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To start, you will need your bright yellow sticky notes for the coins. I printed out a template that had a 3x3 square to show me where each sticky note needed to go.
my printer, I needed to put the page with sticky notes face down in order to get it to print correctly. Since it will only print 6 sticky notes at a time you can either print out multiple copies of the template and get them all prepared to print all of the pages at once, or just use one template and print those six, remove the sticky notes and do it again.
Extension Activities:-Practice sequencing numbers 1-30
-Practice counting backward
-Remove a number and have students guess what number is missing
-Ask questions like 'what comes before the number 12' or 'what comes after the number 18"
-Do some basic addition and subtraction using the sticky note number line to count on and count back
-Stick a number on a blank piece of paper. Have students draw objects to match that number.
-Stick a number on a desk. Have students count out objects to match that number.
There are so many different ways you can use this simple activity. Just keep playing until the sticky notes aren't sticky anymore.
Would you like to try this out? I've got the sticky note template and the coins available for free. Numbers 1-30 are include. Just click the button below, enter your information and the sticky note templates will be emailed directly to you.