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May Morning Work 1st Grade Daily Math Review

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This May Morning Work 1st Grade Daily Math Review product can be used as spiral math homework, morning work, or daily math review! This was created to keep your students practicing math concepts all year and to help with morning work routines. Perfect for differentiation and reinforcement of skills taught! Also comes with a PPT that you can project onto your board and complete/check answers together.

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This May Morning Work 1st Grade Daily Math Review product can be used as spiral math homework, morning work, or daily math review! This was created to keep your students practicing math concepts all year and to help with morning work routines. Perfect for differentiation and reinforcement of skills taught! Also comes with a PPT that you can project onto your board and complete/check answers together.

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Daily Morning Math Review for May covers:

  • Counting coins (pennies, dimes, nickels)
  • Counting coins (adding pennies to dimes, nickels, and quarters)
  • Completing math sentences with numbers adding to 140)
  • Labeling coins
  • Tens and Ones
  • Word problems

BUILD ON CONCEPTS (MORNING MATH)

There have been so many times when students say, “But I don’t remember what to do!”  OR “Did we learn this already?” Have you heard these questions? If so, morning math work that constantly either goes over concepts already taught or builds on something that they will need to know for future lessons might help with those issues. Today I’m going to continue talking about five ways to help your students MASTER THE STANDARDS.  Here’s a link back to the main page in case you just happened to stumble upon this blog post. I’ve been explaining what we do to make sure our kiddos are mastering our common core state standards since we have moved to a standards-based report card.  Today I’m going to talk about Morning Math time.

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HEAR FROM OTHERS: 📢

Who doesn't need extra math practice as a spiraling review?  Here what others have to say about these monthly packets.

  • Great resource to practice skills in the morning and during centers.

  • I mostly use this for morning work and LOVE that it follows our curriculum and builds. Student's know exactly what is being asked of them because the flow of the worksheets are consistent.

  • I loved using these with my students! It helped breakdown the material and my students really understood the concepts.

  • I have been using these as part of my homework. The kids love them. 🙂

  • As always, LOVE Shanon Juneau resources 🙂 They are tops in my book!

  • Great for my 6th-8th grade special needs students. It reinforces taught concepts and provides me with time to complete my morning activities (i.e. attendance, etc). I was skeptical about the price but it is a great investment.

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Grade Levels

1st Grade

Subjects

Math

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