TpT Seller Challenge Week 3: Make your Masterpiece

Thanks to reruns of Flipping Out on my DVR and two cups of coffee I have had a rather productive morning.  I am excited to have finished my masterpiece for the TpT seller challenge Week 3 Challenge.



This number packet has tons of activities to practice number identification 1-20.  Whenever I begin a packet I always start with the cover first.  Does anyone else do that?!  Perhaps it stems from my scrap booking days.  I stumbled upon this adorable clipart from Whimsy Clips and couldn't resist going with a detective theme for this new pack! Plus, who doesn't love a cute dog as their trusty sidekick?!

As I started to create this packet I had my kindergarten kiddos in mind and the activities I do at the beginning of the year to help them with number sense.  I wanted to create some hands on activities for students to practice counting and working with numbers.  We spend the first 13 weeks of school focusing on number sense.  This time is critical.  Kindergartners need that solid foundation of number sense to help them as they manipulate and work with numbers.

In this packet I have included: 

Numbers with ten frames


Color the number of animals and write the number


Number Puzzles 1-20

Fill in the missing numbers


Count how many and write the number


Number puzzles 1-05, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20


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A big thank you to these lovely ladies for their continued effort on this great challenge!  Be sure to check out their blogs to see other great masterpieces!





16 comments

  1. Great product! I like the detective theme. I just finished mine and it was math based as well.

    Laura
    Kinder Kraziness

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    1. Thank you Laura, I looked at your packet and it looks great!

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  2. How cute are those detective dogs?! Your kids are going to love it!

    Jen
    KindergartenCoffeeTalk

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    1. Aw, thank you Jennifer. I am excited to try it with my kiddos this fall!

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  3. Very cute packet and cute blog! Just so you know I still plan on having a linky party next week! I just posted all about it. Hopefully you will be able to link up!
    Brigid

    Bits of First Grade

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    1. Thanks Brigid Ann, I will check it out and I am definitely interested in linking up! :)

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  4. You did such an amazing job with your TPT Seller Challenge Masterpiece! I LOVE your detective theme and that doggie is so cute!! You should be very proud of all your hard work, it looks great and I know my kinders would love using it! Thank you so much for sharing and offering a chance to win it!!

    Warmest Wishes,
    Erin
    Kindergarten Dragons

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    1. Aw Erin, you are so sweet. Thank you for your kind words. I can't wait to try it with my kiddos this fall.

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  6. Oh Diana, this is adorable! I love the different ways that you are representing the numbers and the variety of activities you have! You are making me wish I was moving to K instead of 2nd! Your kiddos are going to love it (and you!)

    Jillian
    The Starr Spangled Planner

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    1. Thank you Jillian for your kind words. I am looking forward to trying these activities with my kiddos this fall. Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  8. Diana, this pack is great!! I LOVE the detective theme. The kids always get so into it! I am going to suggest this packet to the K teachers at my school! Great job!
    Moore to Learn

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    1. Thank you Kristen for your kind words! I appreciate you taking the time to look through it! :) Thanks for the recommendation.

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  9. Love the theme! Such great activities included, too!
    Andrea
    Always Kindergarten

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  10. Love the detective theme... the kids are always motivated to "be detectives". This is a great way to review number sense at the beginning of the year!

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