Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Christmas Math Robots for Kinders

Have yourself a merry little robot!
Kindergarten kids will love creating, coloring and decorating their holiday themed robots.

Then they can brainstorm fun tags lines.    
 It's the math, literacy, art connection--a gift that keeps giving, and makes a lasting memory.  

Here are a few more suggestions:
•  Count and point to the number chart
•  Count while singing a counting song
•  Count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s
•  Locate a number on the number chart
•  Compare and contrast different numbers
•  Compare and contrast different robots
•  Compare and contrast a 1 – 30 Chart with a calendar
•  Compare symmetrical and asymmetrical robots. Tell which you prefer and why. 

I love these read-aloud books to get a lively robot-themed conversation going:
Robot Zombie Frankenstein by Annette Simon
What Do Robots Do All Day by Richard Scarry
My Robot by Eve Bunting
If you'd like my easy printables of 30 robots, along with these extras for your kids...

•  Poster: Literacy Connection - Discussion and writing prompts about robots
•  Poster: How to Make a Robot (for a SMARTboard or learning center printout)
•  Posters with Sample Sentences for Smartboard or Writing Center (36 sentences in all)
...please stop by.  And above all, I'm wishing you fabulous memories, and a most wonderful time of the year!

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