# Kindergarten Math

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## Kindergarten Place Value

:Math has never been so yummy! These FREE Place Value Ice Cream Match make practicing counting double digit numbers fun for elementary age kids.

Place value butterfly puzzle math station where students use 86 mini task cards to identify and color by number on a 100 chart that are represented by base 10 blocks OR simply numbers! 2 versions included for easy differentiation! This is a fantastic, fun way to get students to practice identifying ...

For a ton of first grade place value activities, resources, and fun ideas - keep scrolling down! Unless, of course, you want to read about ...

Place value takes a lot of practice and these free task cards are a great way to do just that. This sample set of task cards practice skills such as ordering numbers, skip counting, expanded form, comparing numbers, base ten blocks and more. They could be used for math centers, individual ... Read More about Place Value Task Cards

Try these winter activity center for your math and literacy centers with 12 different games for Kindergarten or first grade students.

Activity for ages 4 to 7. Place value is a tricky concept for most kids, so I have been pulling together lots of hands-on place value activities to make all of that hard work fun for my five year old. Just like the Place Value Concentration game, this freebie is a motivating way to help kids learn […]

Place value worksheets: FOURTEEN differentiated place value (numbers up to 50) cut and pastes to help your students practice place value in base 10! There are: - FIVE Place Value to 20 cut and pastes - TWO cut and pastes that practice tens (20, 30, 40, etc.) - TWO Place Value to 10 cut and pastes

Activity for ages 6 to 8. Just like our Place Value Concentration game and I Have – Who Has cards, our newest math activity makes learning ones, tens and hundreds super fun for kids. As players compete, they practice reading and writing three digit numbers and base ten blocks – two key steps toward understanding the ins and outs of […]

Fun and engaging place value games for first grade that are perfect for math centers or whole class activities. Includes free printables.

I am a huge advocate for teaching students the WHY before the PROCEDURE when learning a new math concept. I am a firm believer that teachers owe it to their students to teach them multiple ways to solve math problems. We all learn concepts in different ways and math is no different. With that said, this post is going …

Activity for ages 6 to 8. Place value is such an important math concept for early learners because it builds a solid foundation of number sense. This apple-themed place value match up will be the perfect addition to your small group math instruction or your math centers this fall! Scroll down to grab your freebie […]

For a ton of first grade place value activities, resources, and fun ideas - keep scrolling down! Unless, of course, you want to read about ...

Understanding place value is FUN and easy for 1st-4th graders with this cute, free place value activity making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

A fun adaptation of the popular kids card game, War, this math game is perfect for reinforcing and assessing learning about place value.

Here is an easy and inexpensive little tool you can make for teaching about place value. Grab yourself some pill boxes from the dollar store,…

This winter-themed, hands-on place value activity is perfect for math centers in Kindergarten and 1st grade to learn about teen numbers and place value!

My kids love Place Value Yahtzee! Learn how to play this fun place value game and download your free Place Value Yahtzee score sheets. Great for grades 2-6!

Math activities for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. A list of resources, books, manipulatives, and freebies are included!

Place Value - This is a free place value matching game. This place value matching game includes numbers up to the hundred thousands. There are 22 pairs of cards included! Enjoy and please feel free to browse the other products in my store. Click on the links below to view other items in my store:P...

How to teach place value in math. Math games for hands on learning for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade. Math place value

Do your students understand place value? From 1st to 5th, place value is the backbone of many skills. Check out these manipulatives and activities.

Looking for place value games for kids in K-2? Print these free games to give your child practice counting hundreds, tens, and ones.

This week we were starting to get into the swing of math. I was planning the way I want to be planning. I knew what I was doing for the week by Sunday- and that hadn’t happened yet this year. Our activities were fun, engaging, hands-on, and had bodies moving. I was so excited. And […]

Use these 24 "I Have, Who Has" cards to practice and review place value. These cards only practice ones and tens. I hope you find them useful! Melissa McMurray www.fisforfirstgrade.blogspot.com...

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These little DIY place value mats from The Teacher's Wife is on my list of things to make this summer. Here's a place value FREEBIE fr...

Players: 2 Directions to make game: 1. Make 2 copies of the place value cards. 2. Cut out, glue to cardstock, laminate. Directions to play: 1. Shuffle cards and place in a pile face down. 2. Each player takes a card from the top of the pile. 3. Each player says the number made. The player with the ...

This free place value bingo will help you children develop number sense as they identify numbers 20 - 50 using base ten blocks, tally marks, and more.

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We've been working on place value around here this month, and it's been a lot of fun too. The kids caught on quite quickly, as normal, and ...

Kindergarten students are expected to know how to compose and decompose numbers from 11-19 into ten ones and some further ones (the standa...

FREE Sprint to 100 Place Value Game from DownUnderTeacher on TeachersNotebook.com (4 pages)

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This FREEBIE now contains 3 printable Place Value Games for tens and ones. The games review base ten blocks, expanded number, number words and tens and ones. The games are - Dinosaur Roll a Double - a print and play game sheet for 2-4 players. This game reviews base ten blocks.Dinosaur Ladders Place...

Free place value game over at The Fabulous First Grade blog. Check it out. It's cute :)

It is so important for kids to have a strong understanding of place value because it is tied to so many math skills. One of the ways you can help children

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I've uploaded my Tens and Ones Bingo Game to TpT. This game uses minimal ink as I find I am always running out! I needed something that didn...

This adorable snowman themed place value activity is a fun way to explore expanded form and increase number sense. Perfect for a snowy day!

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This FREE Coconut Counting Math Activity for Kindergarten is low-prep and super fun! Your students are sure to love these independent centers!

Grab our FREE Printable Halloween Roll and Graph Math Activity! It's perfect for children in pre-K and Kindergarten. Use this in your math center!

Grab this free printable Fall Roll and Graph Math Activity! It's perfect for math centers, small groups and partner work. Practice early graphing skills!

These counting centers are perfect for teaching early numeracy skills like number recognition, counting, subitizing, quantity, and one-to-one correspondence to 20 to Pre-K and Kindergarten students. If you are looking for hands-on and engaging counting activities for your classroom - these are for y...

This fun pack is filled with engaging math and literacy centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten students with a Halloween theme.

These shape centers are perfect for teaching 2d and introducing 3d shapes to Pre-K and Kindergarten students. Explore 2d shapes such as circles, triangles, squares, ovals, rhombuses, rectangles, hexagons, and trapezoids, and have fun with 3d shapes like cubes, cones, spheres, pyramids, rectangular p...

These subitizing centers are perfect for building number sense and mathematical fluency in Pre-K and Kindergarten students. Subitizing allows students to recognize how many objects are in a set without counting, and this fun pack of centers and activities will help them practice counting on, combi...

These easy prep color centers are perfect for teaching counting to Pre-K and Kindergarten students. This set includes number recognition, counting, subitizing, and quantity.

These easy prep subitizing centers are perfect for teaching subitizing to Pre-K and Kindergarten students. This will help kids learn and stregthen skills.

These graphing and measurement centers are perfect for working on early graphing and measurement skills with Pre-K and Kindergarten students! If you are looking for hands-on and engaging measurement activities or fun, easy-prep graphing activities for your classroom - these are for you! Designed ...

Grab our easy-prep Subitizing Activities and Centers for Pre-K & Kindergarten to strengthen early counting skills in the classroom!

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Practice counting and 1 to 1 correspondence with our FREE Fall Counting Clip Cards. Our free printables are perfect to use in Kindergarten math centers!

Working on subtraction can be a blast with this fun and simple subtraction LEGO game!

This exciting pack is filled with engaging math and literacy centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten students with a Fall theme.

Get kids excited about their manth lesson with this gummy bear math printable set! This incorporates graphing, patterns, and addition.