Candy Corn Write the Room- Students walk around the room to find candy corn picture cards that have been posted on the walls throughout the classroom. When they find a card, students count to determine how many pieces of candy corn they see and read the number word that matches the amount.
Students record the number word on their paper and color their candy corn to match the color of the number word. Each number word has been written with a different colored marker.
Students found number words: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten.
This station is from Kathleen Pedersen's Fall Unit on TPT. Here is a link to view her blog: Growing Kinders.
Polka Dot Pumkpins- At this station students select a pumpkin and count the dots.
Students then record the number on their paper and color their pumpkin to match the color of the dots on the pumpkin they selected. Some students also wrote the number word!
This station is from Deanna Jump and Julie Lee's Autumn Math and Literacy Station Packet on TPT.
Candy Corn Number Puzzles- At this station students put candy corn pieces together. They matched the number with the number word. The white section at the top has the matching amount of tally marks.
On their own paper students recorded the tally marks, numeral, and number word.
This station is from Mrs. Freshwater at http://mrsfreshwatersclass.blogspot.com.
Pumpkin Number Order- At this station students cut and glued the numbers in order from 1-10.
After gluing their pumpkins in order, students also wrote the number word to match the numeral.
Happy Birthday to You- At this station students matched number cards to cards with the matching amount of candles on a birthday cake.
Students then drew candles on the birthday cake to match the number on the cake.
This station is from Deanna Jump and Julie Lee's School Fun Packet on TPT.
Counting Jars- At this station students opened each jar and counted the objects inside.
They then recorded the number on their paper.
Each jar had something different inside of it to count. In this jar, students counted small footballs.
This idea and the recording sheet came from Jessica Meacham at jmeacham.com.
Apple Number Word Book- At this station students stamped number words to match the number on each page.
They then drew the matching amount of apples in their tree.
This station is from makinglearningfun.com.
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