Saint Patrick’s Day Math Sorts – Subitizing and Math Facts
Spring activities and numeracy fun! Practice, differentiate and assess! Perfect for Spring Numeracy Benchmarks!!!
Easy. Simple Prep!
♥Just print, laminate, cut apart, and use year after year!✄ Teacher Note: The cards have wide lines around them so you can overlay them to cut several at a time and still stay “in the lines”. This makes set-up even faster and saves you valuable teacher-time! 🙂
This set of Saint Patrick’s Day activity mats and cards is great for centers. Use them to evaluate students’ abilities to structure numbers or have students practice number work. There is one set of picture cards with pictures in regular subitizing patterns, one set with irregular patterns and a set of number cards.
The set of mats for beginning addition will allow differentiation for those students who need to count objects in order to be able to join sets as well as for those students who can use bare numbers to add. For these mats, students will find two different ways to make each number from five to ten.
Easy prep! Just print and cut the cards apart. For the addition mats, mix all of the cards together and let students “seek their own level” selecting either the picture cards or number cards as they feel comfortable.
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