Monday, November 19, 2012

Holiday Number Bonds

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Holiday-Number-Bonds




Our district curriculum map spends the first two quarters on the Kindergarten CCSS Counting and Cardinality standards and the second half of the year focusing on addition and subtraction.  And, by now, we've counted, counted and counted some more and we're tired of counting!!!  It's time to move on to bigger and better math skills.  Just in time for holiday fun, right?  I am hoping these number bonds that I created will be the perfect transition to some beginning addition concepts.  They are a FREEBIE at my TpT and TN stores.  I also made these number bond work mats.  I am going to start with these and work our way into Holiday Number Bond center activity.   Number Bond Work Mats
Hope this might be something that you could use!  Oh, BTW, I am only TWO followers away from 100 on my TpT store.  I would love it make it to 100 by Thanksgiving.  If you like anything you see here, can you help a girl out and become a follower of my store?  Thanks!

2 comments:

  1. Hello!

    I love your number bond ideas and see that you use Singapore math. I was wondering if you'd like to join my collaborative board on Pinterest that's all about Singapore math. If you'd like to just go ahead and go to the board and follow. Once you're following I will add you as a collaborator and you can start pinning your resources from your blog or TpT. The only requirement is that the items be about Singapore math/number bonds/bar models/etc.

    Pinterest Board: http://www.pinterest.com/nlovelace/singapore-math-in-the-classroom-all-grades/

    My blog: http://onetwothreemathtime.blogspot.com

    Thanks!
    Nicole

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  2. Hello!

    I love your number bond ideas and see that you use Singapore math. I was wondering if you'd like to join my collaborative board on Pinterest that's all about Singapore math. If you'd like to just go ahead and go to the board and follow. Once you're following I will add you as a collaborator and you can start pinning your resources from your blog or TpT. The only requirement is that the items be about Singapore math/number bonds/bar models/etc.

    Pinterest Board: http://www.pinterest.com/nlovelace/singapore-math-in-the-classroom-all-grades/

    My blog: http://onetwothreemathtime.blogspot.com

    Thanks!
    Nicole

    ReplyDelete