Cute halloween math center. I used orange paper cups ($1 for 12 at Walmart) and just drew the faces and numbers on with a Sharpie!! Also, since I teach Pre-K, I used sticks with different numbers of dots instead of addition facts. You could use small plastic flower pots for other times of the year.

I could totally do this with money-- dollars on a pumpkin then popsicle sticks with bills and coins that add up to the amount. Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

Addition and subtraction anchor charts to help the kids remember which way to go on the number line. Smart!

Addition and subtraction anchor charts to help the kids remember which way to go on the number line. For even more visual support, place arrows above or below a number line in the direction of subtraction or addition.

Once Upon a First Grade Adventure: Dice, Dominoes, and Cards Galore! Math Workstation Freebies

play it with the place value chart and place value cubes so they can DO the regrouping as well as show it. Once Upon a First Grade Adventure: Dice, Dominoes, and Cards Galore!

Math Strategy Posters for Building Math Fact Confidence

Math Strategy Posters - Pack #1

Surfin' Through Second: Double Digit Regrouping

Double Digit Regrouping

Surfin' Through Second: Double Digit Regrouping Good anchor chart for regrouping when subtracting as well GO MATH

Math Mania!

Games to Strengthen Math Skills

Double Digit Regrouping

Double Digit Regrouping

Surfin' Through Second: Double Digit Regrouping Good anchor chart for regrouping when subtracting as well GO MATH

Place Value Addition Task Cards, Laminate and kids can regroup with a dry erase marker.

Place Value Base Ten Block and Cubes Addition Task Cards- Adding Tens Center

Classroom Freebies Too: Addition with 3 Addends

Addition with 3 Addends

addition with 3 addends. First, students use teddy bear counters (concrete). Next, they use ten-frames (representational). Finally, they use number cubes with the digits (abstract)

FREEBIE- Subtraction NO PREP Games by Games 4 Learning Find the Difference - Four in a Row - Take from 12. 2 players roll the dice, take the total from 12 and color this number. The first to have 4 in a row is the winner!

FREEBIE- Subtraction NO PREP Games by Games 4 Learning Find the Difference - Four in a Row - Take from 2 players roll the dice, take the total from 12 and color this number. The first to have 4 in a row is the winner!

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