Snag this addition freebie! "Build it" cards have students practicing addition within 20 and showing their answers. Go a step further and have students use a part-part whole mat and explain their thinking to a partner or in a math journal!

More Math Stations and an Addition Freebie!

Snag this addition freebie! "Build it" cards have students practicing addition within 20 and showing their answers. Fun and hands-on activity for a math station or maybe even a math center?

Adding machine! :-) super simple to make and fun for the kids to learn about adding/composing numbers!

Math Concepts: This is an adding machine! It is super simple to make and fun for the kids to learn about adding/composing numbers. It will help those kids understand the equal sign in a way they haven't experienced before.

Monster math games - lots of fun ways to practice math facts

Monster math games number fun

My kids love playing these Monster math games. Check out these great ideas for making math fun, with ideas for children from toddlers to ten. (Idea to use with Benji's speech? Feed his word cards to a monster!

How many are here today? Ten frames and photos of the class. Will use this as part of our morning routine.

Integrating math into everything is key for learning and practicing the skills. This activity involves counting during morning meeting for attendance with the class. It also helps build a positive and welcoming classroom environment.

Say It Make It Write It For Maths - how to use this FREE printable for simple addition using Numicon | you clever monkey

Say It, Make It, Write It For Maths

Simple Maths Games To Play Together - grab these FREE printable games to play at school or at home to improve young children's maths skills

Learning about Shapes! {free shape poems}

Learning about Shapes! {free shape poems} (Freebielicious)

"Clear up" game I've made. Adaptable for different abilities. Cover numbers and roll the two dice. Add together and remove covered number. I've used a dotty and number dice to encourage children to count on from a given number.

"Clear up" game I've made. Adaptable for different abilities. Cover numbers and roll the two dice. Add together and remove covered number. I've used a dotty and number dice to encourage children to count on from a given number.

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