Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Math Booklets!

With any resource I create, I have a goal to make it FUN, interactive and effective!  I am so excited to have finished our Math Booklets (Count it, Solve it, Paste it)!  Kids LOVE to make booklets and this is a perfect way for them to take ownership of their learning! These booklets are FUN for kids to color, cut and paste, they are interactive and effective!


There are a total of 10 Booklets, each 9 pages long and come with a set of cut and paste number tiles...

To complete each math booklet you will need scissors, glue, crayons, a math booklet and number tiles...

Here is a peek into our Animals addition booklet...

The littlest Moffatt Girl completed a simple addition booklet about bugs...

I love that it allows her to color, cut, paste AND solve math problems!

Subtraction booklets…

Addition booklets...

The following is included in our Math Booklets packet:
*Bugs Booklet (Addition problems up to 3)
*Bubbles Booklet (Addition problems up to 5)
*Animals Booklet (Addition problems up to 6)
*Fuit Booklet (Addition problems up to 8)
*School (Addition problems up to 10)
*Dice (Addition problems up to 12)
*Lunch (Addition problems up to 15)
*Apples (Addition problems up to 20)
*Number Tiles for all addition booklets
*Police (Subtraction problems up to 5)
*Sea Creatures (Subtraction problems to 6)
*My Teeth (Subtraction problems to 8)
*Monkeys (Subtraction to 12)
*Stars (Subtraction to 15)
*Clothes (Subtraction to 20)
*Number Tiles for all Subtraction Booklets

Since this little honey is still in preschool, we worked rather slowly on a simple addition booklet, but plan to use these next year for Kindergarten.  

You can purchase our Math Booklets (Count it, Solve it, Paste it} HERE

If you like our Math Booklets, you may also like our CVC Booklets {HERE}, which have been VERY helpful in building simple CVC words!

It has been a bit difficult to concentrate on school since we got this adorable little family member...
(she still needs a name)







6 comments:

Mrs. Miller said...

Ooh I love these Math booklets! Once they knew how to do them, they would be an EXCELLENT independent activity! Plus, for those kids who are more interested in Math, it links math & reading. <3

First Grade Funtastic said...

I just had to hop over from FB to see if you picked out a name for your cute puppy yet?! She's adorable! !!

Jeannie Partin said...

I love these math booklets!!!! Love that adorable puppy too! What did you name her?
~jeannie~
Kindergarten Lifestyle

Fluttering Through First Grade said...

These are so great to get kids actively involved in their learning.

So we need to know what you named your new lil sweetie. You can't just be calling her "dog" all day!

~Christy & Tammy
Fluttering Through First Grade

Jennifer White said...

Love, love, love!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue Skies

learningmyself said...

OMgoodness...that puppy is adorable! What kind of dog is it? Looks like a poodle and terrier mix...soo cute! congratulations! :)

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