Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization

T's First Grade Class: Ziploc Slider Bag Number Lines. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers.

Counting/Adding Game: "Race you to could easily be adapted to a lower number for younger children or made more difficult by adding a subtraction element. I can totally make this for my classroom!

This is dealing with number sense.If I would have students each create one of these numbers, then hang them all in my math area of the room. This would be great to use in Kindergarten and First Grade.

Pinning so I remember waht I want to do with my magnetic Scrabble tiles. Math center made with oil drip pan. Think I would add money to it too. Velcro to back of shelf.

Snap Cubes With Activities to Reinforce Counting, Patterns, Addition and Subtraction - adapt for preshoolers. Color code the numbers to coordinate with the snapping cube colors.

She breaks down her math time from start to finish with whole group and math tubs, guided math, independent journal time and technology math. Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Guided Math in First Grade