# Maths fun

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Math towers - unit block addition activity printables - math activity with blocks

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Do your students need develop their number sense skills? Practice with 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less? If they do this pack is a perfect way to practice these skills in a independent hands-on way! Use the prepared 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less number cards or use the blank 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 l

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Teach how proper hand washing and brushing your teeth keeps bodies happy and healthy! This unit is filled with supplemental activities to engage your students as you explore various hygiene and dental health related topics. In this unit, you will find hands on activities, experiments, songs, printab...

FREE MATH TASK CARDS Kindergarten

Little Miss Kindergarten - Lessons from the Little Red Schoolhouse!: Decomposing Numbers! (ideas only)

Attach number sentences to pipe cleaners, then have students thread bead that represent the sentence. -Concrete -3D

Math Tip Monday - Back to School - Anchor Charts plus an Anchor Chart FREEBIE!! Number representations for numbers 1 - 10.

Self checking hands on adding activity

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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 there friends! I am so excited to get this post put together! I’ve been accumulating pictures from the past few weeks in order to put them all in ONE fancy post! 🙂 This year we approached addition head on with all of our fun strategies! After a couple of weeks we found the instruction […]

I would probably do all kinds of ball patterns: soccer, football, volleyball, etc.

Circling Sums is a must-play game in the primary classroom! The goal of this game is for students to recognize combinations of numbers to find the sum. If your students need help with subtraction, make sure to check out Circling Differences! I've included a Google Drive Resource for Google Classroom...

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