Math for First Grade

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Math for First Grade

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So much number sense!

Here's a great poem on 3D shapes. I would love to use this because not only does it teach shapes but I can also take this opportunity to teach about poems.

It is important for children to develop the concept of how big a cm or inch is. Go on a hunt for things that are about the same size. Make a chart. N

Place Value FREEBIES - from Games 4 Learning - This set contains 4 printable Place Value Worksheets for 2 and 3 Digit Numbers.

One of the place value games from Place Value Games for 2 Digit Numbers by Games 4 Learning - this is a set of 15 printable Place Value Games for 2 Digit Numbers. $ Catch the Dinosaurs is game fro 2-4 players.

Frog Addition Maker - an addition board game from Addition Board Games with Bees, Bugs and Friends by Games 4 Learning - 27 Printable Addition board games. $

Place Value Games FREEBIES for 2 digit numbers. - Triceratops Spots Place Value Board Game - Players cover the spots on the Triceratops according to the clues on the cards.

Name graph. Math and Literacy combined activity. As children grow developmentally can do same activity with last names. Great for learning about graphing! You could definitely adapt for each grade level depending upon the skill being used (i.e. you could have 4th or 5th graders create line plots, pie charts, etc.)

Give students the answer and ask them to create the question / problem. Could do this with literature.

Free Race to the Top addition game

FREEBIE- Subtraction Strategy

Subtraction Strategy Unit introduces a fun way to subtract without using fingers. This unit is perfect for beginning students who are learning or struggling with subtracting. (1st-2nd Grade) $

Apple Addition Games includes 48 Addition Fact Cards, 10 Addition Board Games to use with the cards, a Math Center to record addition sums, and a Fact Table to help struggling learners. $

Fun Games 4 Learning: Place Value Fun

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Recommended by a 2nd grade teacher…the first one looks like it could be a winner in kindergarten too!

Smart Board Fall Fun for Kinder and First: Includes 68 slides full of fun interactive activities to help students learn counting, skip counting, fact fluency to ten, addition, subtraction and word problems.

Numbers 1-20: Worksheets and center activities to reinforce counting and number order to 20.

Math Anchor Chart: Tally Mark Chant

Not as easy as it seems! Matching tallies to base ten blocks requires children to switch from counting by 5s to counting by 10s. It's a fantastic brain workout! Click on the link to purchase the cards from my TpT store.

Find & Clip – Number Sequencing Activity

Putting letters or numbers in order... Cheap and brilliant! Great for skip counting, fractions, putting different three-digit numbers in order........, all great ways to practice 2nd grade CCSS

This is "dreamy" product. There are 28 pages for counting practice. They start off with lower numbers and become increasingly challenging. The sheets are clearly labeled so you can pick exactly what you need. Each level comes with more than one sheet. Includes counting on number lines, hundreds chart, and counting objects. Perfect for differentiating instruction in small groups and in math centers. Also available in a "flashcards/worksheet" bundle.

This is one of my kids' favorite Math Centers, and it is literally maintenance free! I start with numbers 1 - 20 and progressively change the flashcards to increase the level of difficulty. They absolutely LOVE spending time here! $

Flash Blog Post! Five Math centers that are fast to assemble, easy to update, and that keep kids learning all year long! Part 4.