Do you use interactive notebooks or math journals with your kindergarteners?

Do you want to practice Math and put it all in one meaningful place for your students?

If you said **YES**, there is an Interactive Math Notebook activities set for your students.
Cutting out manipulatives.

Great practice with scissors. Easy to cut squares.

Checking the answer before gluing and attending to precision.

Reviewing and verbalizing skills learned.

These interactive notebook activities are intended to help students understand how to decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, write numbers from 0 to 20, understand the relationships between numbers and quantities, count “how many?”, identify whether the number of objects is greater than, less than, or equal to, and compare two numbers between 1 and 10, add and subtract with objects, solve addition and subtraction word problems, and fluently add and subtract within 5.

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How to use it:

1. A fun review of grade level Math CCSS skills

2. Substitute packet for days when you are sick or not at school

3. Morning Work, Classwork, and more

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This January Interactive Math Notebook FEATURES:

✔50 Pages of January Math Activities in Color

✔50 Pages of January Math Activities in Black & White

✔Skills Reviewed: Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5

✔Skills Reviewed: Compare Numbers To 5

✔Skills Reviewed: Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9

✔Skills Reviewed: Represent, Count, and Write Numbers to 10

✔Skills Reviewed: Addition

✔Skills Reviewed: Subtraction

✔Fun January activities centered on reviewing Common Core State Standards

✔Packed with common core math problems for review and practice

✔Lots of coloring fun. A MUST: Using a set of crayons or markers.

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These Interactive Math Notebook activities will engage your students in practicing, applying, and reviewing critical math skills for Kindergarten. All one-hundred pages are no prep, print & go for you to easily align with the Common Core State Standards at any time. My son loves his notebook and takes great pleasure in his math accomplishments. I hope your students take pride in theirs too!

Happy Holidays!