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Loose Tooth Subtraction!  Free download at http://heidisongs.blogspot.com/2012/04/loose-tooth-subtraction.html.

Loose tooth subtraction - so many of my kids loose teeth in a week, this is perfect!

Great Idea for teaching greater than, less than, and equals

T's First Grade Class: Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To Tool. Such a cute idea!

Kindergarten Weekly Common Core Math Skill Checks - Awesome & FREE (download her huge, wonderful weekly math assessments and you'll want to pay for her ELA one's, too!)

Common Core SUPER FREEBIE...oh yeah

Dice addition worksheets (SB6050) - SparkleBox

dice addition worksheets- GIve upper grade students 20 sided dice (or 100 sided dice) to place this game with!

FREE Subtraction Smash mats! Students use playdough to subtract. Includes three versions of the Subtraction Smash mats to differentiate!

Students use Play-Doh to subtract. Includes three versions of the Subtraction Smash mats to differentiate.

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Ziploc Slider Bag Number Lines...used here for subtraction and addition, but could easily be used to intro negative numbers!

T's First Grade Class: Ziploc Slider Bag Number Lines. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers.

Make these sweet little math books with your kids

My Free Little Math Books

Addition/Subtraction Book for Kids - Kids will love learning with their very own printable math book for preschool and kindergarten

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Domino Math Worksheets: Composing and Decomposing Numbers

Kids love using dominoes during math! Great for missing addends. And for connecting addition and subtraction.

Dance moves to teach subtraction with regrouping.

Dance moves to teach subtraction with regrouping.

Little Minds at Work: More on Addition! Cut out or print hands and paste them on construction  paper, but only glue the palms. The kids can use this when they are doing addition with fingers.

More on Addition

Little Minds at Work: I love this idea of using die cut hands to work on addition and subtraction. Love this idea for some of my kids that have to use their fingers

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