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# FREE number posters with tally marks, coins, and unifix cubes.

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Poems to help children remember how to form numbers.

Here's a flipchart file designed to focus on the numbers 0-10. These fill-in-the-blank slides include spaces to record the number, number word, tally marks, dice dot patterns, ten frame, ordinal numbers, finger counting, and an addition problem.

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Free Printable Math Numeracy Cards. Includes numeral, tally marks and hands visual.

This is BRILLIANT. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers.

help students recognize the correlation between place value, tally marks, and coins

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Free! Make wallet which contain information about each of the coins and their values.. .....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

ZING! If you'd believe it, I had end-of-year third graders last year still tallying I I I I I I I I I and counting them. So tedious! This will help motivate students to cross the fifth tally!

my favorite addition math stations. This one is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the 2nd addend. Then solve the number sentence. The kids really like it!

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Dice, tally marks, and tens frames

Love this idea! What's the number? Kids ask questions like Is the number greater than/less than....? Is the number between ___ and ___? Is the number in the tens place ____? etc. No two questions in a row can make the same comparison. Or students may ask in number sentences- - Is the number 5+1?

LOVE, love, LOVE this for a work project/job. Recognizing numbers in numeric and word form as well counting and sorting.

Read this blog to see how she taught the concept of negative numbers on a number line. (Free printable number line and 'walking man' available on her page!)

Paint stick number lines~ A great way to teach the Common Core fraction standards.

Just Reed: Tally-Mark Tim

FREE! Great to laminate or put in a page protector for a math station!