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This week , we worked on two dimensional shapes. Each year , I usually do an activity with food and sorting the food by shapes. I would use...

Fun Addition Game for kids. Fun kindergarten math center.

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This visual representation provides an introduction to multiplication and division. It explains what the two are, and also hints at the relationship between them. Perfect for organizing thoughts for students!

I found an alphabet hunt on pinterest and have been using it with my bingo dabbers. Since I have kids that need to work on number recognition I made this number hunt. I will say the number and the dot it with their bingo dabber. If you don't have one of those dabbers you could always just a highlighter. :) I do this in small group work but you could just give them numbered notecards and have them pick a card and dot it as a center. :) Number hunt

Fun Bowling Subtraction Game - Fun Math ideas for Kindergarten. #kindergarten #firstgrade #preschool #easymathgames #

Free number sense mystery puzzles! What a fun way to practice place value in kindergarten or first grade.

In kindergarten, students begin to learn about place value by decomposing numbers into 10 and some ones. In first grade, students begin to transition to decomposing bigger numbers and exploring concepts of place value by decomposing numbers up to 100. Why teach place value? What do students need to do this? They’ll need to know ... Read More about Place Value Math Centers

Hey teacher friends! Can you believe that May is finally here? We have 12 more school days left in our year and I am finding myself breaking out my two most recent interactive notebooks that

Could you use a good Kindergarten Counting Activity? This one is a cinch to set up, and is lots of fun. Counting, subitizing, and even a bit of addition.

Hey guys, how's it going? In math, we have been working on quite a few things!! Normally, teachers like to read Chrysanthemum on the first day of

FREE Base Ten Blocks Creations: Place Value Activity I saw something similar to this on Pinterest a while back and decided to try it with my first graders. I love the idea of combining math (place…

Place value is one of the foundations of math, so it makes sense that when our students don’t understand it at a conceptual level, they struggle when learning new concepts (e.g. multiplying and dividing by powers of ten). Teachers are pressured to move kids through a curriculum when they know what their students need is solid […]