__Math Skills Covered in Math Mats__

*Subtraction word problems

*Addition math fact practice with fingers, number lines, 10 frames, and pictures, as well as figuring out the missing addends, adding 3 numbers, and whether equations are true or false.

*Subtraction math fact practice with fingers, number lines, 10 frames, and pictures, as well as finding out the missing numbers, subtracting 3 numbers, and whether equations are true or false.

*2D Geometry – draw, identify, and describe shapes

*3D Geometry – identify, describe, and match shapes with real life objects

*Measurement – counting number of units, describing which object is tallest/shortest/longest, and drawing objects that are taller/shorter/longer

*Time to the hour and half hour – add hands on clocks & reading clocks

*Months of the year

*Numbers to 100 – fill in missing numbers and completing number charts

*Write number words to 20

*Place value to 20 – counting and drawing ones and tens blocks

*Greater and less than

*1/10 more or less

*Number order to 100

*Ordinal numbers to 10

*Tally marks

*Odd/Even

*Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s, & 10’s – counting groups and using the skip counting patterns

*Graphing – adding data onto graphs and answering questions

*Sorting – counting groups and making a sorting rule

*Patterning – create and complete different types of patterns

*Money – identify and count coins (provided in Canadian on additional pages)

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Emily Levine says

Any chance you will be making third grade math mats?!

Thanks,

Emily

scheinbere@hotmail.com

Elyse says

I plan on making them for second grade eventually and then third grade if the interest is there. Thanks for your comment!

JennyB says

I would love to purchase these if and when you make them for grade three.

Proud to be Primary says

Thanks so much for your interest, Jenny!

Proud to be Primary says

Thanks so your interest, Jenny! At the moment I don’t have plans for a third grade set, but you never know!!