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    Great idea of sending home a math game box with each student to practice math skills at home rather than homework. Start out with a few tools and games and add to throughout the year as you cover more skills.

    Numbers about me! love this FREEBIE for the first few days of school!

    These fun, engaging puzzles will have even the most reluctant math students enjoying addition facts!

    This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc... plus other money games

    Freebie in the Preview! Double Digit Addition and Subrtraction Printables~ WITH regrouping! YAY!

    Addition with Regrouping {Anchor Chart} There's a fun and catchy rhyme on the chart... click on the item to see it larger... great chart from Melanie Redden. $1.00

    Nice addition with regrouping song! Must find out more about this Ron Brown. So many songs for math...and we all know how my second grade team loves songs!!!!

    Give students the answer and ask them to create the question / problem. Good example of an open ended mathematics task.

    fact family game with dice; includes colorful printable FREE. Could use for multiplication and division fact family too! Just need to do some adjusting.

    Joyful Learning In KC: +/- game and Tag Story Problems

    Number Bond Bugs Display, classroom display, class display, numeracy, number bonds, numbers, counting, bugs, Early Years (EYFS),KS1 & KS2 Primary Resources

    8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds from Boy Mama Teacher Mama {After School Linky}

    Hands on math mountains and number bonds!

    FREE number bond task cards and practice pages!

    Number bonds using various materials: dice, cubes, bears, counters, etc.

    kinesthetically comparing numbers

    Dragonflies in First: comparing numbers anchor chart

    Thinking I will have them compare and the "how many more" the winner has can be placed on a number chart (0-20?). They must use math talk to tell "how many more" they have. First person to fill the chart wins.

    Greater than or less than!

    A Little Math

    A Little Math

    GUESS WHO ADAPTED FOR MATH~ What's the number? Students ask questions such as, "Is the number greater than/less than....?" or "Is the number between ___ and ___?" or "Is the number in the tens place ____?" No two questions in a row can make the same comparison. Or, students may ask in number sentences, "Is the number 5+1?" Odd/even, multiple of, factor of, prime, decimal/fraction...

    F is for First Grade: Equation Anchor Chart

    Back to School Math Games Freebie

    Building Math Fact Fluency