-September -Lego building block board game -Here's a simple game where students move around the board adding and subtracting blocks while trying to build the tallest tower.

First grade common core place value, numbers 11 to number chains and what to do with them! I think earning chains for skills would be great!

What number is missing? A great independent activity! Could even use dry erase markers in the place of the physical numbers.

Tough spot number practice with wet cotton wool buds:) You could use this to practice number recognition and also number bonds. Find OR find 4 + 4

pumpkin math I do a whole week of this stuff every year in October. SO fun! I'll miss it this year. Maybe we can write about our pumpkins instead

Wonders in Kindergarten: A glimpse at our current learning!

Looking for a winter themed activity for your math centers? The Make, Take & Teach Mitten Match activity for addition may just do the trick. Simply print the mittens, laminate and cut them out. Toss a few clothespins in the container and your activity.

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MEASUREMENT understand place value in EYFS. But, for preschool, simply measuring the distance traveled. closest to the tube, furthest, etc.

it has EVERYTHING pumpkin (science, literacy, music, art, dramatic)

Math EPA // Using Cheerios and fine motor control to solve addition problems.

numeral match sensory bin with collected lids-Sharon Wachsmann N is for Number

Just a very simple idea for quieter sessions. Pom poms are so quiet. Children get the pom-poms with chopsticks or tweezers. good for counting sorting and fine manipulative. Can be done individually or they could choose a number then race to collect.

Using wheat hoops to fill in the Numicon spaces- helps support understanding of conservation of number. (Please be aware may cause an allergic reaction for those with nut allergies)

This is great math and science play Playsets For The Imagination - Homemade Rainbows Shop

### A Year Full of Kindergarten Lessons for Understanding Addition and Subtraction

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve! (image/idea only)

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