Hello Parents! The pictures in this post are of math stations students have been completing over the past few weeks. I hope you enjoy viewing them!
At this station students used pattern blocks to make numbers or pictures of various objects (flag, flower, rocket, etc).
(Source- number pattern block cards can be downloaded at: makinglearningfun.com)
At this station students used Chicka Chicka Boom Boom cards to make sets. Students used play doh to match the set pictured on the ten frame.
For this station students used blocks to count out the set to match the number on the pickup truck.
Students clipped the correct amount of clothespins on the circle to match the number in the center. (Source: www.childcareland.com)
We recently read the story Miss Bindergarten Goes on a Field Trip with Kindergarten. In this story Miss Bindergarten and her class visit the post office, library, bakery, fire station, and a park. The following three stations center around this story and other community helpers we have in our city.
We are also learning to recognize sets in different forms, including a scattered configuration. At this station students counted the set, recording the number on their paper, and colored their ambulance to match.
At this station students counted the dots on the ten frame, recorded the number, and colored the mail carrier to match.
At this station students selected a card, identified the larger number, recorded the number on their paper, and finally colored their police car to match.
(Source: all three of the community helper stations pictured above are from: www.kindertrips.blogspot.com)
We also recently read the story Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See.
At this station students selected a character from the story, counted the dots they saw, and recorded the number on their paper.
At this station students used beads to represent apples on a apple tree. They counted out the correct number of "apples" to match the number in the basket.
At this station students used rubber bands and geoboards to make numbers.
This is another Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See themed station. Students rolled one number die and recorded what they rolled on their paper. Various dice are available for students to use at this station: number word die, numeral die, and dot configuration die.
I hope you enjoyed seeing pictures of our math stations over the past few weeks. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!