What you’ll need: an egg carton, a red Sharpie, an empty container (I used an Oatmeal container) and a picture of the characters from the book (see below). This activity evolved once we started it, so I eventually used wooden grilling skewers we had to make the apples stay on top of eachother.
Kindergarten number game: math quantities and numerals. I have: flashcards, dice (some w/dots, some w/numerals), playing cards, felt cards, dominos, geometric figures, magnet numerals
Numbersearches! Choose a number, write it in the middle box. Kids search vertically, horizontally and diagonally to find addends that equal the number. In 2nd grade we use this for numbers 7-20. It's a great "sponge" when you have a few spare minutes! I put a blank copy on my Pinterest page.
The Imagination Tree writes numbers on pebbles with permanent marker, & then uses them for for counting, ordering & addition maths activities.