## Beach Bucket Number Match

Looking to have buckets of counting fun this summer?!  I'm right there with you!  Base 10 blocks are a great resource for young learners to work on counting and identifying numbers. and this number match is here to help. Scroll down to download your base 10 freebie...

## Sunglasses Number Puzzles

These sunglasses number matching puzzles are a perfect activity way to review numbers on a bright day.  The puzzles include ten frames for numbers 0-20 so students can work on counting, number recognition and even number order! Scroll below to grab your freebie and...

## Spin and Color Shapes Game

Learning shape names and characteristics is a math-must! Thankfully, this playful (and no prep!) shape game makes mastering them fun for kids. Snag your copy below and then hop over to grab our popular 2D Shape Activity Pack! Getting Ready Prepping the shapes game was...

## STEM Pattern Block Challenges

Pattern blocks are such an easy way to incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) into the classroom! Just print the pattern block challenge cards below, grab your blocks, and you're ready to build kids' design, problem solving and planning skills....

## Ice Cream Skip Counting Puzzles

Learning how to skip count takes kids lots of practice but these motivating ice cream skip counting puzzles make all of that hard work fun for kids. For even more math fun, grab our Editable Math Fact Games in our shop! This post contains Amazon affiliate links....

## Summer Skip Counting Cards

Skip counting is an essential skill that makes so many other concepts easier… counting on, counting back, addition, multiplication.  These fun skip counting cards are perfect for review over the summer months to keep skills fresh! For even more skip counting fun, be...

## Skip Counting Posters Numbers 7-10

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!...

## Odd and Even Activity Sheets

I love teaching kids the difference between odd and even numbers because once they know the trick, they can easily sort numbers as small as 2 and as large as 419,472,834.  These free odd and even activity sheets are perfect for morning work, math stations or homework...

## Skip Counting Posters Numbers 2-6

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...

## Ice Cream Counting Puzzles

One of my favorite things to do on a hot summer day is to eat ICE CREAM! And since my students love sweet treats too, these ice cream counting puzzles are the perfect way to keep them engaged as we move into summer. Scroll down to grab your freebie then hop over and...

## Numbers 11-20 Activity Mats

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...

## 2D Shapes Sorting Activity

Looking for a print and play 2D shape activity your kids will love? This sorting activity is great to use as an interactive notebook, assessment tool or math center. Grab your set below and then hop over and snag our 2D Shape Activity Pack too! One of the ways we love...

## 3D Shape Puzzles

3D shapes have SO MANY different characteristics!  These playful 3D shape puzzles are a great way to tie them all together! Snag your set below and then hop over and grab our popular 3D Shape Activities in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Getting Ready To prep, I...

## Which One Doesn’t Belong? Cards

Ready for an addictively fun brain game for kids?! This critical thinking activity is an easy way to apply countless math skills including place value, shape recognition, comparison, addition, telling time, math vocabulary and so. much. more. Which One Doesn't Belong?...

## Mystery Numbers

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!...

## Numbers 1-10 Activity Mats

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...

This batch of cookie counting games is too sweet to pass up! Kids will love practicing counting and reading the numbers 0 to 10 and you'll love the quick and easy prep. Snag your set below and then hop over and grab our best selling Number Formation Sheets in our shop...

## Summer Counting Cards

Nothing sounds better to me right now than sitting on a beach somewhere enjoying some fun in the sun! I know my students are just as excited for summer as I am, so I created these summer counting cards for our math centers. Scroll down to grab your counting freebie...

## Watermelon STEM Book

Summer sun means watermelon fun!  Watermelon is the perfect way to add some science and math to summer plans... especially when your hands-on STEM can later be turned into a snack!  This watermelon STEM book is the perfect summer activity. Scroll down to snag your...

## Ice Cream Word Problems

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...

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