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# Differentiation Delights

For kids who are easily distracted or overwhelmed by amount of work... mind. blown. This has worked with my most distracted kiddo!! I am SO glad I found this!!

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

skip counting Math Activities, also great for introducing multiplication

Giant Chutes and Ladders game board. It would be hard to find space in a classroom, but maybe adapt it for field day?

Free French fry subtraction cards! Perfect for math centers and math tubs!

Crayon bowling - fine motor skills FUN

Trick for borrowing with 0's-- Instead of trying to borrow from the zero, moving to the 3, making it a 2, then making the 0 a 10 and then a 9, teach kids to change the "30" to a "29"!

Counting Hands Math Activity...very "hands on"!

Free shake and spill ladybug math mats for 4, 5, and 6.

Ideas to Develop Fine Motor Skills. Lots of fun and creative ideas!

TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!: More Math Stations and an Addition Freebie!

Having the kids build towers when playing the "war" card game helps differentiate the game

I need to make these for my classroom.

A strategy to teach how to write a complete sentence- I love the strip that prompts the kids to write an adjective, noun, verb and place.

Story puzzles ~ great idea! It might be good with brown bear, brown bear or polar bear, polar bear

Numbers by the Sea from Puzzles Family Day Care (",)

What is your name? - An easy extension for a child who is enjoying writing & seeing his/her name - from Puzzles Family Day Care (",)

Math Coach's Corner: Developing Fluency w/ Number Bracelets. Concrete practice for combinations of each number from 1-10, which lays the foundation for fluency w/ addition/subtraction facts. • Instructions and labels for making the number bracelets • Instructions for using the bracelets in a variety of ways with suggestions for differentiation • Prompts for using a math journal to record all combinations of the numbers from 1 to 10 • Missing addend equation cards for hands-on practice \$

Print these free hot chocolate counting mats and grab some marshmallows for counting practice 1-10

Number bracelets.....I can see this really helping my girls. :-)

Pipe cleaner shape busy bags - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Number concept bag: draw a line down the middle of a baggie. Students manipulate and record all math sentences. (Free idea.)

Could be used to do help with fluency to 5.