Dot markers and math! How fun!
Looking forward to all the outdoor June activities!
Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten : Math- Addition Cups!
Paper wallets to make when talking about money. There is a spot for pictures of each type of coin, their name and their value.
Coin Grab: fill a little cloth bag with an assortment of coins (you could also fill a paper lunch bag or little purse). Students take turns pull out a coin and graph it on their sheet. They do not grab a whole handful of coins at once-this is important to explain. Once they reach the top of their graph with one of the coins, the child stops and records how many of each coin they had on the bottom of the recording sheet.
Coin grab graph. Children take a handful of coins, place them on the graph, and record amounts. (Preschoolers can represent number with marks or numerals if able)
Here's a fun skip counting game with money. Includes counting by 1s, 5s, and 10s.
monster math tray a great after school activity too! from No Time for Flash Cards
3 Place Value Freebies! Great post!
Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Tens and Ones Math Centers
Edible Flat & Solid Shapes for teaching 2 and 3 dimensional shapes
Setting Up Guided Math- FREEBIE
Greater Than - Less Than And Equal To Dice Games
Good to include in the "Meet the Teacher" packet.....Tips for helping your child with Math. Free downloads from Fun in First
numeros! en espanol =] Pinning for Vias. :)