One More or One Less
This math game allows students to practice the skill of numbers and operations. Students will roll a die and generate a number either one more or one less. This activity can be extended by using more than one die for bigger numbers or fractions as well. This product includes the following: -Game boa...
Make a Ten: Low Prep, High Engagement (First Grade Fairytales)
Make a Ten: Low Prep, High Engagement, an education post from the blog First Grade Fairytales, written by Kelly @ First Grade Fairytales on Bloglovin’
Videos That Teach Place Value
Math videos can be a great introduction to the lesson for the day. They can also be used to introduce the activity that is being done during math centers or guided math time. I have
Building Number Sense to 20: What All Teachers Ought To Know
Math activities for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. A list of resources, books, manipulatives, and freebies are included!
Susan Jones Teaching: Print and Play Number Sense Games
Number sense is CRITICAL in the younger grades. It is so important for my students to be able to understand what numbers mean and their relationship to one another. Once they have a solid number sense they can then build upon their mathematical skills both inside and outside of the classroom. I have a […]
Rekenrek Freebie & Number Talks
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Buzz Worthy Ideas - 3 Math Routines to Build Number Sense
Discover 3 effective number sense routines that you can use instantly in your classroom. These fun math games and activities are ideal for your math block.
Learn to teach addition and subtraction word problems by problem type. Pay attention to the relationship of the numbers in the problem, not keywords.
Ten Less - Subtract 10
My students still need opportunities to practice subtracting ten from a 2 digit number. I have put together a couple of worksheets and a game to help students with this skill. Some students needed to use a hundred's chart (included) to help them. Other students were more strategic. When they rolled a 5 and 1 they could make 15 and then subtract 10 to get 5 or they could make the number 51 and subtract 10 to get 41. Love games that incorporate both skill and strategy work! Click Here for the…
TASK CARDS TENS and ONES Place Value
This is great for extra practice with matching place value to tens and ones. You can use during centers, guided math groups, or independent work.