(2012-08) What's the number? Kids ask questions like Is the number greater than/less than....? Is the number between ___ and ___? Is there a 2 in the number?

"Guess the Number" Kids ask questions like "is the number greater/less than___?", "is the number between ___ and___?", "is the number in the tens place___?", "is the number to guess the selected number.

(2011-07) Beat you to 20

Counting/Adding Game: "Race you to could easily be adapted to a lower number for younger children or made more difficult by adding a subtraction element. I can totally make this for my classroom!

(2011-12) Ziplock quilt game ~ put cards in each square and have children swat the answers with a flyswatter

Ziploc Quilt Counting Game

Neat idea for maybe a small group. Number Recognition: Ziplock quilt game- put cards in each square and have children swat the answers with a flyswatter. Could be used for math, literacy, science, vocabulary, anything!

Kindergarten Math Curriculum. Great ideas for teaching students basic math facts. {Lane and I have been using colored Popsicle sticks to add and subtract and he would also make patterns as he was laying them out lol! ~Kari} | best stuff

Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization

fun math game

"Guess My Number" math game. Teacher or student thinks of a number and the other kids ask questions. Mark off numbers as they ask the questions. What a fun idea.

Tally mark math games

Tally Mark Dominoes & Speed Racer Math Games

Tally mark math games - frugal too!

Tally Mark Dominoes & Speed Racer Math Games

Freebie - First Grade - Veterans Day Ten More, Ten Less

A concept many students struggle with. Using a visual number chart for children with visualisation issues may assist with this activity.

Esquemat Tablas de multiplicar de @notemates

Times Table Worksheets – 19 and 20 – Twenty Four Worksheets / FREE Printable Worksheets

This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. You can choose the one that is best for your class. 1) Blank Fraction Bars 2) Colored Fraction Bars 3) Labeled Fraction Bars 4) Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars I suggest using card stock to make fraction bars. Students can use fraction bar pieces as manipulatives to solve problems.

This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. Blank Fraction Bars Colored Fraction Bars Labeled Fraction Bars Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars I suggest using card stock

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