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  • Nina

    math centers magnetic number game- multiple ways to use this

  • Gramma Marie's Children's Centre

    Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor. Great for learning numbers OR letters.

  • Alix McAnally Crunk

    Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor- Math center!!

  • Glenna Greenwald

    Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor. Could also use large magnetic letters or numbers for ID. Built up handle on "fishing pole"

  • Brandy Ramirez

    Kids math fishing game...they add what they catch. Awesome idea

  • Sharon Garcia

    Learning Numbers - Magnet Fishing have wordwork fishing game have magnetic numbers in my math stations never thought to do a number fishing game like this good idea!

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Addition and Subtraction card game... ofcourse this could be extended to greater and lesser than... especially for teaching bridge to younger children... H is trumps, which is greater 2H or AS ? :)

"decomposing" 1. Start kids with 2 colors of cubes ( 5 each) and indiv white boards and markers. Have them make a stick of 5 purple, 0 green. show how to write the equation. Decompose the number 5 with cubes and show ALL equations with sums of 5 with kids. 2. practice next day. 3. Day 3-give them cubes and this sheet (5) and paper squares as well.

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  • Sam Stinn

    BEDMAS, (brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction) is what i learned. Probably slightly easier to remember a word as opposed to a whole sentence don't you think?

  • kelli kiser

    I learned Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally many years ago and still remember it well. Plus "[]" are brackets. Not "()" those are parentheses.

  • Amanda Olivier

    I learned Bedmas as well, and have always taught that. Seems to work.

  • Amber Thomas

    I usually call it PEMDAS. When I teach it I do both "Please excuse..." when they're getting used to it (helping them think it through) and "PEMDAS" after they just need a reminder.

  • Sam Stinn

    I'd just like to point out that not many 3rd or 4th graders are going to care if there is a difference between brackets [] and parentheses ().

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Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom: Such a good idea! Create a number ladder and laminate it, attach a pipe cleaner and bead and use it for addition and subtraction or what comes before and after

Fishing for Numbers - Addition and Subtraction Math Center Super fun way to review concepts. My kids LOVE this activity! $

Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using 10. to the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways. This picture uses Christmas colours to make class decorations.

Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

I think this manipulative would be great to use in a math center for kindergarten or first grade because it helps the students visualize addition problems by comparing the 2 numbers individually with different colors and together when they're connected to find the sum of the numbers. 5266

Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers 1-20 to keep up in the wall for a while?