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2 Blackline Masters NC 1 The Days In School chart NC 2 Student Clock NC 3 Number Cards, 1 6 NC 4 Number Cards, 7 12 NC 5 Ladybug NC 6 Tuesday s Temperatures chart NC 7 Mini Calendar Grids NC 8 Mini Bug Markers NC 9 Mini TenFrames NC 10 Mini Crab & Sea Star Markers NC 11 Paper Coins NC 12 Evening Star Quilt Block Pattern NC 13 Mini Hundreds Grids NC 14 Mini Quilt Markers NC 15 Unifix Cubes, 10 s & 1 s NC 16 Counting Mat NC 17 Mini Snowpeople & Snowflake Markers NC 18 Mini Penguin Markers NC 19 Blank See the Facts cards NC 20 Mini Whales NC 21 Friday Figuring assessment sheet NC 22 Student Thermometers NC 23 Teaching Thermometer NC 24 Mini Shape Markers NC 25 Geoboard Square measuring sheet NC 26 Mini Flower Markers NC 27 Month cards NC 28 Month cards NC 29 Month cards NC 30 Mini Farm Markers NC 31 Number Squares sheet 1 NC 32 Number Squares sheet 2 NC 33 Patten block Paper Shapes: Hexagons NC 34 Patten block Paper Shapes: Trapezoids symbol key indicates items need to be cut apart
3 NC 35 NC 36 NC 37 NC 38 NC 39 Pattern Block Paper Shapes: Blue Rhombuses Pattern Block Paper Shapes: Squares Pattern Block Paper Shapes: Triangles Pattern Block Paper Shapes: White Rhombuses Odd & Even Pieces Assessment & Student Support Blacklines NC A.1 2 Assessment 1 individual interview NC A.3 Numbers & TenFrames Bingo NC A.4 Numbers & TenFrames Bingo cards NC A.5 Coin Names & Coin Values Bingo NC A.6 Coin Names & Coin Values Bingo cards NC A.7 Assessment 2 individual interview NC A.8 Ten & More Bingo NC A.9 Ten & More Bingo cards NC A Assessment 3 checkup NC A.12 Clocks Match Game clock cards NC A.13 Clocks Match Game time cards NC A.14 Tally Match Game tally cards NC A.15 Tally Match Game number cards NC A.16 Doubles & Neightbors Match Game tenframe cards NC A.17 Doubles & Neightbors Match Game number sentence cards NC A Assessment 4 checkup NC A.21 One Turn to Win gameboard NC A.22 Paper Coins for One Turn to Win & Two Turns to Win NC A.23 Two Turns to Win gameboard NC A.24 Place Value Match Game cube cards NC A.25 Place Value Match Game number cards NC A Assessment 5 checkup NC A.28 Coins on Board coordinate cards NC A.29 Coins on Board NC A Assessment 6 checkup NC A.33 How Much Is It Worth? NC A.34 Flaps for How Much Is It Worth? NC A.35 See the Facts doubles & neighbors mat NC A See the Facts cards, pages 1 4 NC A Assessment 7 individual interview NC A.42 Counting by 5 s cards NC A.43 Unifix Cube place value cards NC A.44 Unifix Cube doubles & neighbors mats NC A Assessment 8 checkup NC A or Bust! NC A or Bust! coin cards NC A.49 Counting by 2 s worksheet NC A.50 Unifix Cube 2 s number cards NC A Assessment 9 checkup
4 NC A.53 Geoboard Area Measuring Sheet NC A Assessment 10 checkup NC A.56 Counting Mixed Coins Bingo cards NC A.57 Counting Mixed Coins Bingo NC A Place Value Puzzles NC A.60 TenFrames counting by 5 s NC A.61 Penguin Pairs counting by 2 s symbol key indicates items need to be cut apart
5 Blackline NC 1 Run 1 copy on paper. Post with your Number Corner display. The Days In School chart Bridges in Mathematics n
6 Blackline NC 2 NAME Student Clock DATE n Bridges in Mathematics
7 Blackline NC 3 Number Cards, 1 6 Run 1 copy on cardstock. Cut cards apart and laminate. Bridges in Mathematics n
8 Blackline NC 4 Number Cards, 7 12 Run 1 copy on cardstock. Cut cards apart and laminate. n Bridges in Mathematics
9 Blackline NC 5 Ladybug Run a copy of this sheet on red paper and cut out the bug you prefer to use with September, Tuesday s Time, Tally & Temperature Challenge 1. Bridges in Mathematics n
10 Blackline NC 6 Tuesday s Temperatures chart Month Time of Day n Bridges in Mathematics
11 Blackline NC 7 Mini Calendar Grids Run several copies of this sheet and cut the grids apart. You ll need 3 4 grids for each month of the school year. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Bridges in Mathematics n
12 Blackline NC 8 Mini Bug Markers Run 1 or 2 copies of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each insect for every Friday in the month of September. n Bridges in Mathematics
13 Blackline NC 9 Mini TenFrames Run several copies of this sheet and cut the tenframes apart. You ll need 8 10 frames per month. Bridges in Mathematics n
14 Blackline NC 10 Mini Crab & Sea Star Markers If your children made markers like these for the October calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of marker for every Friday this month. n Bridges in Mathematics
15 Blackline NC 11 Paper Coins Run several copies of this sheet on paper and cut out the coin boxes to use on your Friday s Figuring class chart. Bridges in Mathematics n
16 Blackline NC 12 NAME Evening Star Quilt Block Pattern DATE NAME Evening Star Quilt Block Pattern DATE n Bridges in Mathematics
17 Blackline NC 13 Mini Hundreds Grids Run several copies on paper and cut out the grids to use on your Friday s Figuring class charts. Bridges in Mathematics n
18 Blackline NC 14 Mini Quilt Markers If your children made markers like these for the November calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each color marker for every Friday this month. blue blue blue red red red blue blue blue red red red n Bridges in Mathematics
19 Blackline NC 15 Unifix Cubes, 10 s & 1 s Run several copies of this sheet on paper and cut out the stacks and groups of singles to use on your Friday s Figuring class charts. Bridges in Mathematics n
20 Blackline NC 16 Counting Mat n Bridges in Mathematics
21 Blackline NC 17 Mini Snowpeople & Snowflake Markers If your children made markers like these for the December calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of marker for every Friday this month. Bridges in Mathematics n
22 Blackline NC 18 Mini Penguin Markers If your children made markers like these for the January calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of marker for every Friday this month. n Bridges in Mathematics
23 Blackline NC 19 Blank See the Facts cards Run several copies of this sheet on paper and cut out the cards along the light lines to use on your Friday s Figuring class charts. Bridges in Mathematics n
24 Blackline NC 20 Mini Whales If your children made markers like these for the February calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of whale for every Friday this month. n Bridges in Mathematics
25 Blackline NC 21 NAME Friday Figuring assessment sheet DATE Skills October December February April May/June Student is able to write number sentences and/or draw sketches for the day s date. Student is able to write number sentences using standard notation (e.g., = 7 or 10 3 = 7). Student uses addition number sentences. Student uses subtraction number sentences. Student combines addition and subtraction and/or uses other operations, such as multiplication. Student s pictures and/or number sentences illustrate that he or she is thinking in groups of 2 s, 5 s, 10 s. Student writes related number sentences (e.g., 12 1 = 11, 13 2 = 11, 14 3 = 11 or = 11, = 11, = 11, and so on). Notes Bridges in Mathematics n
26 Blackline NC 22 Student Thermometers Run copies of this sheet on cardstock and cut the thermometers apart. You ll need 1 for each student. Cut the slits at the bottom of each thermometer. n Bridges in Mathematics
27 Blackline NC 23 Teaching Thermometer Run 1 copy on cardstock. Cut out the strips and glue them together. Cut a slit along the line at the bottom of the thermometer and run a 1 /2 18 strip of red construction paper through to serve as the mercury. glue tab Bridges in Mathematics n
28 Blackline NC 24 Mini Shape Markers If your children made markers like these for the March calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of marker for every Friday this month. n Bridges in Mathematics
29 Blackline NC 25 Geoboard Square measuring sheet Bridges in Mathematics n
30 Blackline NC 26 Mini Flower Markers If your children made markers like these for the April calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of flower for every Friday this month. n Bridges in Mathematics
31 Blackline NC 27 Month cards Run 1 copy of this sheet on cardstock. Cut the cards apart and laminate if desired. January February March April Bridges in Mathematics n
32 Blackline NC 28 Month cards Run 1 copy of this sheet on cardstock. Cut the cards apart and laminate if desired. May June July August n Bridges in Mathematics
33 Blackline NC 29 Month cards Run 1 copy of this sheet on cardstock. Cut the cards apart and laminate if desired. September October November December Bridges in Mathematics n
34 Blackline NC 30 Mini Farm Markers If your children made markers like these for the May calendar, run 1 copy of this sheet and cut apart. You ll need 1 of each kind of marker for every Friday this month. n Bridges in Mathematics
35 Blackline NC 31 Number Squares sheet 1 Copy and cut apart, these are used to glue on student made calendar markers Bridges in Mathematics n
36 Blackline NC 32 Number Squares sheet 2 Copy and cut apart, these are used to glue on student made calendar markers n Bridges in Mathematics
37 Blackline NC 33 Pattern Block Paper Shapes Hexagons Run copies of this sheet on yellow copy paper. Use each copy of this sheet as a pattern to cut several blank sheets of yellow paper into hexagons. Bridges in Mathematics n
38 Blackline NC 34 Pattern Block Paper Shapes Trapezoids Run copies of this sheet on red copy paper. Use each copy of this sheet as a pattern to cut several blank sheets of red paper into trapezoids. n Bridges in Mathematics
39 Blackline NC 35 Pattern Block Paper Shapes Blue Rhombuses Run copies of this sheet on blue copy paper. Use each copy of this sheet as a pattern to cut several blank sheets of blue paper into rhombuses. Bridges in Mathematics n
40 Blackline NC 36 Pattern Block Paper Shapes Squares Run copies of this sheet on orange copy paper. Use each copy of this sheet as a pattern to cut several blank sheets of orange paper into squares. n Bridges in Mathematics
41 Blackline NC 37 Pattern Block Paper Shapes Triangles Run copies of this sheet on green copy paper. Use each copy of this sheet as a pattern to cut several blank sheets of green paper into triangles. Bridges in Mathematics n
42 Blackline NC 38 Pattern Block Paper Shapes White Rhombuses Run copies of this sheet on white copy paper. Use each copy of this sheet as a pattern to cut several blank sheets of white paper into rhombuses. n Bridges in Mathematics
43 Blackline NC 39 Odd & Even Pieces Run copies of this sheet on cardstock (2 different colors). Cut the pieces apart and store in envelope. Bridges in Mathematics n
44 Blackline NC A.1 NAME Assessment 1 individual interview DATE How many dots are in each tenframe? How did you know? Bridges in Mathematics n
45 Blackline NC A.2 Assessment 1 individual interview (cont.) What are the coin names? How much is each kind worth? Name the numerals n Bridges in Mathematics
46 Blackline NC A.3 Numbers & TenFrames Bingo Bridges in Mathematics n
47 Blackline NC A.4 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Numbers & TenFrames Bingo cards n Bridges in Mathematics
48 Blackline NC A.5 Coin Names & Coin Values Bingo Bridges in Mathematics n
49 Blackline NC A.6 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Coin Names & Coin Values Bingo cards quarter quarter quarter 1 penny 1 penny 1 penny penny dime dime 10 dime 10 dime 5 nickel nickel nickel nickel 5 nickel n Bridges in Mathematics
50 Blackline NC A.7 NAME DATE Assessment 2 individual interview Bridges in Mathematics n
51 Blackline NC A.8 Ten & More Bingo n Bridges in Mathematics
52 Blackline NC A.9 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Ten & More Bingo cards Bridges in Mathematics n
53 Blackline NC A.10 NAME Assessment 3 checkup DATE Time: What time is it? o clock o clock o clock Tallying: How many in each grouping? n Bridges in Mathematics
54 Blackline NC A.11 Assessment 3 checkup (cont.) Doubles & Neighbors: How do you see it? How many altogether? + = + = + = + = + = + = Bridges in Mathematics n
55 Blackline NC A.12 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Clocks Match Game clock cards n Bridges in Mathematics
56 Blackline NC A.13 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Clocks Match Game time cards 4 o clock 9 o clock 5 o clock 10 o clock 8 o clock 1 o clock 3 o clock 11 o clock 6 o clock Bridges in Mathematics n
57 Blackline NC A.14 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Tally Match Game tally cards n Bridges in Mathematics
58 Blackline NC A.15 Run on a second color of cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Tally Match Game number cards Bridges in Mathematics n
59 Blackline NC A.16 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Doubles & Neighbors Match Game tenframe cards n Bridges in Mathematics
60 Blackline NC A.17 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Doubles & Neighbors Match Game number sentence cards = = = = = = = = = = 1 Bridges in Mathematics n
61 Blackline NC A.18 NAME Assessment 4 checkup DATE How many cubes? Fill in the missing numbers n Bridges in Mathematics
62 Blackline NC A.19 Assessment 4 checkup (cont.) Color 25 Color 42 Color 79 Bridges in Mathematics n
63 Blackline NC A.20 Assessment 4 checkup (cont.) Cut around each box and match it to the correct group of coins n Bridges in Mathematics
64 Blackline NC A.21 Run on cardstock. Player A Player B less more One Turn to Win gameboard Bridges in Mathematics n
65 Blackline NC A.22 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Paper Coins for One Turn to Win & Two Turns to Win n Bridges in Mathematics
66 Blackline NC A.23 Run on cardstock. Player A Player B First Turn First Turn Second Turn Second Turn less more Two Turns to Win gameboard Bridges in Mathematics n
67 Blackline NC A.24 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Place Value Match Game cube cards n Bridges in Mathematics
68 Blackline NC A.25 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Place Value Match Game number cards Bridges in Mathematics n
69 Blackline NC A.26 NAME Assessment 5 checkup DATE Use a different color for each coin and color in its value. How much are these coins worth altogether? n Bridges in Mathematics
70 Blackline NC A.27 Assessment 5 checkup (cont.) How much is each group worth? How much do the groups make altogether?. + = Bridges in Mathematics n
71 Blackline NC A.28 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Coins on Board coordinate cards A,1 A,2 A,3 A,4 B,1 B,2 B,3 B,4 C,1 C,2 C,3 C,4 D,1 D,2 D,3 D,4 n Bridges in Mathematics
72 Blackline NC A.29 NAME Coins on Board DATE A B C D Record of Coins Collected Player A Record of Coins Collected Player B Bridges in Mathematics n
73 Blackline NC A.30 NAME Assessment 6 checkup DATE Today s high temperature forecast Today s actual high temperature n Bridges in Mathematics
74 Blackline NC A.31 Assessment 6 checkup (cont.) How much is this design worth? Show how you figured it out below = 1 What time is it? : : Bridges in Mathematics n
75 Blackline NC A.32 Assessment 6 checkup (cont.) See the Facts: What do you see? Write number sentences to match the pictures. n Bridges in Mathematics
76 Blackline NC A.33 NAME How Much Is It Worth? DATE = 1 Bridges in Mathematics n
77 Blackline NC A.34 Run on cardstock. Flaps for How Much Is It Worth????? n Bridges in Mathematics
78 Blackline NC A.35 See the Facts doubles & neighbors mat Bridges in Mathematics n
79 Blackline NC A.36 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. See the Facts cards, page = 4 2 = = 5 2 = 5 3 = = 6 3 = = n Bridges in Mathematics
80 Blackline NC A.37 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. 7 4 = = = 9 5 = 7 3 = 8 4 = 9 4 = See the Facts cards, page = Bridges in Mathematics n
81 Blackline NC A.38 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. See the Facts cards (cont.) 10 5 = 11 6 = = = = 11 5 = 12 6 = 13 6 = See the Facts cards, page 3 n Bridges in Mathematics
82 Blackline NC A.39 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. See the Facts cards (cont.) See the Facts cards, page = = 14 7 = = 15 7 = 15 8 = Bridges in Mathematics n
83 Blackline NC A.40 NAME Assessment 7 individual interview DATE How many minutes? 1st spin 2nd spin 3rd spin total + + = Place Value: adding two numbers + = n Bridges in Mathematics
84 Blackline NC A.41 Assessment 7 individual interview (cont.) Adding and Subtracting doubles and neighbors = 14 7 = = 13 7 = Bridges in Mathematics n
85 Blackline NC A.42 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Counting by 5 s cards n Bridges in Mathematics
86 Blackline NC A.43 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Unifix Cube place value cards Bridges in Mathematics n
87 Blackline NC A.44 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Unifix Cube doubles & neighbors mats n Bridges in Mathematics
88 Blackline NC A.45 NAME Assessment 8 checkup DATE Counting Mixed Coins: How much money altogether? Record your total. Color the tenstrips to show the total. Use a different color for each type of coin. Bridges in Mathematics n
89 Blackline NC A.46 Assessment 8 checkup (cont.) Counting by 2 s: How many are in each group? n Bridges in Mathematics
90 Blackline NC A.47 NAME DATE 50 or Bust! Player A Player B Bridges in Mathematics n
91 Blackline NC A.48 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. 50 or Bust! coin cards n Bridges in Mathematics
92 Blackline NC A.49 NAME Counting by 2 s worksheet DATE Rabbit Ears 2 ears 4 ears 6 ears 8 ears Color the Counting by 2 s Numbers Continue the Pattern Bridges in Mathematics n
93 Blackline NC A.50 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Unifix Cube 2 s number cards n Bridges in Mathematics
94 Blackline NC A.51 NAME Assessment 9 checkup DATE Fill in the calendar to show today s date Today is Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Show today s date with tally marks Bridges in Mathematics n
95 Blackline NC A.52 Assessment 9 checkup (cont.) Record today s temperature How much is this worth? = 1 Show how you figured it out The temperature is n Bridges in Mathematics
96 Blackline NC A.53 Geoboard Area Measuring Sheet Bridges in Mathematics n
97 Blackline NC A.54 NAME Assessment 10 checkup DATE Counting Mixed Coins: How much money altogether? Record your total. Color the tenstrips to show the total. Use a different color for each type of coin. n Bridges in Mathematics
98 Blackline NC A.55 Assessment 10 checkup (cont.) How Many? How Many? How Many? 10 s 1 s 10 s 1 s 10 s 1 s Fill in the missing numbers: Counting by 5 s Fill in the missing numbers: Counting by 2 s Bridges in Mathematics n
99 Blackline NC A.56 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Counting Mixed Coins Bingo cards n Bridges in Mathematics
100 Blackline NC A.57 Counting Mixed Coins Bingo Bridges in Mathematics n
101 Blackline NC A.58 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Place Value Puzzles n Bridges in Mathematics
102 Blackline NC A.59 Run on cardstock, cut apart, and store in an envelope. Place Value Puzzles (cont.) Bridges in Mathematics n
103 Blackline NC A.60 TenFrames counting by 5 s 10 s 1 s 10 s 1 s n Bridges in Mathematics
104 Blackline NC A.61 NAME DATE Penguin Pairs counting by 2 s How many penguins in each row? Fill in the missing counting by 2 s numbers: Bridges in Mathematics n
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