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use command hooks to attach baskets to the walls of your classroom. Instant storage solution!

Frees up space on a work table. When students finish their work place it in the wall basket. Organize your classroom by Smedley's Smorgasboard of Kindergarten! Stick command hooks on your wall and attach baskets to them.

!0 More and 10 Less! Spin the spinner with a pencil and paper clip, write the number and then write 10 less and 10 more! How FUN and engaging!

10 More and 10 Less! Spin the spinner with a pencil and paper clip, write the number and then write 10 less and 10 more! How FUN and engaging!

During this game, students will practice telling one more, one less, ten more, and ten less than a given number. This game can be used during Envision's Topic 9: Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 100.

10 more/ less & 100 more/ less? During this game, students will practice telling one more, one less, ten more, and ten less than a given number. This game can be used during Envision's Topic Comparing and Ordering Numbers to

Write numbers 1-10 on a beach ball. Make sure to repeat so kids can practice multiplying like numbers. When your child catches the ball, they multiply together the two numbers their hands land on before throwing it to the next person.

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Add It Up! A Gross Motor Addition Game Label beach ball, throw and catch adding 2 numbers under their hands.

"One More" Activity; roll the dice ... add 1 more to cover up the total.... mmmm... 1 less.... change numbers on card and dice and do doubles! LH

Here's a penguin themed bingo board to help students practice adding one more. add one more.

One Less Math Game... could make a board for 1 more....... doubles.... half it.... I'll try it! LH

Simple game to reinforce the concept of "one less" or "subtracting one." Students play in partners. Use 2 dice and count to find the sum. Then, cover up a space on the board that is "one less" than your number. The first player to cover 4 in a row wins!