Frog Spot: Subtraction Fun (using frogs on a log for 5, bendy snake for 6, carrot patch, octopus legs for 8)

Subtraction Fun

Frog Spot: Subtraction Fun (using frogs on a log for bendy snake for carrot patch, octopus legs for I love this idea for numeracy!

This is how big my foot is! Close Up

All About Me Unit Ideas

Here are some the All About Me Unit Projects we have completed thus far: All About Me Glyph   All About Me Puppet Theater with various feeling faces and ways we get to and from felt pieces. What co…

LEGO Rainbow build challenge for kids. Spring and Summer STEM activity exploring color, symmetry, and engineering.

Lego Rainbow Build Challenge for Kids

Make Lego rainbows anytime! Cool Lego rainbow challenge for Spring or St Patrick's Day! A Lego rainbow challenge is a great early learning activity too.

18 Telling Time To The Hour Resources - Short and stout big and tall - Teach Junkie

18 Quick Telling Time to the Hour Resources

Here's a comparison activity for length. Students receive 5 different colored strips of construction paper that are 1"x6" long. Students cut each strip into 2 unequal pieces and glue them onto the appropriate column of the chart.

Another pinner: Measurement -- Longer/Shorter. Easy for my five year old but good practice for her to work independently. Was surprised my two year old sorted and match the lines on her own the way they are in the picture. Super easy to put together.

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out? Very popular in my class! LG☆

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out?

LOVE THIS!!! The sticks have different number sentences to make the number.

Math - Addition Cups made from foam sheets and craft sticks. It makes a fun math game. **Could do something similar with place value for high grades!

Popcorn maths game. Addition, subtraction and ordering for KS1.

"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.

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