Pete The Cat: Students each color a shoe, write their name, and graph which of the Pete books is their favorite. Teaches math skills, graphing, and interpreting a graph.
Pete The Cat...And A Freebie! (Kindergarten Rocks!)
Love this hands-on approach to teaching addition up to 10! Make a 10 frame on the floor using painter's tape. Illustrate making 10 using students. Gets them up and moving and they can visually see how many students make 10!
Learning Adventures: Math
Counting and Cardinality Practice for Kindergarten, numbers 1-10, Common Core, $
Exploring shapes on the table by Teach Preschool. I plan to do this on a baking sheet or tray so that is portable.
Exploring our shapes with blocks on the table top
Nice set of task cards for use with geoboards.
Keen On Kindergarten: Geometry Work Stations
Here's a set of picture cards for sorting solid shapes. Includes pictures for sphere, cylinder, cube, cone, and prism.
Solid Shape Sort
Pinner wrote, "I play this in my classroom. My students BEG to play. Great way to practice basic multiplication skills. I use an empty tissue box to hold my sticks though."
Mrs. Young's Explorers: Zap It!! - Math Game
Math Problems - They're Hiding in Every Story! - Excellent guest blog post by Susanna Westby on Corkboard Connections with loads of ways to integrate literature and math
Math Workshop: Using Developmental Grouping to Differentiate Your Instruction
math stations for differentiation - I started this in my class a couple of months ago... this makes so much sense! (GREAT explanation of how to do this!)
Guided Math- a breakdown of each area!
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Guided Math in First Grade
For math journals
Math journaling sentence starters...Great idea!
Number of the Day... Good number sense even for 5th graders! :) Morning work?