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Counting/adding game. "Race you to 20" could easily be adapted to a lower number for younger children or made more difficult by adding a subtraction element.

Counting/Adding Game: "Race you to could easily be adapted to a lower number for younger children or made more difficult by adding a subtraction element. I can totally make this for my classroom!

Tactile way for kids to learn addition!

Math Work Station (Adding numbers) Note: great for hands-on learning, visual learning, and getting up and moving!

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Math Work Stations Blog Party Chapter 7 Geometry

Math Work Station Book Study: Geometry (with free files)

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and some freebies too! From: A Differentiated Kindergarten: Differentiated Math Stations For The Beginning of The Year and A Couple Of Freebies!

De leerlingen gooien met 2 dobbelstenen. Ze mogen kiezen wat ze doen: aftrekken of optellen. Als ze een getal maken dat nog niet bedekt is, mogen ze dat bedekken. De eerste zonder nummers is de winnaar!

Great math tub activity ~ I think I'd use a Hundreds chart and have my kids add the sum of the dice and then remove the candy corn.

Math task box

Making Math Fun With Unifix Cubes

Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization

Mathwire website - loads of cool math games to download for free!

FREE Data Analysis & Probability Games~ 16 different links for online games, printables, and activities that students will find both engaging and educational.

gives them a reference in the classroom

This is dealing with number sense.If I would have students each create one of these numbers, then hang them all in my math area of the room. This would be great to use in Kindergarten and First Grade.

Magnetic number of the day. It could be stationary or mobile. Great idea!

Pinning so I remember waht I want to do with my magnetic Scrabble tiles. Math center made with oil drip pan. Think I would add money to it too. Velcro to back of shelf.

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.

Easter inspired maths!

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

my favorite addition math stations. This one is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the 2nd addend. Then solve the number sentence. The kids really like it!

This math station is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the addend. Then solve the number sentence.

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