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Lego Math Activities Ages 4-5 M.1.17 identify which is more ( visually, tactilely, or auditorilly). M.1.22 count each object only once

Lego Math Activities Ages 4-5 M.1.17 identify which is more ( visually, tactilely, or auditorilly). M.1.22 count each object only once

I would love to demonstrate this idea in my classroom and make my students do it for homework . Using a cereal box to practice math facts make it much more fun for the students and the teachers. The only problem is the teacher may have to collect all the cereal boxes for the kids to take home and make his/her own direction to go along with it . ( It also depend on the students age range.)

I would love to demonstrate this idea in my classroom and make my students do it for homework . Using a cereal box to practice math facts make it much more fun for the students and the teachers. The only problem is the teacher may have to collect all the cereal boxes for the kids to take home and make his/her own direction to go along with it . ( It also depend on the students age range.)

Decomposing numbers with dominoes - start with a number in a circle and have students place the dominoes that add up to that number.

Small Steps for Differentiation: Tier It!

Decomposing numbers with dominoes - start with a number in a circle and have students place the dominoes that add up to that number.

Don't Get Zapped! This game was made for first graders, but could oh so easily be adapted for older students with multiplication, division, decimals and more.

Don't Get Zapped! This game was made for first graders, but could oh so easily be adapted for older students with multiplication, division, decimals and more.

Little Minds at Work: Freebie - graphing

New week: Plans, Math Centers, Freebies & More

Hands-on learning for math concepts for your 5, 6, and 7 year olds. Lots of links to many different activities from all over the blogosphere. | from Creekside Learning.

Hands-On Math Learning For Kindergarten and First Grade

Hands-on learning for math concepts for your 5, 6, and 7 year olds. Lots of links to many different activities from all over the blogosphere. | from Creekside Learning.

jumbo craft sticks + magnet strips (glued on since sticky backed ones don't hold).  Sort colors or make any kinds of patterns.

jumbo craft sticks + magnet strips (glued on since sticky backed ones don't hold). Sort colors or make any kinds of patterns.

Put numbers one one die...dots that match your bingo dotters on the other die.  Roll them both and make the number of dots in the color shown :)

Put numbers one one die...dots that match your bingo dotters on the other die. Roll them both and make the number of dots in the color shown :)

The slips of numbers with blanks throughout are a great way for students to learn the sequence of numbers. The slips can either be laminated to where dry erase markers would work, or the magnetic numbers also would work. This could be an activity to integrate sequencing in math.

The slips of numbers with blanks throughout are a great way for students to learn the sequence of numbers. The slips can either be laminated to where dry erase markers would work, or the magnetic numbers also would work. This could be an activity to integrate sequencing in math.

Maybe as a center.  Draw a card with the amount on one side.  The kids slide the money to the piggy bank, and then turn the card over to see the coins and check if they were right.

Maybe as a center. Draw a card with the amount on one side. The kids slide the money to the piggy bank, and then turn the card over to see the coins and check if they were right.