Number of the Week Program

Number of the Week Program

Number of the Week Program

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$15.00$30.00

Sample         Format: PDF        Grade: PK        Pages: 171       BUNDLE & SAVE

Number-of-the-Week curriculum is a no-prep, print-&-go program that covers numbers 0-30.  With hands-on activities, students learn how to count, write, read, and sign all the way to 30.  Skills covered include number recognition, number formation, asl number signs, counting, number order and more! This 31-week curriculum is scheduled over a 4-day week and coordinates perfectly with our Letter of the Week and our Shape of the Week Preschool Curriculum. 

What’s Included: 

  • Covers Numbers 0-30
  • Simple Weekly Format
  • Colorful ASL Number Charts
  • Number Playdough Mats
  • Number Formation & Handwriting 
  • Number Mazes (Dab & Dot)
  • Interactive Number Worksheets
  • Number BINGO
  • Number Bracelets

 

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⭐No Expensive Teacher Guides

⭐Encourages Independence

Description

Number of the Week Preschool Math Curriculum

Hands-On & Engaging Curriculum!

Product Overview:

A simple preschool math program you can use as your core! Our Number-of-the-week curriculum is a 31-week program that provides activities 4 days/week.  This no-prep, print-&-go set gives students number-themed activities for each day. Skills covered include number recognition, number formation, asl number signs, counting, number order and more! Number-of-the-week coordinates perfectly with our Letter-of-the-Week program however, it can be used independently as well.   (Number 0 is also included in the appendix as an option)

Covers Key Standards & Skills

What’s Included: 

  • Covers Numbers 0-30
  • Simple Weekly Format
  • Colorful ASL Number Charts
  • Number Playdough Mats
  • Number Formation & Handwriting 
  • Number Mazes (Dab & Dot)
  • Interactive Number Worksheets
  • Number BINGO
  • Number Bracelets

Print & Go Curriculum!

How to Use:

With a simple weekly format, this program will print in the exact order you need everything.  Most families will print the program front to back and place it inside a 3-ring binder.  Teach your child by reviewing the number of the week each morning. Here is a weekly overview of the included daily activities:

Colorful Number Charts

Introduce students to the number of the week with a colorful chart that features a ten frame and ASL hand signs.  These charts look beautiful when hung throughout the classroom for an easy reference. Students build number recognition and ASL skills. 

Playdough Number Mats

Students can use playdough to form and frame the number of the week. Encourage students to roll small balls to represent the number, then squash them as they count. This is great for building one-to-one correspondence. 

Number Handwriting Worksheets

Students work on number formation and early handwriting skills as they practice writing the number. Text sizes slowly get smaller as they work their way down the page.  A drawing prompt encourages students to draw and count. 

Dab & Dot Number Mazes

Students dab their way through the number maze.  Markers or stickers can be used in place of bingo daubers. Encourage students to say the number aloud each time they dab. Students work on Number recognition skills. 

Preschool Math Worksheets

Students complete a variety of number-building tasks and activities.  Skills include drawing, coloring, number words, fine motor mazes and more.  Additionally, each activity page includes hands-on prompts such as; build a tower, clap, and count, jump and count…etc.

Number BINGO & Bracelets

Each week students are rewarded with Number bracelets.  These bracelets include the number of the week and room for students to count and stick on the correct number of stickers.  Number BINGO is provided as an end-of-the-course activity.

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3 reviews for Number of the Week Program

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie (verified owner)

    We like it! I wouldn’t change a thing. If you have a preschooler of different ages this is great too. It have something for my 4 year old and my 2 year old. I as a parent particularly love the bright colorful number of the week printout that I can display for the week. It makes it so easy when they don’t know the number to say “Ok go count the black dots” and see them discover what the number is.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Thembeka

    Beautiful and exciting for learners age 3-6 years old. Children love ,I love it myself. The program itself its easy to manage its coloful and it attracts them as well

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leah (verified owner)

    This is a great way to start math for early learners. I suggest starting this WITH the Letter of the Week program.
    We started this late and my son loves the math work. I tried doing a number a day to try to catch him up, but that ended in a lot of tears for him (and me).


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