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I love this adorable magnetic pig and money.  A fun way to practice money skills.

Money piggy bank - cookie sheet, glue coins to magnets. Could have them make the amount on the piggy bank.

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Math Activity All About Me Math! A fun class activity for the end of the year!

3rd Grade Thoughts: Classroom Supplies: Sharp & Dull Pencils FREEBIE

Classroom Supplies: Sharp & Dull Pencils FREEBIE

Bump numbers up to be  grade level appropriate...good early morning /breakfast or waiting on the bus activity...add in other Math Meeting skills

This would be good to put in a journal also or add to calendar time on the smartboard! Number anchor chart- possibly make as signs with dry erase option- laminate. Good for beginning of the year because its easier

Tally O'Malley by Stuart Murphy is an adorable book for teaching tallying. And the website has a lesson/activity idea to go with it.

Tally O'Malley (MathStart by Stuart J. Murphy - TALLYING - Tally marks are a useful tool for children to keep track as they count, and for data collection. Grouping tally marks also reinforces counting by fives.

(2011-12) Ziplock quilt game ~ put cards in each square and have children swat the answers with a flyswatter

Ziploc Quilt Counting Game

Neat idea for maybe a small group. Number Recognition: Ziplock quilt game- put cards in each square and have children swat the answers with a flyswatter. Could be used for math, literacy, science, vocabulary, anything!

Anchor Charts and Pictures to Support Literacy and Math | stinassweetblog

Anchor Charts and Pictures to Support Literacy and Math

Math Tubs in Kindergarten: MORE Printing numbers

Matching ten frames to numbers - this is a great exercise since this is a main focus now in common core standards for math in Kindergarten.

Here's an anchor chart on "Gus the Plus", a math brother who helps students remember and understand  the symbol for addition.

Math- Kindergarten through Second Grade: Nice partner for the Linus the Minus: Here's an anchor chart on "Gus the Plus", a math brother who helps students remember and understand the symbol for addition.

I use this with my grade 1 tutoring student.  She loves that we make it a game! We both have a bingo marker and use that to cover two numbers that add to 10.  Such a hit!

Kindergarten & Grade 1 math games – mastering fives & tens

Kindergarten Grade 1 math games – mastering fives tens « Mathematical Thinking

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