Fun, hands-on ways to teach counting, cardinality, number sense and place value.
Try these skip counting with QR codes activities! QR (or Quick Response) codes are a great way to make learning more engaging for kids at school or at home. Children love solving math problems and then scanning the QR codes to see if their answer is correct! Perfect for math centers or homeschool activities! #mathcenters #QRcodelearning
These cookie count and clip cards work on so many different math skills! Counting, number recognition, reading number words, fine motor skills… these cards are packed with learning. Perfect for every pre k and kindergarten classroom and sure to help kids build a strong number sense. #earlylearningmath #numbersense #mathclipcards
These printable write and wipe addition cards are a perfect addition to any kindergarten or first grade ocean unit. Easy to reuse again and again for an engaging math center or small instructional group. Kids will love how visual this addition game is, really building on a strong number sense for kids.
These robot addition cards are a great way for students to practice adding numbers to 10. Kids will love building the robots on the ten frame to visually see the addition equation and teachers will love the easy prep! Perfect for a math center or small math group activity! #addition #tenframes #mathcenters
These festive Christmas tree counting cards are the perfect activity to practice number recognition, counting, one-to-one correspondence, number writing and even beginning addition. Pre k and kindergarten kids are sure to love these engaging cards and would even make an easy math center or small group instructional activity! #countingcards #mathcenters #numbersense
This fun and festive Reindeer coverall activity is a wonderful way to practice number and 10-frame identification, and its FREE! Perfect for pre k and kindergarten kids! this game makes a great math center or small group activity for building number sense with young learners. #numbersense #counting #mathcenters
This roll and snack game is sure to entice all early learners! All you need is some paper and a snack item for every color of the rainbow. Kids will roll one or two dice, depending on skill level and add a snack for each value they roll. Once they complete the rainbow, it is snack time! This a great game to build a strong number sense foundation.
Interactive notebooks are super popular in classrooms these days, and it’s because they engage kids’ full attention. This interactive addition activity is constructed so there are lots of math addition questions on just one interactive page.The academic and fine motor skill level is aimed at first graders, however, kinders can also use it with guidance. #interactivenotebook #addition #kinder #firstgrade
These cookie jar addition cards are perfect for teaching early elementary kids about place value and the tricky teen numbers! This engaging write and wipe game makes a great math center or small group activity! Kindergarten and first graders are sure to love and learn so much from this game! #addition #teennumbers #thetrickyteens #mathcenters
A hundred chart is such a great math tool for early elementary kids! You can do countless activities that build number sense! Included in this Free hundred chart resource are 10 different ways to use a hundred chart to work on different skills such as counting, more and less, odd and even and so much more! #hundredchart #mathgames #moreandless #counting
These hands-on number bond activities are great visual math tools to build addition skills with kindergarten and first grade kids! Perfect for a math center or small guided math group. Kids will love using playdough and counters to practice their math skills and grow their number sense. #addition #numberbonds #mathcenters
Coding is the language programmers use to make technologies like computers and robots do what they need them to do. These 10 coding activities for kids are perfect to get kids exciting about this up and coming skill and to help them understand exactly what it is! Kids are sure to love activities from decoding a secret message to programming a robot!
This fun Lorax Number Match Up game works on counting, number recognition and fine motor skills, all in one activity! Perfect for pre k and kindergarten kids! Kids will love building Truffula trees to match the number on each card and teachers will love the easy prep of this engaging activity! Perfect as an extension activity after reading the Lorax by Dr. Seuss or as an Earth Day activity!