Great post on how to organize kitchen cabinets. Lots of ideas!
How to Organize Kitchen Cabinets - Clean and Scentsible
Stomping Out Subtraction (a great site)
Tens frame practice at calendar time using Velcro and counters.
It is INCREDIBLE. Seriously has EVERYTHING you need to teach calendar in the most cute and fun way possible!
number anchor charts
Number Sense (write, illustrate, draw in money, show in with tally marks, addition and subtraction sentences that equal the number, number written out, show with 10 frame, # >_ and #<_ , 1 more and 1 less, other things that apply to the number such as the number of the month, stories with the number, shapes that have the number of sides/corner, etc.)
This space on my whiteboard contains a number-writing poem I borrowed from Debbie Diller’s Math Work Stations book (*love*) and our math vocabulary terms. Let me just tell you, that poem has really helped my kiddos remember how to write their numbers! A parent even commented that her little girl was saying it while she was doing her homework.
everything flips. No more buckets of extra calendar numbers
It is important that kids realize we read for lots of reasons - and one of those reasons is to learn something new! Use picture books to introduce your little ones to concepts such as counting. It brings together the joy of reading with the joy of learning. Don't worry if they don't "get it" the first time through! Just have fun learning together.
Polka Dots & Pencils: A Place Value Game!
Miss Kindergarten: Measuring Up!