These math workshop tools for students are designed to help you have the resources you need for your math workshop.
We envision printing sets of the tools you will be using throughout the year on colored card stock and laminating for durability. You can create a complete set for each student and have students store their set in a baggie or other case in their desks. Or, if you are worried about missing pieces, you can create a class set of the tools as you need them and store by type. We have included a student toolkit booklet so that you are able to provide students with an easy to use reference book for math class.
You can download the complete collection by clicking on the bold, blue words at the bottom of this post.
We have created the following math workshop tools to help you assemble your classroom tool kits:
- dot cards
- ten frames
- large number cards 0-10
- number cards 0-20, word cards
- number cards 0-120 with math symbol cards
- blanks 100s chart
- 100s chart
- small 100s charts
- blank 120 chart
- 120 chart
- small 120 charts
- blank number paths 1-10
- number paths 1-10
- number lines 1-10
- number lines 1-20
- tens & ones work mat
- hundreds, tens & ones work mat
- blank ten frame
- blank five frame
- number bond work mat
- subtracting on a number line work mat 1-10
- subtracting on a number line work mat 1-100
- fractions work mat
- blank clocks
- My Math Toolkit Booklet for students – this contains many 1/2 sheet pages that you can pick and choose from to create personal toolkits that are just right for your students. The pages are created so they can be cut apart and stapled at the top. (We have included three versions of a place value chart so you can use the one that fits the standards in your grade level.)
You can download the complete collection of tools here: Math Tools for your Workshop
We would love to see pictures showing how you have used these resources in your classroom! Share creative ideas below to help other teachers get the most of these tools.
You might also like our number bond cards that can be found here: Number Bond Sort