Make addition exciting for kids with this playful color by code activity! Print your freebie below and then hop over and snag our Addition Fact Fluency Pack too. Getting Ready When it came to prep, this couldn’t have been easier! I simply printed the page and grabbed our batch of crayons. That’s it! We were ready to play. Color by Code Before handing over the
Hot-diggity dog! We have a yummy addition activity right off the grill for you! Engage your learners’ mind (and belly) with this playful math activity. Scroll down to download your freebie and then jump over and snag our Sandcastle Addition Puzzles for more math fun! Getting Ready To prep the activity, I printed the hot dogs, mustard holders, and recording puzzle on white cardstock and
This popsicle addition match is sure to keep your students engaged with math as the countdown to summer begins! Scroll below to grab your sweet freebie. Then make sure to hop over and grab our Editable Math Fact Pack for more math fun. Getting Ready To start, I printed off the puzzles, ran them through the laminator and cut out the individual pieces. I glued
Addition is a skill that is best reinforced with hands-on materials. Manipulating and moving the number of objects helps students understand the concept of two groups coming together to make more. These bright and engaging rainbow addition mats are a perfect math center to get little hands moving manipulatives and writing addition sums! Getting Ready To prep, I printed off the addition mats full size.
Looking for a fun way to practice addition this winter? These adorable penguins are here to help! Children will love dressing their penguins as they solve simple math problems. With several ways to play, the activity is a great way to differentiate. Getting Ready To prep the activity, I simply printed and laminated the pages. Then I cut out the penguins, boots, and winter caps.
Number bonds are a great way to work on addition skills and memorizing addition facts. These write and wipe cards and playdough mat work on number bonds up to sums of 20. They’re a great, hands on way to work on math with a motivating, pumpkin themed twist. Getting Ready To prep the activity, we printed our cards on card stock and then laminated them
Looking for a motivating way to practice counting to twenty or early addition? Students will get a kick out of these crafty apple ten frames. Roll the die, stamp the apples and write the numbers below! It’s a fun math center they’ll ask to play over and over again. Math is such an important topic for kids to learn and practice. It’s a subject that
If you’re teaching number bonds and would love a break from worksheets, these engaging, hands-on activities are a must. Solve missing addends with playdough, set up a fun math center with write and wipe cards… there are so many possibilities! Teaching Number Bonds Number bond activities help kids build their understanding of the part-part-whole concept, which refers to a whole number being made up of two or more parts. My favorite way to start teaching
Fact families are a great visual for helping children see the connection between addition and subtraction. Grab your free set of write and wipe cards below and add them to your math centers or morning work! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready Prepping this math center took very little time! I simply printed out the fact family cards onto cardstock for durability, then laminated
Nothing says summer quite like ice cream so I knew my kids would love to get their hands on these sweet ice cream math word problems! They’re a super cool way to sneak in a little math review on a hot summer day or just because. Scroll down to grab your freebie and then jump over to snag our editable math fact games for additional