Math Tool Kit Freebie

Hey! Yolanda here from Oceans of First Grade Fun! I hope your summer has been fantastic!! I have two more weeks, then it’s back to the grind for me.

Okay it’s safe to say I LOVE teaching math!!!!! This summer I’ve been playing around with creating a math toolkit for my students. In the past it has been such a pain to pull out hundreds charts, or ten frames, not to mention making sure there were enough for everybody in my class! It drove me crazy! So, I came up with this toolkit. The plan is for the students to keep these in their desks, so they are ready to whip out when we need them. Take a look at what’s included below.

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In terms of storage, I’m going to give my students a three pronged folder with pockets and a few Ziploc bags. They will keep the cards (skip counting and ten frames) inside the Ziploc bag (which I will probably three whole punch). They will keep the number of the day books, hundreds chart, number line and number scrolls inside the pockets. There you have it! A compact math toolkit with a minimum of muss and fuss…to quote Julia Sugarbaker!

Click on the picture below to snag your free copy!

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I hope this is something you can use! Now I’m off to soak up the last lovely days of my summer vacation. Have a great week ahead!

13 comments:

  1. What great resources and a great idea. Thanks for sharing. I'll be trying these out this fall.
    A Rill Classroom

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    1. Thanks!! I can't wait to use them, it's going to be such a time saver!
      Yolanda

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  2. Amazing resource for back to school firsties to review and build that number sense. Thanks:)

    Tammy
    The Resourceful Apple

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  3. I love the idea of each of my students having their own math toolkit! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Fantastic Ideas and thank you for the freebie!
    Deb at Fabulously First

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  5. Thank you for sharing these!

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  6. Thank you for sharing this! It is great even from "big kids"
    Michele
    Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans

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  8. Going to laminate and put as reference for each student to use throughout the year.

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  9. We would almost be able to substantiate all those possible provisions of interest as mentioned here and surely by the time these will prove to be much better. what is a reaction paper

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