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Number Fishing - Make Do & Friend - http://makedoandfriend.blogspot.com/2012/02/learning-numbers-magnet-fishing.html

This would be a fun culminating activity to addition, subtraction or both. Students can explore different ways reach a number. Much more hands on than a workbook! Lauren Miller

Dice game-- first to get all the numbers wins. A fun family night activity w/ the kiddos!

Use this for number kanji and put the right amount to blossoms on the tree and in the bento box

Make learning fun with this hands on graphing activity

Math tub ideas - so many great ideas to use with Common Core

Cute idea to recycle. It's an inexpensive catch and throw game. This site has several great ideas on it.

Finger Twister Game - \$4.99 // I bet you could easily make this for a simple party favor. Or for tables for guest to play with while waiting for food.

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: They had to "catch" gingerbread men here and find the matching letter and dot it with a bingo dotter. For fellow teachers who may be reading this...after paper-clipping all of those ginger people last year and the clips falling off after every "catch", I had the idea of just stapling a staple in each one. It worked just as well and so much easier than paper clips.

DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

The kids "toss" a dice or marker then add the two numbers together.- regrouping game! - could lower with simple letter or number toss! I have several of these ice trays =)

great way to practice addition: roll the ball through, add up your score; could modify to work for subtraction as well (mark one -2, etc.)

Match the number on the clothespin to the # of items on the wheel. Works equally well for letters (upper and lower) or for younger kids, colours.

FISH for numbers!

Clothespin Name Activity for preschoolers; letter and name recognition and fine motor skills, too.

sight words written on beans inside a pencil bag. Shake and read the words that pop up--could also use with letters, numbers, etc..

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

Magnet fine motor skill activity montessori inspired by AlenaSani

terrific lesson on odd and even numbers!!! kids will definitely remember this!