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Maybe use with multiplication facts instead? The children roll dice and add up the numbers, if the sum equals the number on the bowling pin, they "knock" it down. The first child to knock all the bowling pins down wins!

This activity can be done at s first grade math station. The goal of the activity is to find the missing addends, and to complete the problem. I just thought it was a cute little activity that young students can do. Uses Easter Eggs -Amy Miskowicz

Small group math- rotation ideas and good card games to implement

number spider (missing a couple of legs).great way to work on decomposing numbers.the beginnings of distributive property. Older kids can use larger numbers using quick pic of tens and ones and/or more than 2 addends. Hmmm I can adapt this!

Books, Blocks, and Baskets: Math game, freebie and a sweet treat recipe! How to make ten with Connect Four

Ways to show a number Number of the day Confessions of a Kinder Teacher!: On to the Learning Train! (Do the number for the day of the month? Or up to Or

Number of the Day math thinking maps! I love this idea for learning numbers and their meanings!

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts Strategies for solving math anchor chart

### Bagels and Blogs

Math: Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser.

can adjust to fit grade skills.Place Value Roll it, Make it, Expand it Math Station ~ 4 different levels (this is the highest, other 2 are -- roll dice to make a number then draw it and expand it **alter to include decimals and word form!

### Spanish Bingo Game

This Spanish Bingo game is a great way to get your child excited about learning the basics of Spanish vocabulary. Auditory and visual learning styles help your little one get more knowledge out

You can use these coin booklets to introduce US coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter).

Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: Test Prep strategies I like this one, because it doesn't emphasize the old key word strategy, which in today's standardized testing language might not always work Anchor Charts,Classro

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

FREE practice with recognizing sums of ten. Print and copy for independent work or print on cardstock for a task card. math center make ten