Addition/Subtraction game. Students roll a dice, move that many spaces, add the number on the dice to the number card they landed on. Variations: +1/+2 dice. +10/+5 dice. How many more to make ten?
This dump truck math is a great counting activity! I love free printables.
Skip counting! A super way to reuse plastic eggs.
Great ideas for number line games - hands-on math activities :: spring math activities
How To Integrate Nursery Rhymes Into Your Classroom Lessons
Sunny Sums
Cut, Do & Glue- Spring Math morning work
Buggy Addition math problems!
Cut and paste Spring Math Word problems with built in manipulatives!!
Lucky to Be in First!: Math Mania!
Number Gators (Greater Than, Less Than Symbols Song)
(sample page) Kindergarten Common Core Solving Math Problem Strategy Posters for the Classroom. $
Part, Part, Whole
Addition and Subtraction facts the fun way! Bubble Gum Math keeps kids blowing through their math facts!
Interactive Math Notebook for FIRST GRADE! Unit 1: Counting and Writing Numbers -- Daily entries for a month! This will be a great warm up for our daily lesson or for morning work. $
FREEBIE~ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Nursery Rhyme with Math Printables.
FREEBIE - Solving word problems using multiple strategies. Word problems includes pictures to help students read independently
Addition Story Templates to Go With Book, If You Were a Plus Sign (from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten; free)
Classroom Freebies: Place Value Tree
Instead of 100 board cut-outs, try these number puzzles. Students work on one more, one less, ten more, and ten less while putting them together.
The Hundreds Thief: One "thief" steals 10 numbers from the hundreds chart. The "detectives" have to tell you what numbers are missing.
Freebie! Kindergarten math and literacy - 4 pages from January Print-That's it!
Numbers and Operations - This could also go in Algebra because older grades could use these problems to solve for an "x". However, I just really like this concept to get students to see that there are a number of ways to look at a problem.
math center - place value teens
Cut up sponges to make french fries & use french fry boxes to create a counting game. Match the correct amount of fries with the number on the fry box. (From the Hive)