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    Kindergarten Math

    Kindergarten Math

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    These are made with large containers and ping pong balls, but I think that it could also be done with small lids from water bottles and marbles. The whole activity would have to sit in a tray or cookie sheet to prevent the marbles from rolling all over, though.

    Peace, Love and Learning: D.I.Y. 3-D Tens Frames and a Freebie

    Decomposing numbers by building houses.

    The First Grade Parade: Your Mission…Should You Choose to Accept…

    Pete the Cat's Groovy Ten Frames- Downloadable FREEBIE! Use it with BUTTONS! Love it!

    Nyla's Crafty Teaching: A Library of Children's Picture Books

    5 simple games for teaching number recognition to preschoolers

    5 Simple Games for Teaching Number Recognition ~ Reading Confetti

    Math in Literature (organized by topic). AHHH!! This link is amazing!!

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    Elementary math videos - Some are silly, but very catchy!

    elementary math videos

    Math Workshop Adventures: math workshop board

    Math Workshop Adventures: math workshop board

    Calendar Math Time Make a poster like this!

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    Lego Math

    My Delicious Ambiguity: Learning Activities With Legos

    Lego board game! See who can get to the end and build the highest tower. Made with boardmaker.

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    Place Value in K!

    Little Minds at Work: Place Value in K!

    FREEBIE Common Core Addition Story Problems!

    Addition Story Problems aligned to Common Core {Freebie}

    Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ Too cute and so fun!

    I {Heart} Teaching: Math Differentiation (Wednesday)

    number concept

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    Q-Tip painting to show 10's and 1's on a ten-frame

    Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Penguins!

    decomposing numbers in Kindergarten. Great activity for Common Core K.OA.3. Perfect for a math center!

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    Octopus math

    Crayon Freckles: octopus math file folder game

    Bang- pull a stick, read the math fact, and solve. If you get a stick that says BANG! put all your sticks back.

    F is for First Grade: Math

    Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Common Core Standards

    Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten

    Addition using sunglasses & stickers

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    Peace, Love and Kindergarten Oviparous animals and egg unit!

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    FREE Spring Math game-- fun way to practice addition facts

    Spring Roll & Cover Math Center (FREE}

    love this idea! ways to make 10

    First Grade Garden: Freebies

    Bear in the Cave Game - subtraction

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    Helping Hands For Skip Counting

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