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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Numbers (0-20) and Number Words (zero-ten) Sequencing (Hearts - February)

I can't believe January is almost over, but I can't wait until February. February is such a fun month with hearts and candy filled with reds and pinks. Sometimes it seems like students enjoy Valentine's Day more than Christmas. They get so excited over exchanging Valentine cards. 

Here's a great way to combine learning with fun as students sequence numbers 0-10, 11-20, 0-20, or number words zero-ten. Using these different combinations of numbers and words provides for differentiation depending on the level of your students. Lower students might still need to practice sequencing 0-10 while others may be working on 11-20 or your higher level students may be ready to sequence number words zero-ten.  

No matter which numbers or words your students are working on, students love adding their own colors to these hearts. After coloring, students cut out and glue the hearts in order onto a long strip of paper. You can use a sentence strip, long construction paper pieces taped together, or poster board cut into strips. 

The following photos show the numbers and words included in action. 
February Heart Sequencing Numbers 0-20 and Number Words zero-ten.

Numbers 0-10

Numbers 11-20

 Number Words Zero-Ten

Finished strips with each level of numbers/words!

I hope your students enjoy this number sequencing activity for February!

This Number Sequencing activity is available for 
ONLY $1.00 for 3 days!
Saturday, January 24th
Sunday, January 25th &
Monday, January 26th

You can click on any of the photos above to access it or click HERE

I hope your students ENJOY this Numbers and Words Sequencing Pack. 

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  1. I love this! I may just have to snag it for only a dollar... my kinders would really like it. And I have a few that need the 0-10 still but others who are pushing higher numbers. Hm... Thanks for having it on sale for a while!
    Daisy Designs

    1. You are welcome Amanda! I hope your students enjoy this activity!