Find many links that align with AR SLEs.
This game lets you count by tens and ones using base ten block models. The game can be differentiated up to 999.
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. There's also a search option at the bottom.
This song is CUTE! It will help kids learn both to identify and learn the value of all coins and a dollar.
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
This site makes a tally mark frequency table as traffic drives by.
Your SLE requires that kids count up to 50. This site actually goes to 100.
This game gives practice with basic join change unknown problems but allows kids to work with manipulatives on a mat.
Great logical reasoning game for kids who need more challenge.
Sort these cars according to their numbers.
This site offers a variety of primary activities to match the SLEs. Very appealing graphics.
Use the arrow kyes to fly a dragon until you find eggs. Use the mouse to click on the egg, then determine if it's odd or even to save it!
This catchy song/video is a great way to reinforce units of time.
You can use the games on this site to cover many of your Numbers and Operations SLEs.
Great logical reasoning game for kids who need a challenge.
This is an awesome interactive lesson that could be used to completely teach this SLE that is not covered in Saxon. In TLI this SLE is in Module 2 on the 2nd page if you'd like to create a quiz. Feel free to contact me for the practice and assessment I've created.
These number lines can be changed to go with several holidays and are very cute. You'll have to do some cutting though or get volunteers.
Use your classification skills to figure out which pot matches the clues.
Use this number balance along with your manipulative ones to strengthen number sense and teach about the equal sign.
Good matching addition facts/logic game for kids needing a challenge.
This PPT is interactive and can be used for a whole class lesson or for a center activity.
This site has a variety of games that ask kids to sort from highest to lowest. You can use it to teach NO.1.1.9 (M1) for comparing numbers, NO.1.1.6 (M2) recognizing sets of up to ten without counting, and NO.1.1.11 (M2) relative position.
This site provides ideas for pattern lessons that involve auditory, kinesthetic, and visual aspects. It's a great link to PE.
John A. Van de Walle
This site has a variety of activities including one more, two more, doubles, near doubles, make ten, etc.
There are many good sites linked here. Some are games, and others provide the blocks to use as manipulatives as kids solve their own problems.