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"Math Tubs in Kindergarten" - K math site

Young Teacher Love: Beginning of the Year Team Building Updates!

Math tub ideas. Based on Kathy Richardson.

Today was our 5th day of first grade, and our best yet! Although I at times have felt like a fish out of water due to my newness to the campus, I have been bound and determined to make a consistent clear operation within my classroom regardless of how I am feeling on the inside. …

Number line with pipe cleaner and a bead to use for addition and subtraction problems. ~Mrs. Bohatys Kindergarten Kingdom: Math tools

Pin 6: This works with numbers that combine to make ten but I would even change it to go above ten. This activity could also be used for multiplication as well. When working with addition, this is beneficial to use because the students learn the Change Unknown problem structure for addition.

Write groups of notes in boxes. Students match number of beats....or Rhythm patterns on cards to match iconic notation in boxes.

Here's an activity where the kids sort dominoes by the number of dots. Very easy to put together!

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Math Work Stations Blog Party Chapter 7 Geometry

First Grade Garden's blog with math centers (with labels)