Math Tubs: Numbers
Students spin the spinner, identify the number, say its name, then color/cover one of the numbers they spun on the number coloring sheet. Instead of having to copy   you could laminate and have students cover numbers with some sort of manipulative. I prefer to have them cover the numbers rather than have to spend time and resources on copying.
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Pink, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Brown, and Black Crayons/Manipulatives
Students roll their dice, read the number, and color squares on a 100s grid to represent the number they rolled. First to reach 100 wins!
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Students place the top in the center of the number grid and spin. Once the top has stopped, students then read the number and create it using counters.
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Students place the top in the center of the number grid and spin. Once the top has stopped, students then read the number and create it using counters.
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Students roll the play dough or clay in to thin snakes to form numbers. Number cards can be made and laminated for durability.
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Students form numbers on the Geoboard with rubber bands.
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 Geoboards
 Rubber Bands
 Geoboard Number Templates (Math Their Way Geoboard Numbers) (Blank Geoboard Paper  2 Kinds)
Students practice writing numbers. These could be printed, laminated, and then used with wipe off crayons.
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Number Writing Practice #2
Students practice writing numbers.
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1:1 Correspondence & Counting Math Game
Students take turns rolling a die and moving their game piece towards the finish line.
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Number Puzzles: Number Recognition, Counting and Matching
Students assemble puzzles while practicing their number recognition, counting, and matching skills. I have four math bins that contain the puzzles. One bin holds the easier "foam" type puzzles. A second bin holds our peg board number boards. The third bin houses four different count and match number puzzles. Our final bin, the fourth one, has our "hands on learning" 5piece number puzzles that feature numbers 020.
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Peg Board Number Puzzle by Lakeshore Learning

Number Match Ups by Lakeshore Learning

Numbers Count Game by Educational Insights

HandsOnLearning Number Puzzles by Scholastic
 Number Train Puzzle
 Counting Bugs Puzzle
Students toss a cube, identify the number that they rolled, and then record their toss on the recording sheet.
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Students toss a cube, identify the number that they rolled, and then record their toss on the recording sheet.
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Played just like the "real" version of the game Connect 4. Students partner up, select a chip (distinguishable from their partner's chip), and play begins when one player selects a "cell" from the bottom row. The player must read the cell's contents correctly before placing their chip/counter (or coloring the cell). Players should try to block their opponent. Play ends when a player "connects" four cells in a row (diagonally, horizontally, vertically).
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Literature TieIns  
Cover  Title  Author  Online Resources  Math Focus 
Two Ways to Count to Ten  Dee  1  Prime Numbers  
One..., Two..., Three...Sassafras!  Murphy, S.  MathStart1  Number Order  
A Three Hat Day  Geringher  1  Ordinal Numbers  
Henry the Fourth  Murphy, S.  MathStart1  Ordinal Numbers  
Handa’s Surprise  Browne 
1  Ordinal Numbers  
The April Rabbits  Cleveland  1  Ordinal Numbers  
The Thirteen Days of Halloween  Greene 
1  Ordinal Numbers  
The Tiger Who Came to Tea  Kerr 
1  Ordinal Numbers  
On The Staris  Larois  1  Ordinal Numbers  
Missing Mittens  Murphy, S.  MathStart1  Even, Odd  
A Pair of Socks  Murphy, S.  MathStart3  Even, Odd  
Even Steven and Odd Todd  Cristaldi  Hello Math Reader #1  Even, Odd  
The Odds Get Even: The Day the Odds Went on Strike  Chapman  1  Even, Odd  
One Odd Day  Fisher  #1  Even, Odd  
Among the Odds and Evens: A Tale of Adventure  Turner  #1  Even, Odd  
Mr. Magnolia  Blake 
1  Even, Odd  
Ocean Counting: Odd Numbers  Pallotta  1  Even, Odd  
Underwater Counting: Even Numbers  Pallotta  1  Even, Odd  
1  I Can Count the Petals of a Flower  Wahl 
1  Even, Odd 
Odds and Evens  Goennel 
1  Even, Odd to 13  
I Spy Little Numbers  Marzollow 
1  Numbers 