Gingerbread 100 and 120 Chart Find and Cover the Number
With a fun gingerbread theme, your students can practice counting, skip counting, find number patterns and develop number sense.
The resource comes with 2 number charts; one from 1-100 and another from 1-120. The activity also comes with number cards. It also can be printed in black and white or in color.
These find and cover the number mats would be great for winter math centers in kindergarten and first grade.
Number recognition is vital for kindergarten students to have a strong foundation for more advanced math skills. It can be hard to practice this skill, but a lot of repetition and various resources will help your students become great mathematicians.
Easy to Prep
These gingerbread number mats are so easy to prep. You will print a mat and set of number cards per student, and you are done. The number cards will need to be cut apart, but you could have your students do that to sneak in some extra fine motor practice!
Plus, once you have them prepped you can use them with all of our 100 & 120 chart activities. The number cards can be used again and again with all the other themes too.
Slide the mats into wipe and write pockets for durability or laminate them. Then students can use dry-erase markers on the 100’s chart too. Store everything in a large container or tray, and this math activity is ready to go!
Setting Up the Gingerbread 100 and 120 Chart Find and Cover the Number
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- Gingerbread Number Find and Cover Mats with Number Cards (button to get the resource at the bottom of this post)
- Small manipulatives or mini erasers
- Write and wipe pockets (optional)
- Print the mats and number cards.
- Slide the mats into write and wipe pockets OR laminate them.
- Laminate the number cards. (optional)
- Cut the number cards and store in a baggie.
- Gather manipulatives, such as buttons, mini erasers, etc.
- Store the entire activity in a large bag or storage container.
Using the Gingerbread Number Charts
Your students can use these gingerbread number charts for many different activities.
To use this game, students will start by choosing a number card from the deck. Then they will read the number and find it on their number chart. Finally, they will cover the number with a small manipulative. Students take turns, and play continues until one of the players gets 5 in a row.
More Ideas for Usage
These gingerbread numbers find and cover mats are so simple but can be used in so many ways. Your students could keep them at their desks for when they need help identifying or writing a number.
Add a recording sheet to up the level of learning for students that are ready for that. If some students aren’t prepared for a full 100 chart, take out the number cards they aren’t prepared for and cross out those numbers on the chart. If the chart is in a wipe and write pocket or laminated, you can use a dry-erase marker to cross them out.
More uses for the Gingerbread 100 & 120 Charts
- Math centers
- Calendar time
- Early finishers
- Small group learning
- Whole class learning
- Tutoring group
- At home learning
- Reference sheet
- Gingerbread or winter-themed unit
This winter math game is great for practice with counting, number recognition, number sense, and one-to-one correspondence; set your students up to learn addition and subtraction.
Click the button below to get the gingerbread 100 & 120 charts find and cover number mats. Enjoy!