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# Numeracy

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Fun Games 4 Learning: Domino Math Games - DOMINO WAR - would be good to pull all sums of ten, or doubles depending on student need

I have added three new activities to my Easy Print and Prep Kindergarten Math Centers Bundle. I try to stay clear of using worksheets in our kindergarten classroom- I prefer to use hands-on activities and I find that students learn just as much, but they enjoy playing much more! Here is a deeper look into… Continue reading New Hands-On Math Centers!

Subitizing Game. Subitising is an essential skill for developing number sense, we do so much of it in my class so I am always on the look out for new ways to practice these skills! Such an important skills for our students with learning disabilities, especially autism.

Firework-inspired activities, suitable for an Early Years setting - from Rachel (",)

Good morning! In Kindergarten and Grade 1, students need practice subitizing. That is, being able to recognize at a glance and name familiar arrangements of objects without counting. It’s a…

Pick out a lolly stick and see who has the highest number. EYFS

Sharing glass nuggets between our friends' mini me's. EYFS

There are so many different ways to use dominoes in math. Here are a few of my favorite ones. Domino Keepers Addition a game for 2...

Teachers, looking for math centers for your first grade classroom? Check out these easy to set up math center printables to use during guided math or when teaching in small groups. Link leads to ten simple to use awesome math centers that teach addition, subtraction, place value, measurement, hundreds chart, doubles facts and more.

Roll the dice and build the tower. Eyfs maths counting and number recognition game.

Number lines were not used for teaching addition and subtraction when I was at school, but when my kids started infant school we were introduced to these as a simple tool to help them understand these concepts. With my oldest, he has always been so quick with mental calculations that I admit I never saw […]

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