Thursday, April 21, 2011

Counting to 100 Honey Bee Printables


Audrey has been trying to count to 100 for awhile now.  She counts, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29...what's next?  So I decided to make some honey bee counting printables. 

* You have to help the right honey bee find his hive.  Each honey bee has a number on his wing that matches up to the hive. 
Directions:


1. Print the printables and laminate.
2. Cut out all the pieces or just the ones you want to want to work.  For example, you may want to start with just 0-20 and then work your way up to larger numbers. 
3. We first sorted the piles under the honey hives and then put them numerical order.  This process made it much more manageable.
4.  We also read the numbers in just the hives and learned to count by 10s.  



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8 comments:

Christine said...

I just found your blog. I love these, thanks for sharing!

Jackie said...

My grandson does the same thing when he gets to 29. Thanks!!

Elle Belles Bows said...

We are no where near 100 yet, but thanks so much for sharing!

Kerri

Heather said...

These are adorable. Thanks for linking up with Fun for Kids Friday.
I just referred someone to your site who was looking for 'sight word fun'. You always have so many great ideas. : )

Heather
www.localfunforkids.com
www.MontessoriBuddy.com

Nicolette @ Momnivore's Dilemma said...

Great idea, Annie! {as usual}

What laminator do you have?

Thanks for linking to Creative Juice Thursday...Hope to see more of your ideas this week!

Annie Moffatt said...

Nicolette,
Thank you for your sweet comment. I use the laminator on my side bar under Tools we use. You can also get it at Target. But the best deal I have found are the laminating pouches. WAY cheaper than Target or Staples:) That link is also on my side bar. Thanks for letting me link up at your blog!

Desiree said...

I saw your idea through another blogger and love your bee counting to 100. My kindergartners need to just count to 100 but once they reach 1st grade they should know what every number looks like up to 100... silly isn't it? So I was clicking your link to your Teacher's Notebook and was wondering if they were just plain bees... but NO you have numbered all the bees!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you so much from me and my whole kindergarten team. I can't wait to print these out and make it a whole station.:)
And I so love your blog. It is so helpful to me and my colleagues as well as fun for my students! :)
Kinders on the Block

Crayons and Curls said...

Love these! These are perfect for my math stations! Thank you so much for sharing! :)
Cheryl

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