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It's free and ready to go just print, copy and laminate to have on hand for a quick number resource.

My Number Card!

Math Coach's Cornerfrom Math Coach's Corner

Subitizing: Instantly Recognizing Quantities

Subtizing is a critical skill for Kindergarten and 1st Graders. Read more and grab a *FREEBIE*!

Subitizing: Instantly Recognizing Quantities - Math Coach's Corner

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A Fun {and Easy} Math Game

Walk the Plank is a fun game that students can play to practice their basic addition facts. Students love it so much they don't even realize they are practicing their math

A Fun {and Easy} Math Game

School and the City: How to Make a Reusable, Interactive, "Math About Me" Anchor Chart

How to Make a Reusable, Interactive, "Math About Me" Anchor Chart

Math. Key and lock. Fine motor skills. 6 different dollar store locks. Put keys on binder rings with beads. Students must count the beads on the key ring and use the key to unlock the corresponding lock.

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FREE Hippo Scan and Write the Numerals Math Station for PK-K


Math Game - "Fill-er-Up Five" - reinforces adding, subtracting, and counting by 5s

Kindergarten and Mooneyisms: Math Game - "Fill-er-Up Five"

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Cheerios Skip Counting by 10s Book Activity - hands on : as we grow

Cheerios skip counting by 10s - plus a great fine motor activity

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Skip Counting by 10's with Bottle Caps

Practice skip counting by 10 using bottle caps and beads. It's a fun and easy way to help your child learn.

Skip Counting by 10's with Bottle Caps

Squarehead Teachers: Sit Down! (Skip Counting Group Game). Great way to review skip counting (which GREATLY helps in multiplication!)

Sit Down! (Skip Counting Group Game)

FREEBIE - Valentine Counting Math Center 1-20

February Valentine Counting 1-20


Hidden Numbers Activity

Play ‘Hidden Numbers’ to help children recognize numbers - help child to associate shapes with numbers for easy identification. Could also be adapted to support shape recognition.

Hidden Numbers | Activity |

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Don't Feed The Raccoon!


Don't Feed The Raccoon!

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Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day Sight Words Flip Books (colored black and white). Includes a recording sheet for each booklet so kids can write their favorite sentences. Great paper saving alternative to traditional readers!

Groundhog Day Sight Word Flip Books

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Counting Activity Cards

Draw More Bundle Counting Activity Cards

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FREE decomposing numbers activity. Students cut and paste dice to make a number and record the number sentence!

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Penguin Math Mats - K.OA.4 For numbers 1-9 find the number that makes 10 when added to that given number.

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Composing and Decomposing Numbers: Cube Trains

Math Coach's Corner: Composing and Decomposing Numbers: Cube Trains. Learning the combinations for numbers through 10 is an essential Kindergarten skill. Read more and grab a FREEBIE!

Composing and Decomposing Numbers: Cube Trains

Subitizing - partner activity; Love it! Step by step to make a station game. FREE

Differentiation Station Creations: Bright Ideas Math Blog Hop

First Grade Wow: Free mini unit to help kids to learn to subitize

First Grade Wow: Subitizing Sampler

"How Many Dots?" Subitizing Activity for Kindergarten (free; from Kindergarten Kindergarten)

Subitze - Kindergarten Kindergarten

From The Hive: 5 little penguins rhyme

From The Hive: preschool

▶ 5 Little Penguins Children's Song Cartoon (By Patty Shukla) - YouTube

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Or, make a custom dice (3-8) and have students draw and name the shape based on the number of sides

Math Journals: Drawing Shapes

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve!

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