Math Expressions

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Addition anchor chart. Looks like he is going to give things a big hug and group them together.

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Well first off my little bloggy venture with Ffion from The First Grade Jungle is up! Please go check it out and enter in our giveaway! We are super excited about it! Second, since I have been absent for sometime now I figured I would catch you up and unload everything I have been storing on my camera. This means picture overload! Sorry. Generating Questions before reading (inspired by The Inspired Apple) Character Glove thanks to inspiration from Debbie Diller. I use this during small group…

Miss G loves playing all sorts of card games, so when I came across Make Ten, a simple game that focuses math skills and uses just a generic deck of cards, I knew it would be a total hit. The idea came from this awesome book that’s brand new called 100 Fun and Learning Games for Kids

Make Ten {an easy card game for kids} - Mama.Papa.Bubba.

Make Ten... A fun and easy card game for kids that reinforces math concepts and uses a regular deck of playing cards. Free printable play mat included!

Playdough Subtraction Activity for Kids - LOVE this fun and clever idea for kids to practice subtraction! Great math activity for preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade.

Playdough Subtraction Activity for Kids

Kids are going to have a blast practicing subtraction with this math games for Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten age kids using playdough. Playdough Subtraction Activity for Kids I love fun, hands on math idea! This fantastic Playdough Subtraction Smash from Mama Papa Buba is such a fun, creative way to teach kids about subtraction! Make […]

Edible Flat & Solid Shapes forwhen I teach shapes 2 and 3 dimensional. Really like this!

Momma Always said " Never play with your food"

Last week we learned about 2D (Flat) and 3D (Solid) figures in my classroom. I am teaching the new Common Core Math this year and loving it!!! All week we did hands on activities to learn how to identify flat and solid figures. Monday we did a paper bag activity. I put flat and solid figures into a paper bag and each child had to reach into the bag, feel the figure and identify the figure as a flat or solid. After the figure was identified the student pulled the figure out of the bag for the…

A Very Kinder Christmas (and a FREE gift for YOU)!

A Very Kinder Christmas (and a FREE gift for YOU)!

Just a little holiday FREEBIE for my followers... :) Download this free math activity HERE! Don't forget to check out my Christmas Centers BUNDLE! on sale November 27th-December 1st SEE IT HERE! Visit my TpT store...

This set has six hands-on centers for teen numbers in kindergarten. Great activities for math stations!

Teen Numbers Centers for Kindergarten Math

This set has six hands-on centers for teen numbers in kindergarten. Great activities for math stations!

Using magnetic number strips to work on combinations of numbers. Great for additive reasoning and makes an easy to use math station or intervention!

Combinations of Numbers with Magnetic Sticks

Tweet What an exciting week for back to school! A few weeks ago, I wrote about making magnetic counting strips and using paper clips to do a variety of early numeracy activities. That post has been super popular and shared many, many times! As I continue to revisit ideas from Teach Like a Pirate my creativity has been great and I have really been trying to think outside the box. Today I want to share with you how I have taken the same sticks and gone to the next level for mathematical…

Subitizing activities & printable game cards

Making Math Fun! - Cara Carroll

Happy Saturday! I know this is going to sound cliche and all, but seriously….where did the summer go?! August is only a couple of days away and most of my teacher friends are starting school either this coming week or the next. Oh summer…we loved you so!!!! Now it’s upward and onward and we’re getting …

~ for composing or decomposing numbers ~ color the circles ~ then write a sentence ~ then convert to a math problem using signs ~ link to free printable ~ can use for numbers 0 -10 ~ could also use manipulatives on the empty circles as a graphic organizer for preview and practice ~

CRA for Composing and Decomposing Numbers - Math Coach's Corner

Students need a wide variety of concrete experiences composing and decomposing numbers to provide ongoing practice throughout the year.

Math Mania Games! FREE Games to Help Build Math Skills

Math Mania Games! FREE Games to Help Build Math Skills

Grab a TON of FREE Math Games to help strengthen your students' addition & subtraction skills!