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.
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.
Pull out a box of candy hearts for some playful estimating practice this Valentine’s Day. It’s a fun sneak peek at our popular Valentine’s Activity Pack! Getting Ready Prepping the activity was as quick as it comes. I simply printed the estimation sheet (below) and grabbed a box of candy hearts. Easy peasy! Estimating Candy Hearts The download includes an option for kids to grab
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.
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. These adorable Valentine’s themed number puzzles are perfect to pop in your February maths tubs! They are awesome for math centers or focused intervention for those children needing a bit of extra help with
I LOVE everything about Valentine’s Day – especially the yummy treats like COOKIES! These Valentine’s Day clip cards and printables are a motivating way to help students work on number order and the counting sequence for numbers 1-20. Getting Ready To prep the activity, I printed the clip cards on cardstock for durability, laminated and then cut them out. I also printed the worksheet that went along
Nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like conversation hearts! These conversation heart patterns are perfect for a Valentine’s Day party, math center or homeschool activity. Print off the colorful pattern strips, grab a bag of the sweet treats, and you’re all set for some irresistible math. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready To prep, I printed the pattern strips on cardstock to give them extra durability
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 what better way to “keep warm” then with a pair of mittens?! This fun winter themed center activity is perfect for students to work on a variety of skills for numbers 0-10. Using these mitten counting mats, students will work on number recognition, matching, number formation and (of course!) COUNTING! Getting Ready This activity can be used in multiple ways! To
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!