This is a one page document that can be used as part of a math journal. Teachers can choose a different number each day (or use the number of d...

Today's number is . This is a one page document that can be used as part of a math journal. Teachers can choose a different number each day. Can be adjusted for older or younger kids.

First Grade Garden: Daily Schedule - Calendar and Math Stretch

I want to use this as a daily number activity at the beginning of math every single day. First Grade Garden: Daily Schedule - Calendar and Math Stretch

Teaching Kids to Count On- This post has EIGHT different ways to help kids learn how to count on, plus a great Addition Eggs Freebie! #kindergarten

Teaching Kids to Count On in Addition- Freebie!

addition & subtraction of whole numbers using objects & pictures* Teaching Kids to Count On- This post has EIGHT different ways to help kids learn how to count on, plus a great Addition Eggs Freebie!

Magnetic number Fishing. They can add, subtract, multiply, put in a number line the numbers they choose.

Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor--I love this for magnetic letter fishing too! When they catch a letter, they say its name and sound.

Teaching addition with clothespins - simple materials and the kids can manipulate it for new addition or subtraction problems.

This is a visual aid teaching number bonds up to Using a coat hanger & clothespins as a visual aid & practical support. Easy for students to visualize.

Roll the dice, find a start with that number and place that number of cubes on the star. You can even require color matching too!

Roll the dice, find a start with that number and place that number of cubes on the star. You can even require color matching too! number sense and count build up in a pattern.

Continuous provision enhancements in EYFS on our funky fingers/finger gym fine motor control area. We are using loom bands to explore 2D shapes.

Continuous provision enhancements in EYFS on our funky fingers/finger gym fine motor control area. We are using loom bands to explore shapes.

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