Using real objects to make math more concrete - comparing numbers

Using real objects to make math more concrete - comparing numbers. This activity meets SACERS Math/Reasoning Activities subscale.

Shape mobile - patterns and shape each student create a string of patterned shapes to add to a group mobile hanging above their table group.

Shape mobile - patterns and shape each student create a string of patterned shapes to add to a group mobile hanging above their table group.Would be good for primary Tie in with Kandinsky?

Fun bumble bee game for numbers and words. Great spelling or math game.

Bumble bee game for kids: maths and spelling

Fun bumble bee game for numbers and words. Great spring spelling or math game. >> use left over Easter eggs to make bumble bees!

Adorable counting snowman game! Helps with number recognition and counting.

Math Game for Kids: Cute Counting Snowman

For Letter S-- Adorable counting snowman game! Helps with number recognition and counting. Another goodie from contrib

This looks like a fun activity that a teacher can use to work with patterns. The shapes used in this example would grab students attention because of the color and shapes.

Ricca's Kindergarten: Patterns & Math Stations Lots of Pattern ideas Algebra standard: Understand patterns, relations and functions

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