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Description eBook PDF format Sample Pages Number-of-the-Week is a no-prep, print-&-go curriculum that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the...
Description eBook PDF format Sample Pages Number-of-the-Week is a no-prep, print-&-go curriculum that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the...
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Description

eBook PDF format

Sample Pages

Number-of-the-Week is a no-prep, print-&-go curriculum that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the way to 30.   This 31-week curriculum is scheduled over a 4-day week and coordinates perfectly with our Letter of the Week and our Learn to Read Curriculum.

Please Note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed. Binder in photos is for illustrative purposes only.

Overview

Number-of-the-Week is a no-prep, print-&-go curriculum that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the way to 30.   This 31-week curriculum is scheduled over a 4-day week and coordinates perfectly with our Letter of the Week and our Learn to Read Curriculum.

 

 

 

Number-of-the-Week Overview:

Number-of-the-week is a 30-week program that covers 4 days/week.  This no-prep, print-&-go set gives students number themed activities for each day. Number-of-the-week coordinates perfectly with our Letter-of-the-Week program however, it can be used independently as well.   (Number 0 is also included in the appendix as an option)

Monday:

Number Chart:  Introduce students to the number of the week with a colorful chart that features a ten frame and ASL hand signs.

Number Mat:  Students can use playdough to form and frame the number. Practice making the hand signs.

Tuesday:

Number Handwriting:  Students work on early handwriting skills as they practice writing the number as the text size slowly gets smaller.  A drawing prompt encourages students to draw and count. Practice making ASL hand signs.

Wednesday

Number Maze:  Students dab their way through the number maze.  Markers or stickers can be used in place of bingo daubers. Encourage students to say the number aloud each time they dab. Practice making ASL hand signs.

Thursday:

Number Activity Page: Students complete a variety of tasks and color in a star for each activity they finish. This activity page includes hands-on prompts such as; build a tower, clap and count…. etc. Practice making ASL hand signs.

 

 

Number Bracelets & Number Bingo
Each week students are rewarded with Number bracelets.  These bracelets include the number of the week and room for students to count and stick on the correct number of stickers.  Number BINGO is provided as an end of the course activity.
      Description

      eBook PDF format

      Sample Pages

      Number-of-the-Week is a no-prep, print-&-go curriculum that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the way to 30.   This 31-week curriculum is scheduled over a 4-day week and coordinates perfectly with our Letter of the Week and our Learn to Read Curriculum.

      Please Note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed. Binder in photos is for illustrative purposes only.

      Overview

      Number-of-the-Week is a no-prep, print-&-go curriculum that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the way to 30.   This 31-week curriculum is scheduled over a 4-day week and coordinates perfectly with our Letter of the Week and our Learn to Read Curriculum.

       

       

       

      Number-of-the-Week Overview:

      Number-of-the-week is a 30-week program that covers 4 days/week.  This no-prep, print-&-go set gives students number themed activities for each day. Number-of-the-week coordinates perfectly with our Letter-of-the-Week program however, it can be used independently as well.   (Number 0 is also included in the appendix as an option)

      Monday:

      Number Chart:  Introduce students to the number of the week with a colorful chart that features a ten frame and ASL hand signs.

      Number Mat:  Students can use playdough to form and frame the number. Practice making the hand signs.

      Tuesday:

      Number Handwriting:  Students work on early handwriting skills as they practice writing the number as the text size slowly gets smaller.  A drawing prompt encourages students to draw and count. Practice making ASL hand signs.

      Wednesday

      Number Maze:  Students dab their way through the number maze.  Markers or stickers can be used in place of bingo daubers. Encourage students to say the number aloud each time they dab. Practice making ASL hand signs.

      Thursday:

      Number Activity Page: Students complete a variety of tasks and color in a star for each activity they finish. This activity page includes hands-on prompts such as; build a tower, clap and count…. etc. Practice making ASL hand signs.

       

       

      Number Bracelets & Number Bingo
      Each week students are rewarded with Number bracelets.  These bracelets include the number of the week and room for students to count and stick on the correct number of stickers.  Number BINGO is provided as an end of the course activity.

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          Queen Nikki
          Love These!

          I highly recommend this program. I love that you can work as quickly as you'd like through these. You don't have to spend a week learning a number if you don't want to or you can spend two weeks learning a number. The flexibility is great.

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          Jenna S.
          Excellent for Preschool or Number instruction

          My special needs Kindergarten age children really struggled with number sense. Counting, recognizing, and writing numbers have not come easily to them. Worksheet based instruction hasn't worked well, but we needed something more formal and with lots of methods of review. This curriculum was perfect for helping them develop number sense. We skipped quite a few pages because we were not taking a whole week for each number, so it was great I could just print what I needed! I'll use this for our preschool math when my younger kids get to the age for that. All together a great curriculum!

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          londa
          Perfect addition to our curriculum

          First time homeschool mom here and I searched all over the resources, worksheets and ideas to keep my little ones busy but also interested in learning. I love the entire pack.

          C
          Crob
          Perfect for Preschooler

          This is perfect for my preschooler. She enjoys to be able to color the pages herself and being able to learn add she goes is a bonus for mommy, ,

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          meagan
          Perfect for teaching the 123s up to 30

          I attempted another curriculum with my child that encouraged the ten block (can't think of what it is called at the moment) but I didn't know how to introduce it slower and the curriculum just started showing it with 1-5 dots and both of us were baffled.
          Love how simple this is. We already have play-dough and snap cubes laying around.