This website can be used as a teacher guided whole or small group lesson. The SLE asks for verbal relative position using ordinal, but the website requires users to know the written names. This SLE is not addressed in Saxon.
This site is great for identifying attributes needed for sorting such as smaller, larger, shorter, taller, thinner, wider, etc. it also lays the foundation for growing patterns.
Students will have to have mastered One to One number correspondence to use this site. It allows them to arrange a variety of objects in a work space and answer addition problems
Use this website along with your manipulative number balances to increase number sense.
This site is great for practicing color matching and symmetry as students explore ways to make a butterfly that is like the one pictured.
Great site for practicing finding missing numbers up to 20.
This site has lots of interactive resources for Stations.
This site has lots of printable Word activities and suggestions for centers.
This is a great site that allows kids to interact with ten frames to count numbers up to ten. This manipulative helps them
There are no pictures on this site, but it's great for numerals and word names.
This is a PPT presentation that can be used with the whole group or at a center.
Internet 4 Classrooms
Though this isn't a state specific site, it's very easy to navigate to find links for most SLEs. If you don't find what you need, be sure to search a few grade levels above and below as there are more resources there.
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
This site makes a tally mark frequency table as kids watch the traffic drive by.
This site has a progression of fraction lessons that will scaffold students' understanding of fractions.
This days of the week game would be great for a whole class intro and then a center.
This link has several sites that can be used to introduce comparing size attributes. These would be good for whole class discussions, small group instruction, or as centers. This skill is not covered by Saxon.
This would be a great station activity for two players. Kids try to get 4 in a row by identifying number of sides.
This Simple Scales activity could be used to solve all types of addition and subtraction problems. The bears appear to be similar in size, but their weights are different. Note that the bears at the bottom and the scale can be hidden to represent unknown quantities in an equation. Model and allow students opportunities to write and solve the equations.
Kids select tiles to complete patterns.
This catchy video/song will help with seconds, minutes, hours, and days.
This site has plans for pattern activities that involve visual, kinesthetic, and auditory aspects. It's a great link to PE.
These seasonal number lines would be a great teaching tool and are CUTE! You'll have to do some cutting or recruite volunteers though.
This is a manipulative site that allows kids to build patterns, cut along lines of symetry and explore with shape making.
Log into Unitedstreaming and do an advanced search for patterns in nature for grades k-2. You will find a variety of video segments to demonstrate this concept, which is not addressed in Saxon.
This site has several interactive teaching tools such as clocks, number lines, hundreds charts, etc. for use with the SMART Boards.
This site gives basic join result unknown problems, but it does provide a work mat and objects for manipulation.
Students sort pennies and dimes into piggy banks. Use after lesson 65.
You can cover just about every Numbers and Operations SLE with the activities on this site. Be sure to model the numerical representation of what kids do when adding.
This is a great site for counting, adding on, and practicing addition facts. When students have mastered number to object connections, they can click add and start practicing this concept. Until then, there are three other counting activities to help move them forward.
You Tube Video
This is a cute song with visuals for learning about coins.
This site can be very helpful for kinders to understand that addition means moving from one point on the number line to the right and that subtraction means moving to the left (and most importantly that any subtraction problem is just the distance between the two numbers). Maybe have them use the floating tools to jump on the number line before they have the computer check?
This is a good site for matching pictures of 3D shapes with their names. It's important to note that it's a site from the UK, so they refer to rectangular prisms as cuboids.
This site lets kids count by any number 1-9. Be aware that after a few games it doesn't count by multiples. This SLE appears in all 4 quarters.
This site lets kids catch fish to put the correct number in their tank.
Students can dress lecky to go out to play in summer, winter, and rain. This site also offers a button that will show weather words.
This site has a variety of interactive games to match the AR SLEs. Very appealing graphics.
This site offers enrichment problems for k-4 that align with the Saxon lessons. Also check out the Math Stumpers for more challenge.
This is an awesome game for counting, cardinality, and subitizing. Little ones may need help practicing with the outline feature to capture sets they've subatized.
This is another very catchy tune to help kids remember the value of coins. The visuals are somewhat blurry, so you'll need to supplement with a lot of real and black/white money.
Children select the missing number between 1 and 10.
This site has many interactive links that align with AR SLEs.