

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    1. I've been looking for something like this ! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  6. Great tips! Thanks for doing a giveaway :)

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  7. I follow on Blogger! Great activities!

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  8. Would love these resources!

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  9. Great giveaway! Couldn't get the image to show up to pin it. :/

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  10. Such a great giveaway!
    -Andrea

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  11. I love your work and would love to win these units! Thank you!

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  12. Appreciate your ideas, keep them coming.

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  13. I need this for my firsties!!! Our standards are changing to 120 this year.

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  14. Love these! They will be great for 1st grade this year :)

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  15. Great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. I love the new blog design! Great giveaway!

    rigbys2014@gmail.com

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  17. Wow! I really want to win this one! Crossing my fingers...

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  18. This would be perfect for my firsties

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  19. These look great! kimworthey@yahoo.com

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  20. Thanks for the Giveaway. This post has great ideas for working with the younger students using the 120 chart. Thanks also for the freebies. cwhaccent@aol.com

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  21. Makes me look forward to using these in my classroom!

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  22. These are both in my cart to teach a 1-2 combined math class next year. Fingers extra crossed! !
    Elyse Rycroft Elyserycroft@hotmail.com

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  23. Both of these packs look great and I would LOVE to win them!! Thanks for creating!!

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  24. Thanks for the freebies and the chance to win these two fantastic products!

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  25. I would love to use this in my classroom!


    Krystyn
    Ms Richards's Musings

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  26. I could really use these products, since I'm moving to 1st grade next year! They look like such a fun way to teach numbers!

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  27. Love this post, and thanks for the freebies!
    SweetSchoolMoments

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  28. This looks great! I follow via Bloglovin!

    Kelly Brown/Mrs. Brown

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  29. Great units for math! Thanks.

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  30. These look great and very engaging for students.

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  31. Lots of fun, engaging activities to help students build number sense. I'm looking forward to using these with my firsties this year.

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  32. I love the Scoot game. I am always looking for new ways to practice Missing Number.

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  33. This is great, thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. Great and fun activities! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  35. This packet looks great! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. These freebies will be so helpful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  37. Thanks for the freebies and great giveaway! I would love to win these products!

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  38. Wow, what an incredible packet of math activities! Thanks so much for hosting the chance to win this!! :-)

    www.kinderdragons.blogspot.com

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  39. This would be PERFECT for my return to 1st grade this year! Looks great!
    nhuggenberger@gmail.com

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  40. Love all of these great ideas! Thanks so much for the giveaway!
    Lindsey
    Chalkboard Charm

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  41. Super Sweet! Crossin' my fingers!

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  42. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  43. Thank you for the opportunity!

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