Ya'll know about my Number of the Day units. They are a great daily practice of number sense for your students in Kindergarten through Second grade. I have two new units in my store:

Kindergarten Number of the Day

This unit introduces number sense from the
Kindergarten Common Core Math Curriculum.
It works with numbers 1-10 and a variety of skills.

*Number of the Day*practice includes:

**Counting.
(K.CCA.1) (K.CC.A.2)

**Writing
numbers. (K.CC.A.3)

**Representing
numbers through pictures. (K.CC.B.4)

**How
many? (K.CC.B.5)

**Comparing
numbers. (K.CC.B.6)

**Add
and subtract within 10 (K.OA.1., K.OA.2)

**Representing
numbers on a ten frame. (1.NBT.B.2)

This unit
is aligned with the Kindergarten and First Grade Common Core Math Standards,
and includes twenty days of practice with a Valentine theme. The pages are divided into four sets of five
with a cover page. These pages can be
used as a daily warm-up/spiral review, work for fast finishers, or for
homework. This unit includes practice
with the numbers 1 - 20. Each successive number of the day unit will
increase in difficulty. It will provide
a spiral review of each number from 1 - 20 and the many ways to represent those
numbers.

Second Grade Number of the Day

*Number of the Day February Second Grade Edition*gives your students a lot of practice working with numbers, representation and relationships. All students need daily practice working with numbers to effectively develop their number sense.

*Number of the Day*practice includes:

**Fluently add and subtract within 20
using mental strategies. (2.OA.2)

**Odd/Even. (2.OA.3)

**Missing numbers to one thousand. (2.NBT.1)

**Skip counting-number patterns.
(2.NBT.2)

**Writing numbers. (2.NBT.3)

**Number line completion. (2.NBT.3)

**Representing numbers using base ten
blocks. (2.NBT.3)

**Expanded form. (2.NBT.3)

**Comparing numbers to 1000. (2.NBT.4)

**Adding and subtracting numbers to
1000. (2.NBT.5) (2NBT.7)

**Ten more, ten less, one hundred more,
one hundred less. (2.NBT.8)

This
unit is aligned with the Second Grade Common Core Math Standards, and includes
twenty days of practice with a Mardi Gras/Valentine’s Day theme. The pages are divided into four sets of five
with a cover page with a name space and two final pages with a completed 120
chart and more practice counting to 1000.
These pages can be used as a daily warm-up, work for early finishers or
for homework.

I use ‘guided math’ in my
classroom. I begin my teaching time
block teaching/spiraling math concepts as a whole group, but most of my math
block is devoted to guided practice in small groups followed by independent or
small group practice, centers and intervention.
I begin my math time every day with a page from my “Number of the Day”
series.

and from last year:

*First Grade Number of the Day*practice includes:

**Counting forward and counting back from the number-Number
line completion. (1.NBT.A.1)

**Skip Counting-Number Patterns. (1.OA.5)

**Writing numbers. (1.NBT.1)

**Number line completion. (1.NBT.1)

**Missing numbers on a hundred chart. (1.NBT.1)

**Representing numbers using base ten blocks. (1.NBT.2)

**Adding and subtracting single digit numbers from numbers
less than 100. (1.NBT.4)

**One more, one less. (1.NBT.C.5)

**Expanded Notation. (1.NBT.6)

**Odd/Even. (2.OA.C.3)

I also have a NEW Valentine's Day Number of the Day FREEBIE. Check it out in my store:

Happy February Ya'll!

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