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Frog Spot: No Prep Addition Game- Wow! This is a fantastic way to show bonding and decomposing!

Frog Spot: No Prep Addition Game

A great way to introduce ten-frames, tape off a ten-frame (s) on the floor and a have the kiddos fill them in. You can add or subtract students as you please.

Learning Adventures: Math

Popsicle tens frames

Teaching in Progress: Favorite Pins Friday

Ten frames made with popsicle sticks and tacky glue! Little foam cubes from Target dollar section or Dollar Tree.

I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher.

Matching numbers to a dice. Create a board using a notecard and have children match the number on the dice with the number on the board. Use colorful counters to cover up the numbers they find!

Whimsical Ways: Preschool Game 2

Egg Carton Math - 2 players, roll the dice, add them up and put your colored piece in the appropriate numbered egg hole. First to get one of each number wins.

Primary Learning Logs: Egg Carton Math

5 simple games for teaching number recognition to preschoolers

5 Simple Games for Teaching Number Recognition ~ Reading Confetti

Crayon Freckles: using legos to teach math and writing

Crayon Freckles: using legos to teach math and writing

Non-Standard Measuring

Reggio Emilia: Math - Fairy Dust Teaching

Reggio Emilia: Math - Fairy Dust Teaching

Popsicle stick math...choose number and count out that number of sticks, build with stick, then draw pic to match

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: October 2010

Cute idea for measurement and graphing

Number Punch- pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

LOVE this "counting on" center! Great for introducing the concept.

Apples and ABC's: Linking Cubes Math Centers

a perfect math center for the beginning of the year. Great for 1-1 correspondence, counting skills and comparing numbers

A day in first grade: Well, the cat's out of the bag!



Dot markers and math! How fun!

Looking forward to all the outdoor June activities!

Great use for all of those die cuts we have floating around in our classrooms! Fun, colorful and engaging way to practice number order!