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Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: back to school

This would be good to put in a journal also or add to calendar time on the smartboard! Number anchor chart- possibly make as signs with dry erase option- laminate. Good for beginning of the year because its easier

gives them a reference in the classroom

Plemons' Kindergarten: number sense: Cute anchor chart idea for each number. Could have students collaborate in small groups to create a number and then hang them up as a resource.

how many more, how many less anchor chart, this shows students how match up cubes so its easy to see how many more or less there are

Teacher Stuff: Math Chart Share!!

Love this visual for "how many more?" Number comparisons for finding the difference in subtraction. Have kids color in & show the difference in subtraction. Connect to how many more /less word problem & # sentence

Adding this to my anchor charts, it always seems that kids have problems with this.

Creative way of teaching tally marks. In kindergarten, we use tally marks as one of the ways we keep track of the days of school. This also helps the kids learn to count by and

Exercice simple de mathématiques - Jacques aimerait ça!

Summertime Math

Number of the Day activity. One teacher said, "I saw a wonderful teacher do this every morning and it was awesome." Morning Math warm up.

Pinned by Amy Slusser

"Chrysanthemum" Back to School Activities. This is a good activity for students to do in the beginning of the year because they get to start learning counting and learn each others names. PRE-K

Magnetic number of the day. It could be stationary or mobile. Great idea!

Pinning so I remember waht I want to do with my magnetic Scrabble tiles. Math center made with oil drip pan. Think I would add money to it too. Velcro to back of shelf.

my favorite addition math stations. This one is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the 2nd addend. Then solve the number sentence. The kids really like it!

This math station is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the addend. Then solve the number sentence.

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