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Thanks @Nena Wilt for making these. The kids love them...they actually have been wondering what has happened to them...lol. I need to make some to have another set!

Swamp Frog First Graders: Don't Get Zapped! addition version (Make into a multiplication and division version for grade!) can also be used for sight words

Cute game to practice multiplication facts.

This is what I am wanting to do with my class! Grade Frolics: Fun Friday with Math Centers Bottle top multiplication game

Dunk It Dominoes! {Addition Game} - could be a multiplication game for older grades too.

Here's a game called Dunk It Dominoes where students practice basic addition facts by "dunking" dominoes in the cup with the appropriate sum. I would also play Speed Dunk It or Hoop Dunk (toss in cup)

Math Puzzles are great for your early finishers, math centers, enrichment opportunities, morning work, intervention groups, or even homework!

Math Puzzles | Math Centers | Math Games | Math Activities

Math Puzzles are a great option for your early finishers, math centers, enrichment opportunities, morning work, or even intervention groups. Each puzzle focuses on a math skill. There are 10 pieces to each puzzle. Each puzzle piece has a math problem for

Create a fun-filled parent math night.  Just print and play.  Very little prep!

Family Math Night K-3 School Wide Event

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...

prince & co.: The Trading Game: Money Style.Race to a Quarter. 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.

Elevens Card Game-Get out a deck of cards and practice finding sums of 11 in this one-player math game! You'll lay out nine cards, then try to find sets of cards that add up to 11.

Elevens Card Game

10 Card Games for First Grade Math Practice Looking for fun ways to test your first grader on basic math like addition, subtraction and even/odd numbers? Here are 10 awesome card games full of math fundamentals.

Bugs - super cute fact family art project. Could use for other things (i.e. word families).

Insect fact families, would work for addition/subtraction or multiplication/division

I got actual McDonalds fry containers (I asked the manager and told them what they were for and they just gave them to me) :)  And then used yellow sponges cut into fry shapes.  :)

First Grade Fever!: French Fry Math Center FREEBIE & a Super-Big Thank You! As weeks go by keep adding french fries to the different numbers. It reinforces how many ways you can get to the same number

Primarily Speaking: A Fun {and Easy} Math Game

A Fun {and Easy} Math Game

Walk the Plank Game: practicing addition facts to Both players line up cubes, roll dice and add, take the opponent's sum cube. First person to take all of the other player's cubes wins.----could adapt to practice adding with integers

Guided Reading Activities. SO many ideas for small reading groups. Perfect to RTI, guided reading, and centers! This post even includes a FREEBIE sample!

Guided Reading Activities

Teach Your Child to Read - Guided Reading Activities. SO many ideas for small reading groups. Perfect to RTI, guided reading, and centers! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Oh my gosh this is amazing. Math games for each month!!!!! The only thing the kids need are their set of cards. This is amazing. Ahh-Mazing! I need to do this.

Attached the center cover sheet to a file folder and ran each folder through the laminator. After cutting the top of the folder, I placed all of the activity sheets inside. Love the cheap organization idea!

Make a math game out of craft sticks. | 19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Fun hands-on activity. Math puzzles - made from math sticks. Good for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals… more.

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