Recognition/Quantity - Stamp numbers and then use the picture
stamps to show quantity.
Pix Dice - Stamp number seen in dice
stamp in rows of pictures above each other, then raise
hand to indicate they are finished with first phase.
Teacher finds another student, who is also finished,
students switch seats, count stamps, and write in the
correct number next to each row.
many are 100? - Draw 5 small circles... copy and paste
them until you have 100.
Counting - Dot to Dot (counting and skip counting)
- Use the stamps to make groups of 2, 3, 4, 5 etc.. Circle
your groups with the pencil tool!
- Stamp answers to story problems. Ex: There
are three trees in my yard. They have 4 apples each.
How many in all?
- Draw shapes that are the same size ( copy and paste them to
ensure that they are exactly the same size – Use the Grab
Tool and use them to compare equivalent
Tables - 'Draw' the times tables using the stamps, then
write the number sentence next to it. (use the x letter as the
– make flashcards and print out.
clock pictures and import into KidPix (Add menu, Add
Students draw hands to show time.
Variation: Make slide
Make slide show showing what they do during different
parts of the school day or a weekend day.
Graphics (available in small, medium, and large)
Money - use the graphics above to show the correct
Collection and Graphing
- Students create pictographs, graphing results of a quick
survey. Use the stamps to create picture graphs of a topic...
for example, Pets, Healthy Food, and Traveling to School.....-
stamps/ paintbrush effects that are symmetrical /
the lines of symmetry in a friend's picture
letters in your name / the alphabet into symmetrical
groups - e.g., vertical, horizontal, multiple diagonal and
no lines of symmetry.
- Make pictures out of them. Write a story to go
Classify - ask students to sort and classify the stamps in Kid
e.g.: Big things / Small things - Give students a point of
reference - e.g. Stamps that are of things bigger than a car /
smaller than a car.
- Copy and paste shapes to create patterns or extend a pattern
a friend has started.
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