These adorable gingerbread ten frames are the perfect follow up to one of my favorite holiday children’s stories: The Gingerbread Man! The activity is a playful way for preschool and kindergarten kids to work on numbers and counting. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready These ten frame activities are super simple to prepare, which makes them great for a quick, no prep activity. I
We get a lot of rainy days in spring, but we don’t let that stop us from having fun! This raindrop ten frame counting center is the perfect addition to our spring math centers. It’s a great way for preschool or kindergarten students to work on counting and identifying numbers to ten while working with ten frames. Getting Ready This math center is a cinch
As kids learn to recognize numbers and count to 100 and beyond, it is important that we be sure they are developing an understanding of what each number actually means. For example, what does 63 really mean? This pot of gold base ten block match is a hands-on activity for kindergarten and first grade students to playfully work with numbers in the base ten system.
Mastering addition and subtraction facts takes a lot of time and practice, so why not make it fun with hands-on activities that feel like games?! This valentine math fact match is a great math center or small group activity for kids who are working on addition and subtraction within 10. They are sure to love it this Valentine’s Day! Getting Ready This math fact game
Winter is coming, and for a lot of places that means cold weather, and maybe even snow. Even if you don’t live where it gets cold in the winter, you can add some fun winter-themed activities to your learning centers like this playful mitten number match. It’s a great way to work on ten frames, twenty frames, and number recognition with Pre-K and Kindergarten students!
With the holiday season approaching, one of my favorite themes is often gingerbread. There is just something about gingerbread related activities that can make holiday learning so fun! Since they loved our gingerbread ten frame printables so much, I knew my kids would love these gumdrop count and clip cards too. They are a great holiday activity for working on counting sets to 20 with
With autumn in the air, we are having fun with our share of all things pumpkin and other “traditional” fall themes but, sometimes, a break from the norm is fun to shake things up. This autumn-themed counting center does just that as kids practice number recognition and ten frames with playful crows! Getting Ready Prepping this game was fairly quick and simple, which is helpful
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 Ready The activity was a cinch to prep. I simply
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 mats and work on those tricky teens. The mats are
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 fluency. The games are perfect for Pre-K and Kindergarten, and