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Math Hopscotch...Hopscotch square in the shape of a calculator. The first player tosses her stone on the "1" key. She then hops on an equation equal to 1 (for example, she might jump to the following keys: =, 1, +, 0 or =, 3, -, 2). Players use 1-footed hops when landing on odd numbers and zeroes, and 2-footed hops for even numbers and symbols. A player's turn continues until she makes a mistake, such as stepping on a line or hopping on an incorrect equation. The winner is the first person…

This activity will work on a preschoolers math skills. First you number on a card 1-5 and then you put them on the cones then call out a number so the child can knock it over with a soccer ball.

Put math flash cards in a small photo album and students can answer the cards using a whiteboard marker. Great review! This is a first grade post, but just add multiplication or division flash cards and it works GREAT for third and fourth grade!

Over 250 pages of Number 1 to 15 Activities including: Missing Numbers, Writing Pages, Number Puzzles, 1 to 15 Number Cards, 3 Part Number Cards, Number Coloring, and Number Matching.

Write numbers 1-10 on a beach ball. Make sure to repeat so kids can practice multiplying like numbers. When your child catches the ball, they multiply together the two numbers their hands land on before throwing it to the next person.

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Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip

Math games for kids: Uno Flip for mental maths times tables and equations. A nice, simple fun way to practice solving math equations.

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Frog Jump: Measurement and Gross Motor Activity

Frog Jump! A math measurement and gross motor and activity for preschool.