Race to Fill the Cup! Counting Game for Preschoolers

Race to Fill the Cup! Counting Game for Preschoolers

Number Line Subtraction Game

Number Line Subtraction/Addition Game. Using this game students can become familiar with adding and subtracting small values from numbers with the aid of a number line. (Helps to teach Math is Magnitude)

Used for subtraction from ten with the Early Years - this looks like a great way to keep maths fun! This can also be adapted by labelling each pin from 1-10. Whichever ones have been knocked down, the child must add them up e.g. knocks down number 4, 7 and 9. The child must then add these up to find the total.

What the Teacher Wants!: Addition and Subtraction. Subtraction bowling with free printable. Fun way to practice basic facts.

Frame a class list and use a marker to cross or check off names -- I have wasted SO many pieces of paper on class lists!

Put a class list (on cute paper, of course) in a picture frame. Use a dry-erase marker to mark students off of a list! Add a line at the top of the page to remind you what it is for. Field trip money, papers signed and returned, etc.

A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity

For attendance? A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity. Later in the year students can generate the questions and write them. Place on light colored paper, laminate, and questions can be added with white board marker.

Here's a great idea for comparative measurement of length.

Pin This activity has students measure their height with yarn. Then they display everyone’s yarn on a poster and they compare them. The students fill out a worksheet using the yarn poster.

top 10 books to read when teaching fractions

top 10 books to read when teaching fractions* read in LA when covering this in math*

Looking for a fun way to practice subtraction facts? Here's a simple activity that mixes sensory play and using a number line when solving subtraction facts.

Subtraction Squish

Such a fun way to practice subtraction facts! Here's a simple math facts activity that mixes sensory play and using a number line when teaching subtraction.

All about numbers

All about numbers (Mrs. P's Specialties!)

Number of the day ways to show a number Number practice poster-great to add to a morning routine. Can adjust for older students for large numbers using standard, expanded, and word sentence structures.

For 4th grade, I can see this as a weight estimation station. Pounds, Kilograms, Ounces...oh my! I can even ask the kids to bring something in!

How Many? Estimating Activity

Number hunt. Great idea to get the children identifying and looking for number.

number hunt - encourage kinder students and families to look for numbers at home and in the community, send in pictures/documentation for a cute display

1st week Math Scavenger Hunt: Students took a walk around the school and took pictures of real life objects that represented a math vocabulary word. Examples: Congruent concrete blocks, parallel lines on the playground, right angles at the corner of a window. Next students wrote about what they found.

Students took a walk around the school and took pictures of real life objects that represented a math vocabulary word. Great for / hunt. Next students wrote about what they found.

Bear in the Cave Game ...love this idea for subtraction. Lots of good math games.

Bear in the Cave Game ~idea for prepositions (in the cave, on the cave, beside the cave.or a math game (ex. you have 3 bears total and 1 is in front of the cave, how many are inside?

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