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Math: Addition & Subtraction {PreK & Kindergarten}

Ideas for centers, activities, teaching and reinforcing addition and subtraction in PreK and Kindergarten!

This is a great way to show a number line. I actually just finished discussing exposing a number line in this way because it could be hard for Elementary students especially to understand a number line.

The Kindergarten Pod: Teaching addition and subtraction. Hands-on, engaging activities for little to no money. Highly effective!

Valentine's Day Freebie! Number line addition and subtraction game

Addition and subtraction anchor charts to help the kids remember which way to go on the number line, great idea!

Number Line Math Games. Materials Needed for Number Line Addition and Number Line Subtraction games: 1) A die labeled w/ +1, +2, & +3 each on 2 sides. 2) Counters to move along the game board. 3) The Number Line game boards included in the file. (free download)

Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom: Such a good idea! Create a number ladder and laminate it, attach a pipe cleaner and bead and use it for addition and subtraction or what comes before and after

Five Little Bunnies ~ Subtraction within Five. I think my kids will love this! (Free.)

Fun Little Spring Addition Activity FREEBIE!

Plants Aplenty! LOVE this Flower Power Addition/Subtraction Game Idea!

What would you do with an egg plate? Free spring subtraction game!

Bug subtraction mats (SB7047) - SparkleBox

Kindergarten: ways to add subtract anchor chart

decomposing numbers in Kindergarten. Great activity for Common Core K.OA.3. Perfect for a math center!

teaching addition with a number line as a strategy - KindergartenWorks

Parking Lot Addition/Subtraction- great idea for the boys and hands-on learners!

Spring Subtraction Tips, Tricks - FREE Spring Subtraction Story Problem!

Spring Subtraction Tips, Tricks - FREE Bunny Bowling game!

Easy Number Line Manipulative--this was recommended for adding practice for first graders, but could also be used as a nice interactive skill-assessment tool for kids on the spectrum learning numbers

My latest greatest math tool find. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers. I just filled the bags with addition and subtration cards. I put a piece of white paper in the bag also because it made the numbers a little easier to see. Note: This also shows " than, which helps kids who can't grasp that concept.

Double Double Addition Game! Great for building addition fluency and getting your students moving and laughing!

Golden Gang Kindergarten: The Big Bunny - Freebies, Love the Easter Egg Subtraction Activity Idea!

Golden Gang Kindergarten: Finishing the Week With Peter Rabbit, LOVE the Easter Addition Line activity with carrots!