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What does a number written correctly look like, versus one that is not? In this post, I am going to tell you how I teach my students to write the numbers. So children spend most of their time counting, sorting, and patterning, and not as much time is devoted to doing pencil and paper work.
When it comes to math in Kindergarten, why would we want to spend much time with pencil and paper? When young children begin learning to write numbers and letters, both visual perception and fine motor skills are still developing.
They also need to be very sure of the counting order of numbers. So I tend to send math worksheets home for homework rather than do very many of them in class, since 15 minutes of daily homework is required in my school district anyway beginning in Kindergarten.
So my thought is, why not let them do this sort of thing at home, rather than spend our valuable class time at school doing this? By the way, if you would like a free copy of this number writing worksheet with these large boxes, click here. Just so you know, I do often also ask parents to sign off on having done a short activity with manipulatives with their children as well, such as patterning or sorting.
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Click here to see how I do my homework and get a free copy you can edit. However, many of them still need some help with number formation. This child is doing very well, but still needs to work on numbers two, three, six, and seven.
Also, I would have the child work on getting the horizontal line on the number four to cross all the way over the longer vertical line but not all teachers require that, I know.
And, there is one major problem with having kids do math paperwork at home: This paper shows work done by a child that is very comfortable writing the numbers and clearly knows the counting sequence well. All of the numbers are formed correctly; the only thing that I would help the child with is trying to get the number two to be the same height as the rest of the numbers the child did it twice.
Also, the zero on the number ten is a bit small, but that could have been just a one time error. The important thing to look for when helping children learn is mistakes that are repeated over time; not the single error on a test.
So here is the issue: Or, maybe they need more time to work on their fine motor skills. Whatever the reason, here are some ideas that may help! I have included this sheet as a free download for you today, just in case you are having the same problem!
Of course, it does have one important flaw: Along with this guide, I stapled a practice number writing test with the numbers that needed some work circled in red pen. I hate doing that, because I know that the children will see it, but sometimes there is no other way to get that many messages home!
When we DO practice number writing on worksheets, I usually use my Counting Creatures worksheets below. They are fun or more fun than MOST worksheets because of the illustrations!
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