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Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using 10. Use paper chains in different colours ti demonstrate. To the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways.
Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using 10. to the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways. This picture uses Christmas colours to make class decorations.
number chains~I like the number bond as well as the number equation to hang down. This is super cool for a first of the year idea!
Number Chain, Number Bond and Addition Sentence - Great Visual!
showing fact families and number bonds with paper chains
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DIY Addition Game
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Adding Fun: Teach math skills with cups, paper towel or toilet paper rolls, and a basket. Students drop beads or balls into the cups to solve math problems.
A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls. Hello Math Center :)
Use for math center? A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls. - Cute idea!
Cute math idea! (Thanks to Mothering with Creativity for the great free idea.)
Adding fun Classroom ideas
DIY Addition Game | Crafts for Kids | PBS Parents
Sums of 10 with a clothes hanger
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Sums of 10 with a clothes hanger--hey this would work with a pipecleaner and some pony beads for my M A T H tubs!
Sums of 10 with a clothes hanger, maybe use mini clothespins and file folder for kids?
Sums of 10 with a clothes hanger - math center - intro to sums of ten/explore
Sums of 10/ coat hanger addition good math center
great idea for decomposing numbers!
Sums of 10 cool math idea #edchat
You can interchange the number on the hanger, and decompose any number. Classroom ideas,Education,Matemticas,Math,Math Primary,School Ideas,School Math,Teaching- kindergarten,
How do you teach addition and subtraction? Do you teach one first and then the other? Do you teach them at the same time? Not sure what the right answer is. We have been touching on both this year and working hard to build that number sense. But we had not been explicit about the connections between addition and subtraction. But the time has come. Jess and I started with this: We introduced the "whole-part-part" with hula hoops by asking: "What do you see?" And guess what...? Our number talks must be working because they replied with: "Oh, I see two balloons and two more balloons. 2 and 2 make 4." "I see two small hula hoops and one big hula hoop. 2 and 1 make 3." Yep!! We love it!! Our lesson was ready to start! We explained the whole number and how it can be broken into parts. (Sorry, this example is with the whole number: 5.) We broke the number into two parts (subtraction) and showed how we can then put the numbers back together (addition). It was SO..MUCH..FUN! The kids were engaged and excited to help us break apart these numbers. We helped them transfer this learning to paper. This lesson is the foundation for our week of addition/subtraction lessons. Here are some activities we found (click on them for their original posts) and decided to use (with our own twists): 1. We want to make this anchor chart from "The Classroom Key" (one piece of it each day). Our week will start off with a review of our hula hoop activity....but with chenille sticks and beads. 2. We want to show "whole-part-part" with plates like Dr. Jean. 3. Just another way to show "whole-part-part" but with hangers (can't find original source.) 4. We also want to do an activity with cubes. Each kid will have two different colors to make a part-part-whole equation. I think it is going to be a fun week! But do you have any other suggestions? We are ALWAYS looking for more ideas!!
Trace hands, cut out & glue down, except for the fingers. Make sums to 10 & record underneath.
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Trace hands, cut out & glue down, except for the fingers. Make sums to 10 & record underneath. teaching math ideas, diy teacher crafts
Number Sense Craftivity - Students can make number bonds to ten by folding the fingers down and counting.
Great idea - memorable for the kids! (Relief Teaching Ideas) This would work for the 9's multiplication trick too!
Counting on Fingers (Number Sense Activity) | Could be adapted for learning the 9 times table
Number Sense Craftivity. Could use for multiplication trick for mines too.
Number Sense Craftivity - Math teaching ideas / Relief Teaching Ideas
Counting fingers. Counting to 10 worksheet. Ten. Kindergarten math.
Number Sense Craftivity | Relief Teaching Ideas
number sense | relief teaching ideas
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A Kindergarten Number Bond Lesson - I modified this product using materials available at school in order to teach the concept of decomposing numbers using a concrete model.
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! This would be great for teaching math mountains!
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! .... Follow for more FREE 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools other fun teaching stuff :)
LAMINATE, MAGNETS FOR MAGNET BOARD!! Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers!
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! Have these laminated to reuse.
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! (Kindergarten Smorgasbord)
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers. Number bonds are amazing.
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers!-Singapore Math concept
Number Bond Lesson - center idea
Fantastic Friday: Math Games and Computer Programs for Preschoolers
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Math: Number bonds visual teaching tool. Use with manipulatives to reinforce amounts (e.g marbles, cereal, buttons)
Math spiders - write the number in the centre and find all the different bonds to that number and record on the legs. Cheerios are used to support but other breakfast cereals are available!
Math spiders: Absolutely brilliant! We should create a whole set of these for the Kiddy Platter. What fun!
Math Center idea, plus the kids will love the Cheerios afterward!
spider math, easy way to teach math facts.
Math spiders, math games for kids
Math spiders/number bonds
beginner math idea
Pre school math
Great visual for the numbers 11-20 for a kinder or even 1st grade classroom!
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Recreate this fun and helpful visual for teen numbers. The different color links help show the 10 and some more addition strategy.
Forever in First: Ten Frame Teens - The brown hoops represents the starting number (10) and the green hoops represents the numbers being added to that starting number.
This would look great near my math center!!
Math Craft Visual for Teen Numbers
Forever in First: Ten Frame Teens
Way to visualize the teen numbers
Picture only - teen numbers
Teens Number Display
I have fully embraced the power of ten frames in my room. Van de Walle is right. He says young mathematicians recognize 10 in a ten frame much more easily than 10 cubes linked together to make a long train or the 10 in a base ten rod. When they see that train, they still want to count each and every one of its cubes. When they see a full ten frame, they're convinced it's 10. No counting needed. I've also enjoyed using ten frames to teach teens. We recently made this chart together. By the way, the full ten frames are blue. The extra ten frames are green for distinction purposes. When the ten frames were completed and glued, I asked, "What do you notice?" They noticed all kinds of things, and eventually their comments led us to the point of adding all the numbers to the chart as well. I found the inspiration for the chart below on Pinterest. Unfortunately, the link didn't lead me to its owner, but it's a great tool regardless. I simply chose to modify it by using the ten frame model, since it's one that we're embracing completely and understand well.
Decomposing numbers with dominoes - start with a number in a circle and have students place the dominoes that add up to that number
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Decomposing numbers with dominoes - start with a number in a circle and have students place the dominoes that add up to that number More free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/Price-Range/Free
Sorting dominoes, decomposing numbers
Great decomposing number game
Great Math Center Idea!
Math Number Concepts
Domino Math Game
math center idea
Bug Number Bonds
This relates to the NCTM standard of understanding the effects of adding and subtracting whole numbers. As students add the designated number of dots to their bugs, they can visualize the addition of two sets of numbers.
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Students learn to break down numbers and what numbers make up the bigger number.
Bingo markets Number Bonds
Bingo dot number bonds
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This activity utilizes paper "chain" links to cement the idea of a ten and some ones, place value, and teen numbers. Students first link ten pieces of paper together (all the same color). Students then add links of another color to visually represent numbers 11-19.
First grade common core place value, numbers 11 to 19, number chains and what to do with them! LOVE THIS!
Place value, numbers 11 to 19, number chains and patterns. Easy to adapt!
Place Value links. Use a different colour to show tens and ones.
Common core place value K-1, numbers 11 to 19, number chains.
Paper chains to show number bonds
number bond paper chains
great number bond idea
number bonds to 10 around the room for reference and practice?
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addition chain link - each link could be counting by 2s, 5s etc or a different number could be written on the link and total on the last link. National Council of teachers of math, standard 1.1
addition chain link - each link could be counting by 2s, 5s etc or a different number could be written on the link and total on the last link.
Students use paper (2 different colours), scissors & glue to make paper chain number bonds. Attach a card at the top or bottom to record the sum. If you don't have access to coloured paper you ...
Students use paper (2 different colours), scissors & glue to make paper chain number bonds. Attach a card at the top or bottom to record the sum.
Students can interactively add and see their addition by creative fun and colourful chains.
addition chain link...great way to display place value and also to 100th day :)
addition chain link- would be great with re-useable links OR cube counters
Children could make paper chains - Pirate treasure
Addition Chain Links
Practice those math facts!! Here's a new way of sorting addition and subtraction facts!
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Math fact sorting-use an egg carton, # it, make popsicle sticks with addition or subtraction facts. Math center idea?
Here's a new way for kids to sort addition or subtraction facts! Free idea from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide. ...instead of Popsicle sticks, use gemstones with answers written on them...have a different set of stones and egg cartons for each times table
Use egg cartons and Popsicle sticks with math facts on them as a way of sorting addition and subtraction facts.
Egg Carton Math: The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Early Elementary Activities
Egg cartons & math facts!
Math Ideas and MORE!
Great idea on teaching rounding... An easy way to make it visual.
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Cute way for younger students to remember which way to go when rounding numbers - drive the car to the number and then get out - if you aren't over the hill, you'll roll backwards.
Great visual for rounding numbers! I use same idea with my students. Works great and they love it.
good picture for rounding up! totally taping this to some of my students' desks
Should I ever have to teach math again... rounding
Great third grade ideas for teaching rounding
Math 1st and 2nd grade
Teaching number line
I have some anchor charts and things that I have been meaning to share, along with about a million other things, but I finally have some time to breath and blog today. =) I actually took this picture in my teammie's classroom because her idea was so cute and told her I was going to share it on my blog! She had the students write one word that describes something they learned about each SC region on a sticky note and then she used all of the words to make a wordle! Then, she attached it to the SC region map. GENIUS! And it looks so cute! I decided I am totally doing this as an end of unit activity! Obviously, we haven't gotten to the last two regions yet! And here are a few math anchor charts I've made since we have been learning about place value. I think I saw one of the ideas on Pinterest. My kids just love the Rounding Rap! You can view and listen to it HERE! It's so funny and very catchy! I've caught myself singing it WAY too many times in the last two weeks! I posted about the Rounding Mountain and CUBA method last year and you can view that post HERE for more info! I think the number line is self explanatory, though I have found this way is very confusing for some kids. We (my inclusion teacher and I) taped a number line to the floor and practiced hopping to the the rounded number when we introduced rounding. I am leaving that last bubble blank for when we begin our addition and subtraction unit next week. I will add an equation in there to represent another way to write a number. And I saw this fabulous idea on Hope's blog post about real readers! I did the Real vs. Fake reading last year, but I think this way is a much more exciting way to introduce it! You can read all about her fabulous lesson idea HERE! I have a sub for the first time this year tomorrow because I am attending the South Carolina Council for Social Studies conference tomorrow and I am pretty excited to learn some new stuff! In other news, I finally began working on my "Boo in the Zoo: Animal Themed Halloween Unit." Here were some of the things I want to include: * Animal Research (Bats, Owls, Cats, Spiders, and other creepies) * Spooky and Weird Animal Adaptations * Habitats Trick or Treat (Students would pretend they were going Trick or Treating in each habitat and draw or write things they would find there to add to their Trick or Treat bag) I know it sounds crazy, but I'm still in the thinking phase! =) * Bewitching Words (Students would pick and animal and write describing words) * Monstrous Metaphors & Spooktacular Similes (Animal related of course!) I would love more suggestions for activities to include!
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I was scanning the clearance aisle at Wal-Mart today and found a pack of large die cut apples for 50 cents! So I made number puzzles to put in math stations this week since it is Johhny's birthday and all. I made one for numbers 1-10. I'm thinking I need to go on and make 11-20 for my higher kids.
Quick Math Station Activity - number puzzles and addition practice Sooo clever!
Math puzzles and other 1st grade math ideas. Can make it more rigorous too!!!
Math puzzles and other 1st grade math ideas... xmas: tree w/bulbs
number puzzles - great math center for young students
Math puzzles and other 1st grade math ideas
number puzzles - great for math centers!
For when I teach math one day
I was scanning the clearance aisle at Wal-Mart today and found a pack of large die cut apples for 50 cents! So I made number puzzles to put in math stations this week since it is Johhny's birthday and all. I made one for numbers 1-10. I'm thinking I need to go on and make 11-20 for my higher kids. We've been slowly working on addition strategies and finding as many combinations of each number as we can. So this activity will be a good review/reinforcement of what we've been practicing. Here's a picture from a few weeks ago when we were working on making 5's. This game is called "shake and spill". The kids put 5 counting chips in a cup, shake them up, spill them, color what they spilled, and then write an equation. That orange thing is a little foam mat so the counting chips don't hit their desks and make so much noise, but if they all had their notebooks out like this little guy I guess that would've worked too. Also, 21 kids shaking up counters in a cup is almost deafening so I don't know why I even tried to make the spilling part quiet. It made sense at the time. On another note, did anyone know that Wal-Mart now has a 97 cent area much like Target's dollar bins? I'm not loving it as much as Target's but I give them an E for effort and there were some very cute teachery notepads, stickers, bookmarks, and tote bags. I bought some super cute cupcake sticky notes and plastic (reusable, not throw away) plates for a friend's upcoming birthday. Maybe I'll fill the plates with cupcakes or maybe I'll try and make one of these cake stands I've seen on pinterest. Anyone tried this yet?
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Math Centers - This is an interesting way to use dominoes to develop number concepts in #math about combining sets. I'd put this in the #Toys_and_Games area of c #Creative_Curriculum for #Preschoool. ##Preschool classroom.
Dominoes Math Station - could also use for students to add or multiply and place dominoes that reach the correct answer.
Math Centers - This is an interesting way to use dominoes to develop number concepts in #math about combining sets.
Math Centers - This is an interesting way to use dominoes to develop number concepts in
Course: Kindergarten Math Curriculum - Various ideas for math centers!!
Numbers- Math stations - tons of math centers
Math & number games.
Domino math game
Addition and subtraction
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Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.) can add correct # of dots on clothes pins for self checking
Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! Add dots to the end of the clothes pins so that they can count. (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)
Fun math idea with clothespin and Popsicle sticks! -Math Centers
Teaching math skills
Building Fact Families Awhile back, I saw a great idea from Margaret at KinderJourney. She was using clothes pins and craft sticks to build sight words. I loved the idea because kids enjoy working with the materials and get to develop important fine motor skills while also working with academic tasks. My kids couldn't get enough, so we started using these materials to build addition facts and then fact families. To build addition facts, just write the addition sign and equals sign on the craft sticks. Provide kids with sets of clothespins with numbers you are working with. My kids love to fill a table with facts they have built! Kids love building fact families too! I put the craft sticks and number pins that kids will need to build one fact family in a large ziploc bag. Kids then act as detectives to figure out what fact family they can build using these components. To develop an understanding of missing addend problems, kids pick up a "fact" and remove one of the pins. Their partner has to figure out what number pin they removed. Works for multiplication/division fact families as well. If you decide to try this out, I'd love to hear how it works for you! Thanks for stopping by! Anne
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Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: Math Work Stations- especially like the pattern block number right now.
Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: Pattern Block Templates- link to templates included
Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: Pattern Block Templates # Pinterest++ for iPad #
Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: Math Work Stations--pattern block templates
Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: pattern block numbers
Pattern Block Templates and other maths ideas
Math Work Stations Pattern block numbers
Math - Number, Pattern Block Templates
Kindergarten math center ideas
Number Line Subtraction Game
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Dice game to play using a number line: we have a GIANT -100 to 100 number line and 20-sided die to play with. To make it more challenging, use two dice--one for adding, and one for subtracting.
Number line subtraction game - love this idea once negative integers have been introduced! We will be playing an adapted version of this next year!
Number Line Subtraction Game also can use for addition --- make number line positive & negative?!
Number Line Subtraction Game - concrete and pictorial ways to experience maths
Number Line Subtraction Game......could be "upped" a little for middle school
Number Line Subtraction Game ... from 10 days of math games from Mama Jenn
Number Line Subtraction Game-as a addition game (use toward end of year)
Number line subtraction game and number line addition game!
Subtraction using a numberline
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PreK Numbers, Shapes, Colors Review (lots of different activities and links to printables). (Pictured are Clothespin Number Match Cards. Write numbers on mini-clothespins and then have your child clip them on to the correct number of dots.)
clothes pin math printables more http://totallytots.blogspot.com/2011/06/simply-made-clothespin-games.html
Preschool Math games tess-preschool-ideas Start with fewer numbers.
Preschool Math games#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Clothes PIN numbers and other preschool math tools.
Clothespin number match and other math games
Preschool Math games tess-preschool-ideas
Counting Activity for the Math Center
Printable Number Wheels
Swiper steals some numbers from the 100 chart each evening after the students go home. The next morning students figure out what numbers he swiped.
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Peterson's Pad: Swiper has swiped some numbers off the hundred chart. Can you figure out what are the missing numbers?
kindergarten-1st grade....Swiper swipes a few numbers from the hundred chart. Kids either find them and replace them or write the missing numbers. Fun free idea!
Peterson's Pad: Swiper! Swipe steals numbers from the calendar overnight...the kids have to figure out the missing numbers. Awesomeness!!!
Peterson's Pad: Swiper....need to make this into a flipchart so the numbers can hide behind swiped!
Peterson's Pad: Swiper
WOW! You've got to love the holiday break. I'm getting so much done and feeling very recharged! I just finished a fun little packet. My kiddos love 'FLIP FLAPS'! (That's the name my firsties gave them) So I made a bunch more for a fun math review. You can use them in math centers or as a weekly review. There are 37 different pages that align with most of the first grade math common core. You can check them out at my shops. There is a FREE download in the PREVIEW. It is on sale at TpT this week for 20% off! I hope you're all having a wonderful break! Thanks for stopping by!
I've had a lot of requests for my Math Station Labels and Charts. When I first made them I was still very new to the blogging world and wasn't sure how it all worked. I've later learned a lot about copyright laws and such. One of graphics I used on my first set of labels I've learned I can't share. So I've created them again with graphics I CAN share! Here is what they look like now. Click on the picture above for a FREE download. I made the little picture cards so you can laminate them and write your kiddo's names with an erasable marker. Then you can reuse them next year. The 'Looks Like, Sounds Like' anchor chart can be printed on your printer's poster setting to make it really big. I hope this helps some of you get your math stations up and running. I sure LOVE math stations and so do my kiddos. If you are new to math stations you'll want to check out this book by Debbie Diller. Kids need TIME and PRACTICE to process the things they are learning especially in math. Math Stations are a great way to let them get the time and practice they need. I survived the zoo on Friday. It was soooo much fun. I ended up taking one of my groups around and it was a joy to see how excited they got to see the polar bears swim right up to their faces behind the glass. They wore me out though. I had 5 VERY ACTIVE boys that can really move through the zoo quickly. This week is Apple Day on Wednesday. I love to make 1st grade Applesauce with the secret ingredient of cinnamon candy hearts! You can check out last years post HERE. I hope everyone has a fantastic week!
Missing numbers to one hundred. by Susan Wrynn on Indulgy.com
A Song/Video for number words! NUMBER WORDS RAP! (song for kids about spelling number words 1-10) - YouTube