Building Number Sense in Kindergarten and First Grade

Comparing Numbers: Building Number Sense in Kindergarten and First Grade! Plenty of hands-on games and activities that have students identifying, ordering, and comparing numbers

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. Say the word and child flips over the word when they find it. Adapt for phase by sound talking a word and child find word or word with particular sound in.

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. Seuss green eggs maybe adapt for letters/ sounds/rhyming words. (but I think I'll make the yolks green to go with Green Eggs and Ham)

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Math Monsters make greater-than, less-than, and equal signs come to life; the monster faces the bigger number and the equal sign faces forward. Its a cute way to teach the concept.

Comparing numbers using dice and greater than or less than symbols with brass brads

Comparing numbers using greater than or less than symbols with brass brads. Think wipeable squares with clearly written numbers or Braille would be better than dice.

Un truc du genre, mais avec des plus grands nombres (avec C, D, U)

Easter Egg Math

Kindergarten Crayons: Don't Spill the Beans: Beginning Place Value Work for Kinders

Kindergarten Crayons created these cute counting mats to teach place value. I love how they glued the beans to popsicle sticks for

Minuscoli e maiuscole - Mini Matching Game - busy bag - stocking stuffer, present

Inspired by this pin, this simple DIY game is great for a busy bag or a stocking stuffer! Linked up at: The Toys: Craft Sticks Crayola Markers

Developing counting and number pattern recognition by sorting dominoes by the number of dots. EYFS

Developing counting and number pattern recognition by sorting dominoes by the number of dots.

Freebie: Open-ended question for math. Favorite answer a student gave: a spider and Santa. Enjoy!

Freebie: Open-ended question for math. Favorite answer a student gave: a spider and Santa. I love how wide open this question is. It can spark a lot of good math talk and creativity.

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