This interactive site has four games that would be great for group modeling, small group instruction, or center activities.
This site lets kids practice base ten block representation along with number names, words, and a number line. Be sure kids understand that though the number line looks like a ruler, it doesn't represent inches.
This would be a great link for kindergarteners to practice counting to ten. It's animated with numerals and pictures.
Test your skills at matching numbers up to 20 with their word names and your math facts.
Great site for reviewing finding missing numbers up to 20 when counting.
This site allows students to skip count by any number 1-9. Note that after a few games it no longer counts by multiples.
Match number words to numerals.
Practice finding relative position by clicking the appropriate ordinal number. This SLE is not addressed in Saxon.
This site gives interactive practice with this SLE.
This interactive game lets kids count and type in missing numbers on a hundreds chart.
Same as preceding, but with zero added.
This activity allows students to match sets of sea horses with numbers. They should be encouraged to do so without counting.
Print a set of number cards on two pages.
This is a great site for showing a number conceptually and for counting on a number line.
This site is great for a teacher guided lesson opener. For this SLE, you'll need to set the value of the first animal to +1 and the second to -1. You can also set the beginning number to whatever you want the kids to count forward and back from.
Find the missing number by counting forward or backward. This SLE isn't addressed in Saxon.
This is a great interactive tool that allows kids to use beads to count on or back. It's also good for getting kids to see the advantage to counting by tens when counting larger numbers. Be sure to use it with an equation to help kids with the abstract recording.
Compare two numbers with less than 12 in each set. This SLE is not addressed in Saxon.
This is a great site for practicing tens and ones counting. Students will see this type of problem on the Q1 TLI assessment and beyond.
Select whether you want to write the numbers in standard (number)or word form. You can set the difficulty level.
Kids select an ordinal number to describe where Squiggly the worm is located. This SLE is not addressed in Saxon.
This site can be used for a number of math games and learning activities.
This isn't an interactive site but rather a teacher resource. There are six lessons that use ten frames and various other methods to address many 1st quarter SLEs.
This PPT presentation gives the numeral, word, and an illustration.
Good independent practice for use after a lesson using the SB notebook.
This would be a great site for centers. I recommend asking kids to write the equations they're solving.