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First grade math


First grade math

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We read "If You Were a Minus Sign." Similar to the addition version, this book is filled with many adorably illustrated subtraction stories. After reading, we worked together to illustrate subtraction stories on chart paper. Later, each child illustrated their own subtraction story for our Subtraction Class Book.

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Subtraction Action! {FREEBIES}

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Subtraction story problems

This game will have your students practicing non-standard measurements with caterpillars and bees. Super cute graphics and lots of fun! Just print, cut, laminate, and use year after year!

FREE Measurement Game

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FREE! Jumping Jelly Beans Graphing!

First Grade Garden: Hoppy Easter!

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Math Coach's Corner: Making Ten Game. This activity is another engaging way for kiddos to practice combinations for 10. This is such a critical skill that I"m always looking for new ways to practice it, and this is an easy little workstation activity. Consider putting ten-frames in the workstation to provide additional support.

Math Coach's Corner: Making Ten Game

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brilliant idea and can be adapted for Easter, Valentines and so on!!

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Christmas Fun

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FREE subtraction BUMP! game for spring

Primary Inspiration: Subtraction Freebie!

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FREE practice with recognizing sums of ten. Print and copy for independent work or print on cardstock for a task card.

Primary Inspiration: Sums of 10 Freebie!

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Fact family rockets

Spin a Fact Family {Freebie!}

Spin a Fact Family {Freebie!}

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Math/Gr1-4/Pinterest Domino Fact Families Student Activity Sheet. This is a fun game for visual learners. They can see both numbers they are working with to create the math problems. Elementary age children. Found on Pinterest.

Fact Families with Dominoes - This Reading Mama

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Make your own fact family using your name Instead of drawing a self-portrait, children used the big box to create their own representations of the fact family, which answers Bloom's taxonomy of higher order thinking. This was used as a plan for a following art project.

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Fact Families

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Freebies Fact Families Dice Games

More and less bean toss. Toss a bean on a 120 chart, write the number in the box. Write 10 less, 10 more, 1 more, and 1 less in other boxes.

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Math

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Use number cards and put numbers on the "snowballs on game board. They pick a card and cover up the other number that makes 10

Frog Spot: 6th and 7th Days of Christmas Blog Hop!

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Make these sweet little math books with your kids. Made from one piece of folded paper.

My Free Little Math Books - Liz's Early Learning Spot

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When students complete centers they mark off their names - School Is a Happy Place: Math Daily 3, How We Started

School Is a Happy Place: Math Daily 3, How We Started

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Sample Math Game from "Math Games for Kinder Partners" {20 Reproducible and Reusable Partner Games for Math Workshop, Centers, and/or Homework Fun with a Parent} 36 pages, $ #mathgames #subitizing #homework

Classroom Freebies: Understanding the Equal Sign

Classroom Freebies: Understanding the Equal Sign

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My first graders have been learning how to "balance the scale" with balanced equations. Here are 4 versions of a balanced equation template for stu...

FREE - Sorting True and False Balancing Equations - addition and subtraction within 20 - great for a math center

Balancing Equations FREE Assessment - The Reading Corner

Balancing Equations FREE Assessment - The Reading Corner

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FREEBIE - These worksheet are designed to help students learn and practice the skill of decomposing numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 using connecting cubes.

Decomposing a Number in BUILD stations... Incredible K Kids

Incredible K Kids: Decomposing a Number

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