Students can use these adorable Box of Chocolates counting mats to practice one-to-one correspondence.
Each mat has a number from 1-30. Students will fill their box of chocolates with correct amount of chocolates.
BONUS – Box of Chocolates Addition Mat
This set is in black and white, so you may choose to save on ink, or copy onto colored paper!
Other Teachers Are Saying:
“Great valentine counting worksheets. Thank you!” – Lil Love Bugs
“Super fun! Printed on colored paper and use as a math station rotation. The students have fun using them and enjoyed the heart shape.” – Erica B
“Love this!” – Primary Purveyer
54 minutes ago
Ask and you shall receive!
Remember the other night I asked if anyone would be interested in a freebie of our Pumpkin Number Order activity? Well, the crowd spoke and here it is!
I am so excited for all of you to use it in your classrooms!
You can download from here:
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2 hours ago
Our Pumpkin Themed Letter Activities Includes:
Upper and Lowercase Alphabet Cards In Color and Black & White
CVC Picture Cards In Color and Black & White
Corresponding Response Sheets
Label A Pumpkin
3-D Parts Of A Pumpkin
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7 hours ago
Well this is a fun idea!Um YES! I am 💯 percent adding this to spice up our door-talk about a good laugh!Thanks for the idea @alatteloveforsecond! #memes #classroom #funny #memesdaily #iteachtoo ... See MoreSee Less
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13 hours ago
YES!D E P E R S O N A L I Z E // Let’s chat about inappropriate behavior for a sec. Depersonalizing is an EMPOWERING way to work thru behavior for both you and the student.
Let’s imagine a child has misbehaved in your class. When this happens, it’s a natural response to take this personally and assume the child is being defiant on purpose. This often leads us (the teacher) to respond emotionally with the intent to exert our control and/or punish the child.
Taking behavior personally and being punishment-minded intensifies the situation by immediately propelling us into a power-struggle. It also damages the relationship we have built and rarely results in a learning opportunity for the student.
Let’s flip that reaction to something that doesn’t usually come quite as naturally to us. When we assume kids need PRACTICE, not PUNISHMENT, it reminds us to focus on what we can control in the situation - ourselves. We can’t force anyone to do anything, but we CAN make it safe for the child to learn and grow by reteaching and modeling the expectations.
Let’s commit this year to depersonalizing misbehavior and looking at it as an opportunity to reteach and model our expectations so all students can experience success. Who’s with me? 🙋🏼♀️
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1 day ago
Have you tried Vooks yet??
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