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### Teaching Kids to Count On in Addition- Freebie!

Teaching Kids to Count On- This post has EIGHT different ways to help kids learn how to count on, plus a great Addition Eggs Freebie! #kindergarten

Using number cards and cubes to teach number order, numeral writing, and counting. (Mrs. Byrd's Learning Tree)

from The Measured Mom

### Free number cards 1-130 (with ideas for how to use them

My preschooler had so much fun with these free monster number cards... he'll be counting to 100 in no time!

from Bloglovin’

### Storm in a Jar Experiment (Growing A Jeweled Rose)

This free and fun activity is designed to increase number fluency from numbers 1 through 10. Students pick a colorful card and follow the directions to count from a starting number to a specific ending number. (For example: Start counting at 4. Stop counting at 9.) Print the cards on heavy card stock and laminate for a reusable resource.

TDEA! Use something like this to teach rounding...kids use grid paper, showing the number in rows of ten. Which ten is it closest to?

Starfish Math Game- I would write numbers in each of the circles so they could only put a pom pom if that number was there....or use 2 dye and they have to find the sum in one of the circles...

from BuzzFeed

### 35 Science Experiments That Are Basically Magic

35 Magical Science Experiments for Kids