Mini Anchor Chart Stand - directions for making this adorable mini anchor chart stand are included with this post. You could also use for directions at stations, by computers or in library display or for tips when researching on computers.
Write the numbers to complete the chart; then color the correct numbers to demonstrate counting by and a page with a blank space for the teacher to select a number to color by. This packet has a blank 120 chart, 3 fill-in the missing number
May Pocket Charts --- Four Math and Literacy Pocket Chart Centers for the month of May. Activities include reading /e/ and /u/ words, segmenting and counting phonemes, identifying shapes and reading shape names, and measuring with a bumble bee ruler. So fun!
Place Value Bundle Ten More, Ten Less, One More and One Less