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A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Number Bond Lesson - Smedleys Smorgasboard of Kindergarten

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Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten - YouTube - Jake needs this.

Great video showing how to practice subitizing with kids. Notice how quickly she flashes the card and how she has the child explain how he saw the number. This is a great whole class daily routine using larger cards.

$ Number construction kit from Learning Resources

Miss Kindergarten: The First Week of School and Classroom Pictures

Use unifix cubes to illustrate addition problems

This pack contains Spring themed alphabet practice, rhyming, syllables, patterns, numbers 1-20, counting, adding, subtracting, shapes, and more! 52 ready to use, no prep printables in ink saving black and white. Answer keys included. *Aligned to Kindergarten Common Core Standards* $

Building words is a fun way for students to practice decoding and blending individual sounds in words.

1st Grade Fantabulous: Fantabulous Freebie Friday

Kindergarten math. Learn how to add with number 1. Addition music video for children.

Little Minds at Work: Addition: Teaching to the Common Core! {freebies included}

Hands on addition with number line. This could be adapted for second grade by using base ten blocks in the circles and an open number line.

Q-Tip counting activity is great for assessment! And it's painting!

Greater Than, Less Than or Equal? Free and Simple Card Game

Tally marks: This tactile experience may help some students understand the concept better than just drawing them on paper.