Multisensory Number Writing Bundle – This digital collection created by Thia Triggs, School Based Occupational Therapist, is packed with fun and engaging multisensory number writing activities. Numbers Next! includes five number writing activities, an instruction guide for teaching numbers 0-20, and a simple to use one page progress monitor tool. Try out these FREE sample pages.
1. Constructing Numbers with Lines and Curves (16 pages)
Before children can write they can put together puzzles. Constructing numbers with lines and curves is an effective readiness skill for number writing and is an incredibly fun activity.
2. Tracing Cards & Classroom Number Poster 1-20 (32 pages)
Go-Dots and arrows give children the visual information they need to start at the top and go the correct direction. When children practice correctly they develop correct motor memory of number formations. Dice demonstrate quantity and aide in subitizing skills! The number-line poster gives your students access to this information at any time.
3. PlayDoh Mats (35 pages)
This is a great multisensory pre number writing task. Cards can be used as a math station to: Read and Sequence numerals 0-20; Use base 10 blocks giving kids a chance to develop one to one correspondence: practice left to right sequencing skills, gain understanding of quantity, and aid in subitizing skills!
4. Early Number Writing (30 pages)
Three levels of difficulty to help support children in transitioning from tracing to writing numerals independently. The space for writing is well defined but children are not yet expected to place letters within lines. Color or black and white printing options are provided.
5. Instruction Guide (7 pages)
Provides tips including best practices for explicit instruction, numeral path of movement language and a number writing song.
6. Number Instruction work sheets: #s 0-20 (22 pages)
Students begin to learn to write numbers on primary 3-lined paper. Sheets are grouped by similar formation so that children can use skills that have learned to make the next numbers. These sheets are not arraigned in numerical order as they provide instruction based on movement learning.
7. Progress Monitor Tool (5 pages)
Use this quick and simple-one page record to document student level, describe progress, and differentiate Instruction.
7 Digital PDF documents
147 pages total
✼ THANKS SO MUCH for providing all of these hands-on activities for learning numbers! My Pre-K students love forming the numbers with the puzzle pieces. You have done a tremendous amount of work and it is much appreciated!
✼ Great package with useful instruction information and quality tools and handwriting practice.
✼ Excellent resource – love the varied activities!!!! Thanks
✼ My kinders are loving all of the activities from this bundle!
✼ Thanks for sharing your hard work and dedication – this will be used continually in my classroom.
✼ Great way to engage students!
✼ As always, a great product!
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