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EGGcellent number match!

Use Easter Eggs for Math! ~ Make all the halves different colors for grades 1 and up if you're doing something like this. most kids would just know they have to match the colors.

Lego math . . . Some ideas to get kids thinking math while building.

Such a great way to help kids visualize math! Note: Unifix cubes are great manipulatives for teaching math in the classroom. Use legos instead for homeschooling, saving space and money by using the toy building blocks they already have.

Matching Number to Ten Frame

*Could also do this for bigger numbers too! Matching ten frames to numbers - this is a great exercise since this is a main focus now in common core standards for math in preK & K.

A Love for Teaching: Being Resourceful

Math Match-up! Have students do the problem located on the clothes pin and match it up with the correct answer on the piece of paper. A creative game to work on multiplication/subtraction/addition, and could easily be used at a math center.

Shark Attack Greater Than, Less Than.    This is a great way to introduce the concept of ‘greater than, less than’ to your children. When it comes to children understanding numbers, comparing numbers is one of the biggies!

Shark Attack Greater Than, Less Than. This is a great way to introduce the concept of ‘greater than, less than’ to your children. When it comes to children understanding numbers, comparing numbers is one of the biggies!

Love this idea for number bonds! Makes it so visual and hands on for the littles

Number Bonds - Show how two parts make a whole. Great for teaching composing/decomposing numbers. Great hands-on for Kindergarten!

Easy to make Number Puzzles in the Bag - great for one more, ten more understanding

T's First Grade Class: Number Puzzles in the Bag! Use number bags

Place value game using playing cards. Ask students to draw 2 or 3 cards and then ask them to make a number with the least or greatest value.

Place value game using playing cards. Ask students to draw 2 or 3 cards and then ask them to make a number with the least or greatest value. Or just 2 columns to name more or less with 2 cards

OMG!  Perfect for math in focus number decomposition! Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase!  Great to teach part part whole, fact families, etc.

Dry erase on plastic plates, hmm. From previous pinner: Perfect for math in focus number decomposition! Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase! Great to teach part part whole, fact families, etc.

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