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Easy way to introduce addition.

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

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Attach the correct number and color of links to each ticket. From: The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays

Making Math Fun With Unifix Cubes- a great way for kids to visualize and understand too!

Making Math Fun With Unifix Cubes

Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization

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FiddleStix - Here's a new way for kids to sort addition or subtraction facts! Free idea from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide.instead of Popsicle sticks, use gemstones with answers written on them.have a different set of stones and egg cartons f

Popcorn maths

"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.

Great, hands-on way to teach kids what teen numbers really mean. {A Hand Made Childhood}

How to make a Montessori "teen" board (Adding n = teen number) Take it further by adding 10 to other double digit numbers. (A Hand Made Childhood)


Started by setting out a couple of addition flash cards and the child to make the addition problem with the cubes. Show child that they can self check with the answers on the back. Can also use with Legos!

I love this adorable magnetic pig and money.  A fun way to practice money skills.

Money piggy bank - cookie sheet, glue coins to magnets. Could have them make the amount on the piggy bank.

Clothespin Math on a clothes hanger! Easy to make, and self explanatory. I'm thinking a wire clothes hanger would work better, so the clothes pins are easy to slide back and forth (almost like an abacus).