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Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! This is just an image with no link to a website, but I think it would make an awesome math and fine motor center in any special education or kindergarten classroom setting. Matching quantity to numerals is a great way to build early and strong number sense.

from The Kindergarten Connection

Number Talks in Kindergarten

from Time 4 Kindergarten

Subitizing- Building Strong Number Sense in Kindergarten

A kindergarten blog for kindergarten teachers. Sharing math, literacy, languagea arts, common core and more.

from Time 4 Kindergarten

Subitizing- Building Strong Number Sense in Kindergarten

A kindergarten blog for kindergarten teachers. Sharing math, literacy, languagea arts, common core and more.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

August / September Interactive Math Journal Kindergarten

Kindergarten Math interactive Journals- August/September Back to school! Help your students develop a strong number sense for numbers 1-10 with these interactive journals!

from Moffatt Girls

What is Subitizing and Why Teach it

Subitizing is an important skill to teach when introducing number concepts in Preschool and Kindergarten. It sets a strong foundation for addition and subtraction!

from The Brown Bag Teacher

Math Read Alouds

Math mentor texts are the perfect 'hook' for math mini-lessons. These 5 read alouds are just-right for fostering strong number sense in primary learners.

great way to explain how regrouping really works. - use with my kiddos who are still struggling with the concept!!