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    Here's a great example of a number station designed for math play.

    "Chicka Chicka 123, will there be a place for me?" This is a story about numbers climbing up in the apple tree. 0 wants to know if there is a place for him, ...

    All About Numbers 1-10 & FREEBIES!

    number concept bag: draw a line down the middle of a baggie. students manipulate and record all math sentences, e.g., 1+4=5.

    Free printable math games for each math common core standard!!

    Clothespin Shapes ~ A fun math center for the first week of school! {Free printable shape cards at this blog post.}

    FREE - Geometry Vocabulary Cards. Handy!

    Counting Strategies

    Math Station Work Organization

    Classroom Freebies Too: Freebie Friday

    How Many Days! Use 18 Ten Frames to count the days of school.

    War math game with manipulatives--a way to practice connecting numbers with objects and recognizing which is larger.

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

    A fun way to practice counting by fives! Great for any time of year.

    Create shaped paper backgrounds for sorting pattern blocks by shape.

    Free tips and ideas for helping kids understand graphs.

    learning about 10 frames

    Hands-on Math centers for the beginning of the year -- going to make a few of these for my first graders with no number sense

    Numbers, Numbers, Numbers! The first ten weeks of school focus on one number each week. Represent with fingers, ten frame, numeral, number line, number cube, word, and manipulatives.

    Number comparisons for finding the difference in subtraction. Have kids color in & show the difference in subtraction.

    Freebie Ten Frame for Apples or the Letter Aa

    math center?

    Make a shape pizza to practice shapes! Math for kindergarten

    number poster

    I think this manipulative would be great to use in a math center for kindergarten or first grade because it helps the students visualize addition problems by comparing the 2 numbers individually with different colors and together when they're connected to find the sum of the numbers. 5266