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.
Number sense is such an important skill for children to develop. And understanding the concept of place value and representing numbers in different ways is essential in building that number sense. This super cute snowman is perfect to use for number of the day practice, morning work or math centers and is easy to differentiate for all learners in your class! Getting Ready To prep,
Kids will love putting their math skills to the test as they follow the clues on these mystery number clip cards. Featuring numbers from 10 to 100, the cards challenge kids to review odd and even, adding and subtracting, and place value in the ones and tens places… all at the same time! Getting Ready This was such a low prep activity! I printed the
Learning place value is an important math skill for kids – understanding numbers and how they work is integral to higher math. This ice cream place value game makes practice a breeze by adding a hands-on method for learning about ones and tens and how they combine to make a two digit number. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready To get ready, I first grabbed a
Adding multiple numbers, let alone numbers in the hundreds, can be a bit intimidating for first graders. Thankfully, this fun roll and write math activity is a motivating way to make this tricky concept more concrete and visual. It’s great to use with our NO PREP Place Value Activity Pack! Getting Ready To prep the math activity, I printed out the recording page and the three dice
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! Getting Ready To prepare the cards, I printed them out and laminated them.
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 is an awesome math challenge for first or second graders. Be careful! There’s not just one right answer. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready To prepare
Some math concepts are harder for kids to learn than others. That’s certainly true for greater than and less than symbols! Luckily, these hands-on alligators help make sense of the complicated math signs and motivate kids to practice again and again. They’re a perfect addition to our NO PREP Place Value Activity Pack! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready To prep the activity, I simply printed the
Developing number sense is something that takes kids time and a lot of effort, but these Number Sense Mystery Puzzles make learning exciting and challenging! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready Prepping this math activity was quick and easy! I started by printing out a few copies of the 100 chart and the matching mystery number cards (below). I printed everything on Astrobrights
This glittery shamrock addition game is a fun way to work on double digit number recognition, addition, and expanded form in first grade. Everything is more magical with a hint of sparkle, don’t you think?! Getting Ready To prep this math center, I printed off the shamrock cards (below) onto thick cardstock for durability. And because I have a room full of six and seven-year-olds, I also