Roll & Record Coins

If you have a child learning to identify coins {penny, nickel, dime, quarter} this new activity is perfect! This FREE printable set features different options for your child to have fun while learning to identify coins and their amounts!

 

The idea is simple, roll the cube and then find the coin you see you see. The coins are presented in a bar graph format which allows for other fun math learning also. Use this game again and again by slipping into a sheet protector and use real coins for added hands-on learning.

Start with basic coin recognition and names of the coins, then values. Too much too soon is too overwhelming!

Step 1: Identify coins and their names

Gather coins and as your child rolls the cube, encourage him/her to name the coin, find the coin, and lay it on the graph. This provides visual, auditory, and hands-on work to help your child memorize the names of the coins.

Step 2: Identify the value of each coin

Add in the value of each coin when your child is ready.

 

There are a few different cube options, choose the one that is best for your child.

You will also find two different graphing options. You can use real coins to mark the graph, or slip in a sheet protector and use dry-erase markers. If your child is working on identifying the amounts of the coins, you can have him/her trace the numbers!

 

Download this and more here on our All 123 webpage which is filled with math resources!

Look for this graphic and click the word DOWNLOAD right below it!

 

 

Valentine Math Fun ~ Ordering Numbers 1-30

If you have a young child learning to identify and order numbers 1-30, this new Valentine’s theme activity with hearts is perfect! This FREE printable set features several options for your child to practice ordering numbers, beginning with 1-10, and working up to 1-30! I left the squares at the top blank {which is different from our other set here} so that you can write in numbers or have your child work on ordering all numbers! Below you can see the 1-10 page, you’ll also find 1-15, 1-20, and 1-30 included in this free printable set.

You can use these as cut and glue worksheets or use this again and again by printing on cardstock,  laminating, and using velcro dots!

More LOVE Fun!

If you’d like more fun LOVE themed printables, see our Kindergarten Printable Pack here!

Download Ordering Numbers with Hearts here!

 

Looking for a basic set without hearts? Find it here!

 

Number Order Printables 1-30

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If you have a young child learning to identify and order numbers 1-30, this new activity is perfect! This FREE printable set features several options for your child to practice ordering numbers, beginning with 1-10, and working up to 1-30!

You can use these as cut and glue worksheets or use this again and again by printing on cardstocklaminating, and using velcro dots!


 

Download this & more here on our All 123 webpage which is filled with math resources!

Look for this graphic and click the word DOWNLOAD right below it!

Clip the Number 1-20

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If you have a young child learning to identify numbers 1-20, this new activity is perfect! This FREE printable set features cards with simple ten frames on them for your child to count and clip the correct number.

Use this again and again by printing on cardstock and laminating.


Using little clothsepins has an added bonus of fine motor skill work! I love the tiny colored ones from Amazon here, you can see them in our photo below.

 

Download this & more here on our All 123 webpage which is filled with math resources!

Look for this graphic and click the word DOWNLOAD right below it!

 

Roll and Trace Numbers 1-20

If you have a young child learning to identify and write numbers 1-20, this new activity is perfect! This FREE printable set features several different options so you can choose what is best for your child.

The idea is simple, roll the cube and then trace the number you see. The numbers are presented in a bar graph format which allows for other fun math learning also. Use this game again and again by slipping into a sheet protector and using dry erase markers.


 

Download this and more here on our All 123 webpage which is filled with math resources!

Look for this graphic and click the word DOWNLOAD right below it!