number anchor chart. Totally want to make these for next year!

math: number anchor chart that reinforces multiple representations of numbers; SO helpful for students with disabilities.

Lovely idea.... could also do doubles... joining them together ... 1 and 2 2 and 4 3 and 6 etc LH

Number sequencing for preschool age, recognise and order numbers from 1 -

Number formation display

Number formation display I think this is fabulous for engaging the boys. I would probably introduce one number at a time and slowly build it up.

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Great for mathematical development: Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

GREAT IDEA for measuring! Love it! And we could have these in the small world play too!

Ages: M: Use common measuring tools in correct content. Any object that stands up straight would be idea to use (blocks, legos, or pop sickle sticks).

Hands-on beaded display for no bonds to 10 (",)

Hands-on beaded display for Number bonds to 10 - could be easily extended to 20 for year 1

This is very cool and easy math activity and found very useful to teach sorting and counting. I would pass this pin. Children will match the same color of pom-pom with the bottle color.

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.


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