Each student starts out with 20 bottles in his/her baby carriage. Students take turns rolling die to determine how many bottles to feed the baby (hole in his mouth). The student who empties his/her baby carriage first wins!
**Bottles and carriage found in the baby shower section of Dollar Tree.
**Baby created using clip art and small gift bag.
I am considering a recording sheet for this game that will be posted on TPT.
Quick! Find these Monster Stamps at your local Dollar General and download the pack of 4 games on my TPT site for only $2! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Monster-Stamp-It-1941043
So I kept seeing these cute boxes on pinterest and had to make myself one! That is when I had the idea to incorporate Ned with my alphabet box. Empty a few drawers into Ned's head and have the students take turns pulling out an item to place back into the correct drawer! After all, what kid wouldn't love to dig in Ned's ears or mouth! ;)
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This is a favorite with my kiddos! Click https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Roll-Count-Scoop-1937067 to grab the recording sheets and make it an addition to your math center rotations!
Have I said how much I love these Number Line Dice Games using Valentine's Day Cards?? I think I scored these cards for a whopping 30 cents after Valentine's Day this year! These games teach number recognition, counting, and cooperation! I eventually add dice rather than die and the students learn number combinations with them so fast! I took the dolls from my daughter's room because she never plays with them....shhhhhh! ;) I found the cute cupcake erasers at Dollar General for $1!
Need a way to get your kiddos motivated to count? Just call it a "Club!" They will all want to join! This has been a huge success. Last year, all 21 of my kindergarteners were able to count 100 or more objects! I created a bulletin board and added their pictures as they joined the club! Grab it here! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-100-Club-1078148
Valentine's Cards make great games! Just add dot stickers, write numbers, and you have a number line! I also used the dot stickers to place numbers on the cards (which were originally matching cards for $1). Each player starts on 1, turns over a card, moves that many, and receives a white "bubble" each time he or she makes it to the end of the number line!
I know I am not the only teacher that thinks about school over the summer....sigh! I am working on building this site and my fb page. I changed my room decor for next year to a beach theme and have added pics! I love to share my ideas and hope you find them useful!!
Hi! This is my 12th year teaching and 3rd year in kindergarten! I taught 1st grade for 8 years and pre-k for 1 year, but kindergarten is my FAVORITE! :)