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How to teach patterns - Kindergarten I definitely need to make more use of my pocket display.

Race to Fill the Cup! I'm going to try this with two and adding the numbers.

### I Have, Who Has...Shapes

### My Fabulous Class: Domino Centers and Freebie #2

Snag this addition freebie! "Build it" cards have students practicing addition within 20 and showing their answers.

Change a connect four game into a "make Ten" game great for practicing addition! You could even do this to make a dollar using different coins.

### Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten : Math- Addition Cups!

Patterning provocation - Can you make a pattern?

### Thinking and Learning in Room 122

Inspirational Teaching Videos: Covering Common Core, Math, Science, English And More

Inspirational Teaching Videos: Covering Common Core, Math, Science, English And More

Skip Counting With Counting Collections

Making 10 worksheets and math centers - practicing how many more to 10

### First Grade Math Unit 3

Posters on how to solve word problems

Here's a checklist for students to help them remember steps in solving a word problem.

STAAR Math Anchor Chart @Melissa Squires Squires Squires Squires Harris - I like how simple this is with the large boxes and the colors....maybe I could make something like this to go along with my word problem ninja stuff....unless 6th graders are too cool for that? hmmm....

Necklaces with 100 bead - counting by tens.

Here are three different game boards for mastering fives and tens. Students take turns covering pairs of digits that add to 5 or 10 along a “snake” of numbers. When all the digits are covered – each player using his or her own colored counters – the winner is the one with the longest string of digits in their color.

Five Frame Game *could use transparencies to make it so kids can put them together to actually see it turn to 5

Addition Concentration Game ~ One of my students' favorite ways to practice math facts!

Swiper steals some numbers from the 100 chart each evening after the students go home. The next morning students figure out what numbers he swiped. Cute idea!