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Just a quick note about a wonderful session at a conference I attended today called "Activities to Undo Math Misconceptions". It was based on a book by Honi J. Bamberger and addressed the math concepts of money, time, counting, fractions, place value, and equality in K-3. The best idea I saw all day was a way to help kids understand coin values! You can use unifix cubes and a hundreds board to really drive home the understanding that different coins have different values. What a great idea…

**Update** This was featured on The 2 Sister's TheDailyCafe.com Newsletter on July 6, 2012! I have several options for my Daily 5 Word Work where kids can choose activities to practice their independent words. One of the stations I like best is How Much is Your Word Worth? This is a fantastic way to combine math and spelling! I have assigned each coin a value and students need to figure out how much their spelling word is worth. There are some additional questions on the bottom to determine…

Try this fun math card game and practice place value with your second grader! Decide which number is bigger in order to earn points!

I love these strategies for learning addition facts! Plus, you get nine free NO PREP addition games!

Anyone else singing the song when they read that title? Ok, good! :) The other day at Staple's I found this play money and coins in their dollar section. Add to that I was using the "everything in this bag is 15% off" deal and I was super excited! I bought a few packs of each. Today I felt inspired to create some money themed games for my kiddos. I don't currently have any money games out in my math games except for a set of flashcards. I decided to use one set of the coins to make a kaboom…

Five in a Row! Roll 3 dice, add them up and subtract 2! Such a FUN and effective way to practice addition and subtraction!

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

A simple to learn and fun math card game that teaches kids ways to make 10 using addition and subtraction skills.

Looking for a way to practice those doubles facts? Try this free printable doubles addition game.

This free addition and subtraction activity turns learning math facts into a game!

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My third grade mathematicians have just finished up chapter one of GoMath which covers number sense. I felt very comfortable with their end ...