Kindergarten Math war game with manipulatives -a way to practice connecting numbers with objects and recognizing which is larger.

Kindergarten Math War Card Game with manipulatives = Practice connecting numbers with objects and recognizing which is larger.

The ultimate spot for teachers to find math tips and strategies for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. An extensive list of number sense activities and resources are included: books, materials, math manipulatives, and FREE activi

Activities for Building Number Sense to 20

Number Sense : This link has a really great list of different games and activities that can be used to enhance number sense in children. There are also some free printable that go with the activities. These are fun ideas to have in a math center.

Representing numbers in a variety of ways

Pin These number sorts are an amazing way for students to practice seeing numbers represented in a variety of ways. This gives them several visual representations of numbers, so that they have a more concrete understanding of number sense.

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today!

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! This is just an image with no link to a website, but I think it would make an awesome math and fine motor center in any special education or kindergarten clas

It's time to talk about math! The Kindergarten Math Centers {by Create-abilities} comes with 354 pages of number sense, counting, and cardinality math games and activities! Each print and go center can be tailored to the needs of your students and differe

Kindergarten Number Sense Math Centers

Students would have a cup filled colored counters. They should shake it up and dump it out to count the red counters and yellow counters. This teaches cardinality, as well.

A fun new game to practice number recognition, counting, subitizing, and adding. Roll the two dice, add them up, select the correct number of cubes, and build your tower on the correct number in the circle!

Roll 2 dice, add them up, select the correct # of cubes, & build ur tower on the correct # in the circle!

Number sense requires so much practice and repetition —it's a good idea to have lots of activities to keep things fresh and exciting.

Number Sense for Kindergarten

Number sense activities for Kindergarten. Make it yourself and no prep ideas to help students learn numbers to

Missing number clip card freebie! Perfect for math centers!This includes 24 clip cards with missing numbers from 0-20. It includes 2 numbers in a series with a line for the missing number number. Students will clip the missing number. Keywords: math, early numeracy, number sense, kindergarten, counting, clip cards, fine motor, independent centers, first grade, AIMSweb, missing number.

Perfect for math centers!This includes 24 clip cards with missing numbers from It includes 2 numbers in a series with a line for the missing number number. Students will clip the missing number.

Mrs. McGinnis' Little Zizzers: New Kindergarten Teaching Materials

Do something similar for morning msg. Use laminated number sort cards. big numbers on msg. Each child a card, sort appropriately.

Race to Fill the Cup! It's an easy game to play at the beginning of school to work on number sense.

Race to Fill the Cup! Counting Game for Preschoolers

Race to Fill the Cup! Preschoolers roll a dice and count the number of objects to fill the cup. The first to fill the cup wins!

Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers 1-6.

Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers Abby

Ms. Moran's Kindergarten

We have been working this week on composing teen numbers in my classroom. I was impressed with how quickly most of my students understood .

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