Kindergarten Math Intervention Made Easy

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I don’t know about you, but I don’t have a lot of time in my day. As any elementary teacher knows, you plan and teach every subject, but it doesn’t end there. To meet the needs of all your students, you may need to plan activities for intervention too. It can feel overwhelming! What do we do today? Do I have time to get it prepped? Is it really targeting the areas my students are struggling in?

I needed something I could print and prep once and then grab every time I met with students for intervention. That’s why I developed this math intervention binderIt meets all CCSS and all I had to do was print it, stick it in a binder, and add manipulatives. I made the activities reusable by sticking them in page protectors so I don’t even need to make copies anymore!

Best of all, all of the activities are hands-on and engaging. I’ve had so many students tell me that math small groups was their favorite time of day! Here’s a peak at some of the activities included:

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I’ve included multiple activities to work on number identification and number sense because these skills are SO important and can be such a struggle for young learners. Using fun counters like these mini-erasers keeps it exciting!

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Just add magnetic numbers! Don’t have magnetic numbers? I’ve also included printable number tiles you can use. My kids love this activity so much they’ve asked for it to become a center!

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I love these transparent spinners, but if you don’t want to purchase them, a paperclip and pencil makes an easy spinner!

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I like to sneak in fine motor work as much as possible. We often use tweezers and pom poms in place of counters!

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Cubes are perfect for nonstandard measurement!

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Not only do we work on recognizing shapes, but we also compose new shapes!

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If you put your pages in page protectors, you can easily write on them with dry erase markers and then wipe clean!

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We cover multiple addition and subtraction strategies because you never know what’s going to stick with a student!

Want to check the binder out for yourself? Find it here:

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