a practical idea for teaching place value

Expanded Number Form This is a great way to teach expanded form using styrofoam cups. Put the cups together to make the standard form of the number and separate them to see the expanded form.

Printable Roll it, Write it, Count it Mats useful for making links with the written number and 1:1 correspondence

Printable Roll it, Write it, Count it Mats

Lego math games

Math Concepts: Playful learning with Lego math games. What a simple and fun way to learn math concepts.

Numicon & aqua beads on rockmyclassroom.com

Use aqua beads with numicon shapes. Fish out a shape, then fill it in with beads, counting out loud!

Missing Numbers Clip Sticks is a fun math activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten, homeschool, number line, math centers, math practice, counting

Number Line Missing Numbers Clip Sticks

Missing Numbers Clip Sticks is a fun math activity. Create number lines with one or two numbers missing on lollipop sticks.add the missing numbers to a peg and the pupil can indicate their choice to place in the gap.

Building Math Fluency in the Special Education classroom is easy with these 4 tips. Check out how I build Math Fluency in my Autism Classroom!

4 Tips for Building Math Fluency

Building Math Fluency in the Special Education classroom is easy with these 4 tips. Check out how I build Math Fluency in my Autism Classroom! Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

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.

numeros de 0 a 10

Use theme/holiday related objects and tongs or tweezers. Children will sort colored pompoms into numbered cupcake liners. By using chopsticks, children will also develop their fine motor skills. {Pre-k} {Individual}

My team made a large Numicon board for outside. The children often match the large Numicon to this. Here they were adding large coins to the holes.

My team made a large Numicon board for outside. The children often match the large Numicon to this. Here they were adding large coins to the holes.

Name graphing!

I do this at the beginning of the year to work on name recognition but I really like how this graph is set up! Back to School - math counting

Finger displays

Orientación en Galicia: Traballando a numeración coas mans

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