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Little Minds at Work: New week: Plans, Math Centers, Freebies & More!

About 17 years ago, I spent one week during the summer receiving Math Their Way training.

About 17 years ago, I spent one week during the summer receiving Math Their Way training. At the time I was teaching first grade and I used.

About 17 years ago, I spent one week during the summer receiving Math Their Way training. At the time I was teaching first grade and I used.

number spider (missing a couple of legs).great way to work on decomposing numbers.the beginnings of distributive property. Older kids can use larger numbers using quick pic of tens and ones and/or more than 2 addends. Hmmm I can adapt this!

Little Minds at Work: New week: Plans, Math Centers, Freebies & More!

Cookie Sheet Challenge Volume Number Order, Number Concepts - Make Take & Teach

Good idea- make sure students punch over a tray or cookie sheet, because it can get messy! Make a number book.

Students flip two cards, tens and ones place. Make with ten frames, compare and larger number gets four cards. War math game with manipulatives--a way to practice connecting numbers with objects and recognizing which is larger.

What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. :} Then, I'd add counting the number of each color of dots to the end of the game.

Domino Parking Lot addition game for more addition practice

This would be good to put in a journal also or add to calendar time on the smartboard! Number anchor chart- possibly make as signs with dry erase option- laminate. Good for beginning of the year because its easier

Great math tub activity ~ I think I'd use a Hundreds chart and have my kids add the sum of the dice and then remove the candy corn.

Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers to keep up in the wall for a while?---make a page of this for a math journal.

FiddleStix - Here's a new way for kids to sort addition or subtraction facts! Free idea from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide.instead of Popsicle sticks, use gemstones with answers written on them.have a different set of stones and egg cartons f