Teen numbers can be super tricky for kids to grasp, but this playful math center is here to help! Scroll down to grab your freebie. Then, grab our Editable Math Fact Games in our shop for more math practice! Getting Ready To prep the bubble teen numbers activity, I printed the pieces on cardstock and…
There is nothing cozier than a warm cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows when it starts to get chilly outside. Students will love counting marshmallows to match the numbers in this playful number activity! Scroll below to grab your wintery freebie and then take our 5 Day Challenge to make your classroom STEM ready! Getting…
When I shared skip counting posters for the numbers 2 to 6 a little while back, many of you asked for the next four numbers in the series: 7 to 10. Wish granted! When you’re done hanging up these fun posters, snag our Editable Math Fact Games for more math practice! Skip Counting Posters These…
These free skip counting posters are great to use during whole class instruction or as a helpful reminder to display on the wall. Teaching children how to skip count builds their number sense, helps them learn how to quickly count on from a given number (4 more than 16 is 20, for example) and begins…
We have been working hard not only on learning to count, but on developing an understanding of numbers, what they mean and the variety of ways to represent them. Since our 1-10 number activity mats were such a help in practicing these skills, I knew that we were ready to pull out our teen number activity…
Help students practice counting up by 1 and adding 10 with these playful mystery numbers sheets. They’re a simple (but powerful!) way to dive into place value. Grab your copy below and then hop over to snag our Place Value Cover Ups for even more playful learning! Getting Ready Hundred charts are a powerful tool…
Learning about numbers is more than learning to count – it requires understanding what numbers actually mean. These 1-10 number activity mats make it fun to practice number recognition, formation, counting, ten frames and tally marks all in one. They’re the perfect addition to any preschool or kindergarten math lesson. Getting Ready Preparing the number activity…
There are so many things that can be learned with a hundreds chart! They are a fabulous tool for learning counting, skip counting, problem solving and more. These hundreds chart missing numbers challenge cards are a fun addition to your math lesson or activity plans. They’re are sure to give young mathematicians a brain exercise! …
These Valentine’s number puzzles are a great way to practice place value. Place value is a skill that requires continued practice. Some children even need DAILY reinforcement to understand the links between a number and the different ways that it can be represented. But once they can understand this concept, it’s so valuable to them…
These cute penguin write and wipe number cards are the perfect way to practice writing and sequencing numbers! Snag your set below and then hop over and grab the jam-packed Winter Activity Pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers – it’s bursting with playful and hands-on math and literacy centers your kids will…
Ordering numbers doesn’t have to be scary! Help kids practice ordering 2-digit numbers with a playful batch of monsters! Scroll below to grab the freebie and then continue the playful learning by snagging our Editable Math Fact Games! Getting Ready To prep, I simply printed and laminated the cards for extra sturdiness. Then, I cut…
Help kids develop a rock solid understanding of place value with this motivating pack of 14 build and compare sets.
Students will love using their base ten blocks to build each pair of numbers so they can see which one is greater.
And YOU’LL love that the activity is so easy to differentiate! Every set comes in 3 versions: practice 1 to 20, 1 to 50, or stretch kids who are ready by pulling out the 1 to 120 option.
This math center is great to use as a math station, morning work or early finisher activity.
Looking for a motivating way to practice letters and numbers?! These pattern block challenges are a MUST!
The print and play cards have kids build all 26 uppercase letters, their 26 lowercase pairs PLUS the numbers 0 to 20.
Students will have so much fun that they won’t even realize they’re working on problem solving, geometry, math vocabulary… even beginning fractions!
To make it easy for you to differentiate, there are TWO versions of the activity:
-> For Pre-K or beginning Kindergarten, have students build the letters and numbers directly on the full size mats.
-> For later Kindergarten and First Grade, stretch students by giving them the mini versions of the pattern block designs so they have to look at the image and then recreate a real-life replica. They’ll practice shape recognition, of course, but they also work on their design, engineering, problem solving and scaling skills too. By adding a little extra dose of thinking, they magnify their STEM skills.
INSIDE YOU’LL FIND…
–> 2 versions of uppercase full size mats (in color + black and white)
–> 2 versions of lowercase full size mats (in color + black and white)
–> 2 versions of 1-10 full size mats (in color + black and white)
–> 2 versions of uppercase letter task cards (in color + black and white)
–> 2 versions of lowercase letter task cards (in color + black and white)
–> 2 versions of 0-20 number task cards (in color + black and white)
–> Record sheets
–> A bonus challenge asking kids to pick a number or letter and find ANOTHER way to build it.
-> The set even includes record sheets and challenge worksheets for kids who are ready for a next step.
Working on comparing numbers?! This mega pack of motivating, hands-on activities is a must-try. All eight games include easy ways to differentiate so you can quickly stretch students who are ready for a challenge or provide support for kids who need extra practice.
The eight comparing numbers games are perfect for preschool or kindergarten!
INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:
–> Alligator Crunch. Help your alligator eat the cookie with the most chocolate chips.
–> Block Towers. Use unifix cubes or LEGOS to build and compare number towers.
–> Ten Frame Clip Cards. Compare the ten frames and clip the correct comparison symbol in the middle.
–> Roll and Compare. Roll the dice and write the corresponding comparison.
–> Number Munch. Complete the number sentence with the correct symbol.
–> Compare Bears. Compare two sets of counting bears to find the biggest number.
–> Button Jars. Count the buttons in each jar and clip the one holding the most.
–> Candy Shop. Flip two gumballs and make a number sentence.
Make it fun to practice reading and writing numbers from 20-30!
INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:
–> 11 memorable rhymes/posters (one for each number from 20-30)
–> 11 number activity sheets (one for each number from 20-30)
Swapping themes from season to season is a great way to teach students about the passage of time. These activities can provide kids in preschool, kindergarten and first grade helpful ways to explore the whole year. Whether you’re looking for apples, leaves and pumpkin centers in the fall or snow, penguin and hot cocoa themed…
January math and literacy centers just got a whole lot easier to plan! Just hit print.
These 20 print-and-play stations practice sight words, shapes, math facts, telling time and so much more.
They are perfect for kindergarten and first grade!
Check out the full list of what’s included below.
INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:
–> Rhyming Sort
–> Beginning Sound Cards
–> Ending Sound Cards
–> CVC Word Sort
–> Word Family Clip Strips
–> EDITABLE Sight Word Board Game
–> EDITABLE Flip & Write Sight Word Game
–> EDITABLE Sight Word Graph
–> EDITABLE Sight Word Spin & Write Game
–> EDITABLE Spin & Cover Sight Word Game
–> 3 Story Starters + Word Cards
The set also includes math activities teaching critical skills including numbers, telling time, addition and subtraction.
–> 2 Sets of Mystery Number Challenges (Counting by 1s AND Skip Counting by 2, 5 and 10)
–> 2 Sets of Math Fact Puzzles (Adding within 12, EDITABLE Puzzles)
–> EDITABLE Spin a Math Fact Sheet
–> EDITABLE Color by Math Fact
–> Number Bond Write & Wipe Cards
–> 3 Sets of Telling Time Puzzles (Telling time to the nearest hour, half hour and quarter hour)
–> 2D Shape Match Up Game
–> 2 Versions of Spin & Cover Game (2D and 3D Shapes)
–> 2 Versions of Roll & Cover Sheets (Numbers 1-6 and Adding 2-12)
THAT’S 20 JANUARY MATH AND LITERACY CENTERS IN ALL!
Holidays are such an exciting time for kids and when you’re able to bring hands-on, fun activities into the classroom you can amplify their joy! We’ve compiled a list of many easy-to-set-up centers to celebrate throughout the entire year with your PreK, Kindergarten and first grade students. Whether you’re looking for centers to be completed…
There’s nothing quite as sweet as pulling out a math center that’s easy to differentiate, fun to play AND requires zero prep. That’s why I know you’re going to be smitten with these 3 no prep dice games! Snag your set below and then hop over to join The Plato Pack so you can get…
Ten frames are one of my favorite tools in the classroom for building number sense. Since my students loved our apple ten frame printables, I knew they would love to work with some fall ten frames as well! These fun printables are great way to build number recognition and counting skills with preschoolers and kindergarteners. Getting…
Adding in seasonal themes to everyday learning activities can be super motivating for kids. These apple ten frame printables are a great way to work on numbers and counting with preschoolers and kindergarteners this fall! They’re even great for a back to school activity! Getting Ready These printable ten frame activities couldn’t be simpler to prepare. I printed…
Dice games are always a favorite in my classroom… as is anything that involves coloring. When I put the two together, it’s an instant hit! These apple tree math dice games are sure to be a favorite for your learners this fall too as they roll and color their way to number sense and fact…
After kids learn how to count, it’s time to stretch their number understanding by working on sequencing. Asking a simple question like, “What number comes next?” does just that. Snag your freebie below and then hop over to take our 5 Day Challenge to set yourself up with STEM centers that you students will love…