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Are you ready to teach phonics in a FUN way? Explicit and systematic phonics instruction is so important for beginning readers. I am excited to share with you my new Phonics Made Fun Level A Curriculum! This research-based curriculum supports some of the best practices for teaching phonics!

What is Phonics Made Fun Level A Curriculum?

Phonics Made Fun Level A is designed to teach phonics in a hands-on, FUN, engaging, explicit, and systematic way. Level A curriculum works with short-vowel CVC words. Each vowel sound will be covered in a separate file, and a mixed review of all sounds will be included. The goal of this curriculum is to build strong, fluent, and confident readers through a variety of hands-on activities.

I’ve worked hard to make Phonics Made Fun as low-prep as possible, with minimal cutting. That way you don’t have to spend a ton of time prepping the activities. Today we are going to take a look at what is included in the short a part of this curriculum.

Easy-to-Follow Lesson Plans

These easy-to-follow lesson plans take the guesswork out of how to teach phonics explicitly! Here is a breakdown of the lessons.

Each lesson is broken up into 5 easy-to-follow parts. 

  • Mini Lesson- Introduce the phonics skill of the day. 
  • Activities- Activities that pair well with this lesson. 
  • Practice Pages(s)- Practice sheet(s) that pair well with this lesson. 
  • Small Group Intervention- Small group teacher table lessons to support students who need extra practice with phonics skill being taught. 
  • Extension- Extension activities to support students who are ready to continue beyond the phonics skill being taught. 
Assessments

The unit pre-assessment gives an opportunity to assess prior knowledge. Use this assessment to guide your teaching throughout the unit.

The unit post-assessment gives an opportunity to measure what your students have learned. Use this assessment to guide your intervention, spiral review, and future teaching. 

Scope and Sequence

For Phonics Made Fun Level A (short a words), here is the scope for the unit:

  1. Blending CVC short a words (Lessons 1-3)
  2. Reading CVC short a words (Lessons 4-6)
  3. Spelling CVC short a Words (Lessons 7-9)
  4. Applying CVC short a Words (Lessons 10-12)
Activities, Games, and Practice Pages and SO much MORE!

Here is a quick overview of some of the activities included in the short a unit:

Match a picture to the word:

CVC Bowling Game:

Picture Word Match #2– Great pocket chart activity:

Find the word that matches the picture. This helps reinforce the correct beginning and ending sound.

CVC True or False? Does the word match the picture?

Read the sentence, write the sentence, and match the picture:

CVC Box it Up! Laminate and use a dry erase marker to write on and wipe off.

Word Family Word Building Mats– just add magnetic letters or use a dry erase marker.

Complete the Sentence– with the CVC word.

CVC Cover by Code Use the picture and color code to cover the correct word.

CVC Gameboard! Roll a die, move that number of spaces, and build the words with letter or use a dry erase marker.

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Moffatt Girls by Amoffatt - 2w ago

The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun).   Teaching shapes is the next unit in the Preschool Math Made Fun Bundle! This fundamental skill is an important educational math concept that helps provide a foundation for more advanced skills. Shape recognition sets the stage for writing skills, geometry, verbal and descriptive communication and much more! This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning, so let’s get started!

Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum:

Unit 1: Numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Numbers 6-10

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

SAVE $$$ with the Bundle!  All 7 Units included!
A Quick Overview of the Math Centers

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

What is included in each unit?

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

Let’s take a look at Unit 6 in Action…

There are 18 Hands-On Centers in this Unit!  I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

CENTER NUMBER 1: Feed Me Shapes

Look at the picture.  Decide what shape the item is.  Sort to the correct shape.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Spin and Cover the Shape

Spin the spinner.  Cover a shape to match your spin.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Shape Puzzles

Put the puzzles in order to spell the name of the shape.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Trace the Shape

Use a dry erase marker to trace the shape.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Weaving Shapes

Weave yarn around the holes to follow the outline of the shape.

CENTER NUMBER 6: Roll and Say the Shapes

Roll a die.  Say the names of the shapes in the matching row.  Color a box each time you say all of the shapes in the row.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Build the Shapes

Use play dough to build the shape on the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Cookie Shape Sort

Sort the cookies to the correct cookie jar.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Piece it Together

Put the pieces together to make a shape.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Rainbow Shape Match

Match the shapes to complete the rainbow.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Pom Pom Shapes

Place pom poms on the outline of the shape.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Spin and Graph a Shape

Spin the spinner.  Draw a shape to match your spin.

CENTER NUMBER 13: Roll and Trace a Shape

Roll the shape die.  Trace a shape to match your roll.

CENTER NUMBER 14: Groundhog Shapes

Clip the shape that matches the groundhog.

CENTER NUMBER 15: Penguin Shapes

Clip the shape that matches the penguin.

CENTER NUMBER 16: Ladybug Shapes

Clip the shape that matches the ladybug.

CENTER NUMBER 17: Jack-O-Lantern Shapes

Clip the shape that matches the Jack-O’-Lantern.

CENTER NUMBER 18: Puppy Dog Match-Up

Match the shape on the head with the shape on the tail.

NO PREP Practice Pages- We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun NO PREP practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through cutting and pasting, coloring, dice games and more! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!

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Teaching standard measurement to 2nd Grade students builds on previously taught skills of non-standard measurements. This math concept is best learned with engaging and hands-on measurement activities. In this Math Made Fun unit, the introduction of standard measurements allows students to begin estimating how long or tall different items are in inches and centimeters. When students become comfortable and proficient in understanding and using these forms of measurement, they are able to transfer these skills to more complex data analysis.

In this math unit on Measurement, students will learn to:

* Measure the length of an object by selecting and using appropriate tools such as rulers, yardsticks, meter sticks, and measuring tapes.

* Measure the length of an object twice, using length units of different lengths for the two measurements.

* Describe how the two measurements relate to the size of the unit chosen.

* Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, and meters.

* Measure to determine how much longer one object is than another, expressing the length difference in terms of a standard length unit.

* Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve word problems involving lengths that are given in the same units.

SAVE $$$ WITH THE BUNDLE!

ALL 10 UNITS INCLUDED!

Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum

Unit 1: Number Sense to 1,000

Unit 2: Place Value to 1,000

Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

Unit 4: Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

Unit 5: Geometry and Fractions

Unit 6: Graphs and Data

Unit 7: Time

Unit 8: Money

Unit 9: Measurement

Unit 10: Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 9 has 17 hands-on math centers and 43 NO PREP/Activity pages!

Each unit includes a scope with the objectives:

The Daily Lesson Plans offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into 5 easy-to-follow parts:
1. Objective– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.
2. Review- A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.
3. Hook-A fun intro to get students engaged.
4. Mini Lesson– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.
5. Practice- Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.
Center(s)- New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.
Activity Pages- These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.
Practice Pages- These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

Differentiation– Each lesson include scaffold and extension ides to meet the needs of students at all levels!

Pre and Post Assessments for EACH unit!                   Material Wrap Up Page! LET’S LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 9 IN ACTION… CENTER NUMBER 1: Estimate and Measure (In Inches)

Estimate the measurement of each item. Use a ruler to measure each item to the nearest inch.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Estimate and Measure (In Centimeters)

Estimate the measurement of each item. Use a ruler to measure each item to the nearest centimeter.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Inches, Feet, or Yards?

Read the card.  Decide if the item would be best measured by inches, feet or yards.  Record your answer on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Guess and Measure (In Inches)

Estimate the measurement of each item. Use a ruler to measure each item to the nearest inch.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Guess and Measure (In Centimeters)

Estimate the measurement of each item. Use a ruler to measure each item to the nearest centimeter.

CENTER NUMBER 6: Measure Twice (Inches and Centimeters)

Measure each object to the nearest inch and centimeter.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Spin and Measure (In Inches)

Spin the spinner.  Measure and draw a line to match your spin.  Start your measurement on the line.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Spin and Measure (In Centimeters)

Spin the spinner.  Measure and draw a line to match your spin.  Start your measurement on the line.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Spin and Measure (Inches and Centimeters)

Spin the spinner.  Measure and draw a line to match your spin.  Start your measurement on the line.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Measuring and Comparing Lengths (In Inches)

Measure the lines on each card to the nearest inch.  Then compare the lengths to answer the questions.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Measuring and Comparing Lengths (In Centimeters)

Measure the lines on each card to the nearest centimeter.  Then compare the lengths to answer the questions.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Roll, Estimate and Measure

Roll lines of play dough in different lengths.  Estimate how many inches each line is.  Measure the lines and record your answers.

CENTER NUMBER 13: Measure and Compare

Measure and draw the correct stem lengths.  Compare the lengths.  Record which length is longer.

CENTER NUMBER 14: Measure YOU In Inches

Measure the different parts of your body in inches.  Record your answers on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 15: Measure YOU In Centimeters

Measure the different parts of your body in centimeters.  Record your answers on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 16: Estimate It

Decide which measurement would be the best estimate for each item.

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Learning patterns in colors, shapes, and sizes is a basic math skill that helps lay a foundation for learning more advanced math concepts. Not only are patterns fun for preschoolers to learn, but they also provide many opportunities to see and explore patterns in daily life. Since kids learn best my doing, I have loaded up Unit 5 with plenty of hands-on ways to learn about, explore, and practice basic patterns.

The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun).  This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning!

Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum:

Unit 1: Numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Numbers 6-10

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

SAVE $$$ with the Bundle!  All 7 Units included!
A Quick Overview of the Math Centers

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

What is included in each unit?

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

Let’s take a look at Unit 5 in Action…

There are 13 Hands-On Centers in this Unit!  I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

CENTER NUMBER 1: Spin and Build a Pattern (Snap Cubes)

Spin the spinner two times.  Use snap cubes to build the pattern with the colors you spun.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Spin and Build a Pattern (Pattern Blocks)

Spin the spinner two times.  Use pattern blocks to build the pattern with the colors you spun.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Spin and Build a Pattern (Building Bricks)

Spin the spinner two times.  Use building bricks to build the pattern with the colors you spun.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Continue the Pattern (Counting Bears)

Use counting bears to continue the pattern on the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Continue the Pattern (Snap Cubes)

Use snap cubes to continue the pattern on the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 6: Continue the Pattern (Pattern Blocks)

Use pattern blocks to continue the pattern on the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Continue the Pattern (Caterpillar Colors)

Use colored dry erase markers or colored counters to continue the pattern on the caterpillar.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Build the Pattern

Flip a card.  Use snap cubes to build the pattern.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Roll and Fill Patterns

Roll a die.  Fill that row with the pattern.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Spin and Make a Pattern

Spin the spinner two or three times.  If you spin the same color twice, spin again to get a different color.  Use manipulatives to build the pattern with the colors you spun.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Copy and Say the Pattern

Pick a card.  Use colored popsicle sticks or manipulatives to copy the pattern.  Then say the pattern.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Say and Copy

Say the pattern.  Use bricks to copy the pattern.

CENTER NUMBER 13: Play Dough Patterns

Use different colored play dough to make the patterns on the mat.

NO PREP Practice Pages- We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun NO PREP practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through cutting and pasting, coloring, dice games and more! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!

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Moffatt Girls by Amoffatt - 1M ago

If you’ve spent any time with second graders, you’ll know that they LOVE to work with money! Therefore, I’ve gone above and beyond the normal standards for this Money Unit. Since money is a life-long skill, this unit will help students not only master solving word problems, but practice counting and working with money in a variety of ways.

In this math unit on Money, students will learn to:

* Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.

* Use $ and ¢ symbols appropriately.

* Count and show money up to $5.

* Identify the least amount of coins needed to make up a value.

* Find multiple ways using coins and dollars to have the same value.

* Compare values of two sets of money.

* Come up with the difference needed to reach a dollar from a given amount.

* Decide if there is enough money to buy a certain item.

SAVE $$$ WITH THE BUNDLE!

ALL 10 UNITS INCLUDED!

Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum

Unit 1: Number Sense to 1,000

Unit 2: Place Value to 1,000

Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

Unit 4: Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

Unit 5: Geometry and Fractions

Unit 6: Graphs and Data

Unit 7: Time

Unit 8: Money

Unit 9: Measurement

Unit 10: Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 8 has 21 hands-on math centers and 60 NO PREP/Activity pages!

Each unit includes a scope with the objectives:

The Daily Lesson Plans offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into 5 easy-to-follow parts:
1. Objective– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.
2. Review- A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.
3. Hook-A fun intro to get students engaged.
4. Mini Lesson– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.
5. Practice- Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.
Center(s)- New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.
Activity Pages- These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.
Practice Pages- These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

Differentiation– Each lesson include scaffold and extension ides to meet the needs of students at all levels!

Pre and Post Assessments for EACH unit!                   Material Wrap Up Page! LET’S LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 8 IN ACTION… CENTER NUMBER 1: Spin and Cover

Spin the spinner.  Cover a coin that matches your spin.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Count Your Money (Up to $1)

Flip a card.  Count the money.  Record the value of the coins on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Count Your Money (Up to $5)

Flip a card.  Count the money.  Record the value on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Show Me the Money (Up to $1)

Flip a card.  Think of two different ways to make the amount shown on the card.  Record both ways on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Show Me the Money (Up to $5)

Flip a card.  Think of two different ways to make the amount shown on the card.  Record both ways on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 6: Money War- Flip and Count

Two players play this game.  Each player starts with 16 cards. Each player flips a card.  Count the money. Decide who has the higher value.  The person with the higher value wins that round.  Continue playing until all cards have been flipped.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Can You Buy It? (Up to $1)

Pull a card.  Count up the coins.  Decide if you have enough money to buy the item.  Record your answer on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Can You Buy It? (Up to $5)

Pull a card.  Count up the coins.  Decide if you have enough money to buy the item.  Record your answer on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Two Ways to Pay (Up to $1)

Flip a card.  Read the value on the tag.  Come up with 2 different ways to make the value with coins.  Record your answers on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Two Ways to Pay (Up to $5)

Flip a card.  Read the value on the tag.  Come up with 2 different ways to make the value with coins and dollars.  Record your answers on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Money- Make a Match

Add the dollars and coins.  Find a card that has the same value.  Write the values on your recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Word Values

Choose a card. Use the alphabet coin amounts to add up the value of the word.  Record the amount on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 13: Money- Count and Cover

Flip a card. Add the dollar bills and coins.  Cover the matching amount on the board.

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Comparing numbers can be a challenge for young learners, and it is essential for preschool students to have a concrete understanding of numbers in order to master this skill. Therefore, Unit 4 is packed with plenty of hands-on ways to identify quantities that are more, less and equal. This unit expands practice of number quantity recognition to give preschool students a firm ability to compare numbers.

The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun).  This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning!

Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum

Unit 1: Numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Numbers 6-10

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

SAVE $$$ with the Bundle!  All 7 Units included!
A Quick Overview of the Math Centers

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

What is included in each unit?

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

Let’s take a look at Unit 4 in Action…

There are 27 Hands-On Centers in this Unit!  I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

CENTER NUMBER 1: Flip and Compare

Flip two cards. Count and compare the number of items on the cards.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Grab, Count and Compare

Grab some counters from the bowl with each hand.  Count how many you grabbed in each hand, and compare the numbers.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Spin, Fill and Compare

Spin the spinner two times.  Fill the ten frames to match the spins.  Compare the numbers.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Which Set Has More?

Count the number of balloons on each side.  Decide which side has more balloons.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Which Set Has Fewer?

Count the number of beads on each side.  Decide which side has fewer beads.

CENTER NUMBER 6: More Than or Less Than 5?

Count the objects on the card. Decide if the number is more than or less than 5.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Spin, Build and Compare

Spin the spinner two times.  Use snap cubes to build the number.  Compare your spins.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Flip, Fill and Compare

Flip a card for each jar. Fill the jars with the same number of objects and compare.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Show More Than…

Flip a card. Count the number of fish on the card.  Put a number of fish in the fish tank that is more than the number of fish on the card.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Show Less Than…

Flip a card. Count the number of buttons on the card.  Put a number of buttons in the jar that is less than the number of buttons on the card.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Find and Cover Less Than

Count the number of objects in each box.  Cover the boxes that have less than the given number.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Following Directions- Less and More

Listen to the directions from your teacher. Circle or clip the set that has less or more.

CENTER NUMBER 13: Count and Compare

Count the number of snap cubes on each side of the scale.  Find the matching numbers and compare them.

CENTER NUMBER 14: Spin, Count and Compare

Spin the spinner two times.  Use snap cubes to count the number.  Compare the two spins.

CENTER NUMBER 15: Hungry Alligators

Look at the number on the strip. The alligator wants to eat the largest number.  Find a number that will make the picture true.

CENTER NUMBER 16: Roll, Show and Compare

Roll two dice.  Count out the numbers to show how many and compare.  Color a happy face for the larger number.  Color a sad face for the smaller number.

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Second grade is a very exciting time for students as they refine their skills in reading clocks. This is a very important and applicable skill that students will use throughout their life. The collection of hands-on and engaging games will help students better understand and master telling time in 5-minute intervals. This unit will teach and assess students on telling time to the nearest 5 minutes on analog and digital clocks. Unit 7 is guaranteed to challenge 2nd graders and make learning this skill FUN!

In this math unit on Telling Time, students will learn to: 

* Tell time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest 5 minutes.

* Use a.m. and p.m.

* Work with word problems about time.

SAVE $$$ WITH THE BUNDLE!

ALL 10 UNITS INCLUDED!

Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum

Unit 1: Number Sense to 1,000

Unit 2: Place Value to 1,000

Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

Unit 4: Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

Unit 5: Geometry and Fractions

Unit 6: Graphs and Data

Unit 7: Time

Unit 8: Money

Unit 9: Measurement

Unit 10: Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 7 has 15 hands-on math centers and 59 NO PREP/Activity pages!

Each unit includes a scope with the objectives:

The Daily Lesson Plans offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into 5 easy-to-follow parts:
1. Objective– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.
2. Review- A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.
3. Hook-A fun intro to get students engaged.
4. Mini Lesson– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.
5. Practice- Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.
Center(s)- New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.
Activity Pages- These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.
Practice Pages- These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

Differentiation– Each lesson include scaffold and extension ides to meet the needs of students at all levels!

Pre and Post Assessments for EACH unit!                   Material Wrap Up Page! LET’S LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 7 IN ACTION… CENTER NUMBER 1: Time for a Maze

Start on the clock in the upper left corner. Add 5 minutes for each clock to follow the path to one of the bottom corners.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Flip and Show the Time

Flip a card and read the time on the digital clock.  Show the matching time on the analog clock.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Flip and Cover

Flip a card.  Read the digital clock.  Cover the matching analog clock on the board.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Clock Match-Up

Read the digital clock on the card.  Find the analog clock that matches the time.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Elapsed Time

Read the start time on the analog clock.  Read the directions in the middle of the card.  Draw hands on the second clock to show the end time.

CENTER NUMBER 6: Roll and Read the Times

Roll a die.  Read the times on the clocks in that row.  Color a star each time you read a row.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Make a Match

Find the time that matches the analog clock on the board.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Spin and Cover the Time

Spin the spinner.  Color or cover the time that matches your spin.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Telling Time- 5 Minutes

Flip a card.  Read the time.  Write the time on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Spin and Cover the Time

Spin the spinners.  Write the time.  Draw the hands on the clock to match your spins.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Tic-Tock-Toe

Take turns with a friend reading the clocks.  Each player uses a different color to cover the clock they read.  The first person to get three in a row wins.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Time- True or False?

Read the analog clock and the digital time.  Decide if they show the same time.  Sort the cards to the correct mat.

CENTER NUMBER 13: Time Word Problems

Read and solve the word problem.  Record your answer on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 14: Clock Words

Read the analog clock on the card.  Find the clock words that match the time.

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Teaching graphs and data to second grade students combines previously-learned math concepts with making sense of and organizing the information of everyday statistics. Furthermore, it allows them to communicate their reasoning and mathematical thinking.  When students become comfortable and efficient in understanding and using graphs, they are eventually able to apply these skills to more complex data analysis.

Unit 6 focuses on teaching second grade students how to use tally charts, line plots, bar graphs, pictographs, and pie charts.

In this math unit on Data and Graphing, students will learn to: 

* Generate measurement data by measuring lengths of several objects to the nearest whole unit, or by making repeated measurements of the same object.

* Show the measurements by making a line plot, where the horizontal scale is marked off in whole-number units.

* Draw a picture graph and a bar graph (with single-unit scale) to represent a data set with up to four categories.

* Solve simple put-together, take-apart, and compare problems using information presented in a bar graph .

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ALL 10 UNITS INCLUDED!

Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum

Unit 1: Number Sense to 1,000

Unit 2: Place Value to 1,000

Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

Unit 4: Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

Unit 5: Geometry and Fractions

Unit 6: Graphs and Data

Unit 7: Time

Unit 8: Money

Unit 9: Measurement

Unit 10: Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 5 has 13 hands-on math centers and 49 NO PREP/Activity pages! 

Each unit includes a scope with the objectives:

The Daily Lesson Plans offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into 5 easy-to-follow parts:
1. Objective– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.
2. Review- A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.
3. Hook-A fun intro to get students engaged.
4. Mini Lesson– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.
5. Practice- Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.
Center(s)- New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.
Activity Pages- These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.
Practice Pages- These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

Differentiation– Each lesson include scaffold and extension ides to meet the needs of students at all levels!

Pre and Post Assessments for EACH unit!                   Material Wrap Up Page!

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LET’S LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 6 IN ACTION… CENTER NUMBER 1: Bar Graph- True or False?

Flip a card and read the statement on the card.  Look at the bar graph and decide if the card is true or false.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Line Bar- True or False?

Flip a card and read the statement on the card.  Look at the line plot and decide if the card is true or false.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Picture Graph- True or False?

Flip a card and read the statement on the card.  Look at the picture graph and decide if the card is true or false.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Tally Graph to Bar Graph

Read the tally graph.  Use the information to create two different bar graphs on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Roll and Record- Make a Line Plot

Roll two dice and add the numbers.  Do this twelve times.  Fill in the line plot.  Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 6: Graphing Coins- Make a Line Plot

Pull some coins from a bag.  Record the coins on the line plot.  Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 7: Pull a Card and Create a Line Plot

Flip a card.  Record the yarn lengths on the line plot.  Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Creating a Line Plot

Pick a card and read the table.  Use the information on the table to create a line plot on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 9: Pie Charts

Fill in the pie charts by coloring in the pieces to match the items on the mat.  Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Create a Bar Graph

Count the number of each item.  Fill in the bar graph.  Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Tally Chart and Bar Graph

Spin the spinner 15 times.  Tally your spins on the chart.  Create and label a bar graph to match your results.

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Many students struggle with letter reversals, especially b/d and p/q. Occasional letter reversal doesn’t necessarily mean a child has dyslexia. In fact, many children struggle with occasionally reversing letters up through age 8. It is very common with children between the ages of 3 and 7. With early intervention, we are able to target this common inaccuracy. I have created a fun, engaging, and hands-on Letter Reversal NO PREP Packet to help remedy letter reversals!

This b and d poster will provides students with a visual reminder of the proper formation for each letter.
Color by Letter is a fun way to focus and master letter discrimination and identification.
Letter Mazes can be used for a quick review and fun practice.
I love incorporating magnetic letters with phonics and word work activities.
Kids LOVE games! Add a die and this makes practicing those tricky letters FUN!
This letter sort activity uses a different fonts so that student learn to read and recognize letters in a variety of printed and published styles.
Spin and Write! Incorporating spinners turns this handwriting practice into a GAME!

Spin the spinner and color the letter that matches your spin. Use any type of manipulative or counter to cover the letter. Spin and play until all letters have been covered.

Roll and Read! Roll a die, read the letters in that row, and color a star. Continue rolling and reading until all stars have been colored.

Lowercase Letter d practice…

Lowercase Letter b practice…

Spin and Write b and d Letter Reversal practice…

I hope this packet helps to make learning those tricky letters fun!

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Teaching preschool students how to classify and sort builds strong reasoning skills. Unit 3 introduces classifying and sorting by categories such as color, type or size.  These skills create order and organization for young learners and helps them identify important information for future math skills, such as graphing and measuring.  Unit 3 also teaches positional words in a variety of fun ways.

The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun).  This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning!

Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum

Unit 1: Numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Numbers 6-10

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

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A Quick Overview of the Math Centers

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

What is included in each unit?

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

Let’s take a look at Unit 3 in Action…

There are 24 Hands-On Centers in this Unit!  I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

CENTER NUMBER 1: Sort and Classify

Identify the two categories.  Sort the cards to the correct mat.

CENTER NUMBER 2: Sorting Coins

Sort the coins to the correct boxes on the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 3: Transportation Sort

Pick a card.  Decide if the image is in the air or on land and sort.

CENTER NUMBER 4: Sorting by Color

Sort the snap cubes (or any other type of manipulative) by color onto the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 5: Sorting by Size

Sort the bears onto to the mat by small, medium or large.

CENTER NUMBER 6: What Color Am I?

Pick a card.  Sort the card to the correct color mat.

CENTER NUMBER 7: I Can Sort by Color

Sort the bears (or any other colorful manipulative) onto to the mat by color.

CENTER NUMBER 8: Spin and Sort by Color

Spin the spinner.  Find an item in the room with the same color.  Mark the mat and race to the top.

CENTER NUMBER 9: What Shape Am I?

Pick a card.  Sort the card to the correct shape mat.

CENTER NUMBER 10: Community Helper Sort

Pick a card.  Sort the card to the correct community helper mat.

CENTER NUMBER 11: Food Group Sorting

Pick a card.  Sort the card to the correct food group.

CENTER NUMBER 12: Letters and Numbers

Pick a card.  Decide if it is a letter or a number.  Sort the cards to the mat.

CENTER NUMBER 13: I Can Sort by Shape

Use the mat to sort the pattern blocks by shape.

CENTER NUMBER 14: Take Me There!

Find a partner.  Take turns flipping a card.  Use manipulatives to show the position named on the card that you flipped.  Tell your partner about your work.

CENTER NUMBER 15: Spin and Cover by Size

Spin the spinner.  Cover a picture to match the size on your spin.

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