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Kindergarten Rocks!: Do you paint T-shirts for 100 Days? (Freebie, too!)

Colors and Kindergarten: Mickey Mouse Math

FREEBIE - Solving math word problem using multiple strategies

Kindergarten Math Curriculum. Great ideas for teaching students basic math facts. #basicmath

Course: Kindergarten Math Curriculum

Roll a Snowman

Nicole and Eliceo

For the Love of Kindergarten

For the Love of Kindergarten

(FREE) Printable Math 10 Frame Mats to help kids learn basic facts

A free download to help your children with counting and writing. #commoncoremath #kindergartenmath

Kinder Math FREEBIE: 2 activities for Counting and Cardinality

FREE math mittens. Facts to 20. Students love finding the matching pairs and clipping them together.

Mitten Match Activities

Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Kindergarten Fun...Interesting idea...I don't like the domino, should be reversed (with no dots on the first part and two on the second) to help introduce the idea of place value without actually introducing the idea of place value.

Free Gingerbread Baking Center- Number Recognition

Free Gingerbread Baking Center- Number Recognition

numeral match sensory bin with collected lids - could hid any kind of objects in with the lids!

Different Place Value Work Mat

Kindergarten Crayons: June 2011

Math station activities.

Mrs. Bremer's Class: Math Work Stations: Get them for free!

FREEBIE: Five Frames

FREEBIE: Five Frames

Roll a die and color the turkey!

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Halloween Math in Kindergarten * Boo!

Halloween Math in Kindergarten * Boo!

Math centers Great Kindergarten Blog

Math Work Stations | Kristen's Kindergarten


My Number Review Book

Free Print and Go Math Using Dice

FREE Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Counting Play Dough Mats!!!! numbers 1 to 10; download from Kindergarten Celebration!!

Too cute! Kinders pick this up very quickly!

Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Math Journals Update (pages that go with Go Math)

Great for math journals. Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems!