Make number concepts come alive with hands-on activities that help young children see and feel math!
The books in the Developing Number Concept series provide everything teachers require to meet the range of needs in their classrooms and ensure success for all students. Concepts are developed through both teacher-directed and independent activities. Because children learn at different rates, the activities are "expandable," making it easy for teachers to differentiate their instruction. The program is ideal for math intervention programs.
Each chapter of each book includes Chapter Overview, Goals, Analyzing and Assessing Needs, Classroom Scenes, About the Activities, Teacher Directed and Independent Activities, Blackline Masters.
Activities from this series are aligned to the assessments results from Assessing Math Concepts enabling teachers to target their instruction to the needs of each student.
Book 1 focuses on the concepts of counting, comparing, and pattern. See below for additional resources to make implementing the program even easier including pre-printed activity cards for the station activities, manipulative kits, spinners, and dice.