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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.
Math Station, Math Center, Math Plate, Math Ideas, Teaching Missing Addend, Math Practice, Addition Mat
To introduce fact families. Part plus part equals whole. Dry erasable plastic plate with markers for the math center!
Equations  Addition Maths Station, such a simple idea using plastic plates and counters!
Part, part, total! Math Plate. Click to see some other great math ideas!
Math Plate. Click to see some other great math ideas!
Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase
Math Plate...and other math ideas
A lot of great math ideas!
math practice
A Teacher's Idea: MATH Resources
A Teacher's Idea: MATH Resources
Cute math anchor charts.
Teaching Idea, Math Help, Teaching Math, Addition Anchor Chart, Math Anchor Chart, Kindergarten Idea, Math Poem, School Math
Cute math anchor charts. Linus the Minus. Gus the Plus. For more anchor charts visit: https://www.pinterest.com/eclearning/elementaryanchorcharts/
This is a great math chart for teaching students the difference between minus and plus signs.
If I ever teach a lower grade than I do now....Cute math anchor charts.
Cute math anchor chart for addition and subtraction.
Addition/Subtraction math anchor chart
Cute math + &  poems
Kindergarten ideas
Teaching Ideas
Math Helps
Subtraction Chant
Grade Math, Math Madness, Marvelous Math, Algebraic Thinking, 15 16, Addition Subtraction, 2Nd Grade
Peek at My Week…Punctuation and Subtraction
Subtraction chant with video
Slide1
Peek at My Week...Punctuation & Subtraction
Peek at My Week...Punctuation & Subtraction
Subtraction Chant
Adding Plus One Math Lesson and Activity
Teaching Lessons Math, Ideas, Kindergarten Math, Math Lessons, Molly Addy, Addition Subtraction, 1St Grade, 2Nd Grade
Plus One Math Lesson and Activity
Primary Junction: Plus One Math Lesson and Activity
Math Work Station (Adding numbers) LOVE this!!!
Math Station, Work Station, Math Addition, Math Center, Adding Fun, Math Idea, Addition Games, School Math
“Adding Fun” – A creative and practical idea for a math center. Easy to build, easy to implement. #math #mathchat #edchat #educhat #studyfun
forget the math work station this inspires me to make an awesome sensory course
Math Work Station (Adding numbers) could do on fridge?
Adding funcheap and easy for a math center.
Adding Fun math station
Addition gameSO cool!
Maths addition
Math Work Station (Adding numbers) Classroom,Classroom ideas,Matemticas,Math,Math and Literacy Connections,Math Station Activities/Ideas,School,When..i become a teacher,
Awesome way for the kiddos to practicing adding! The kiddos will beg to go to this station 1st Grade,Classroom,Classroom ideas,Early Childhood Education and Play Ideas,Homeschool,Math,Math Ideas,Speech Therapy Ideas,
Mothering with Creativity: Adding Fun
TwoDigit Subtraction Freebies
Teaching Idea, Subtraction Problem, Subtraction Chart, Anchor Charts, Subtraction Anchor Chart, Subtraction Poster, 2Nd Grade, Subtraction Rhyme
Τα ποιηματάκια με ομοιοκαταληξίες που εμπεριέχουν διαδικασίες που θέλουμε να θυμούνται βήματα είναι πολύ βοηθητικά! subtraction poster=cute
Subtraction Anchor chart. Teaches students a poem to go with practice subtraction problems. Great poster to hang in the classroom. It would fall under Marzano's Nonlinguistic representation.
Strategy: Subtraction Anchor chart Subject: Numbers & Operations Process: Problem solving Common Core: 2.NBT.5 Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction. Need: strategy for abstract practice Goal: trick for procedural knowledge Materials: anchor chart Summary: Teach students procedural poem, practice with subtraction problems
Subtraction Regrouping Anchor Chart
Neat teaching idea
Subtraction rhyme
If you follow me other places like FB or Instagram, then you have already seen this picture, but I wanted to share where I decided to hang the anchor chart. I put it right next to our door so that when we leave the room for specials, lunch, recess, etc that the students see the anchor chart over and over. We also say it as a class as it has a nice singsongy tune to it! I need a few more days with this topic before I assess my kids (because subtraction with regrouping is HARD stuff) so I put together this little packet for you too! You can snag it by clicking on the picture below and heading to my TPT store! Even though we have moved on to much more difficult concepts, my kids are using my Sum Fall for 2nd graders Packet to work on our automaticity in adding. I use this packet during Math Work Stations. I keep preaching to them that the better we are at our basic addition and subtraction facts, the easier the rest of the year (or math forever) will be! We are up to our elbows in informational writing in my classroom. I pulled out one of my tried and true snacks to use as an example for HowTo writing. Tuesday We made spider crackers and wrote as a class. Wednesday We wrote the procedures on our own. Thursday We went to the preschool class to use our directions and make the snack with the cuties! Friday We began writing our individual HowTo pieces. Here is my very own cutiepreschooler making her own snack! Next we did this AWESOME art project. I love crafts, I do... BUT I LOVE real art. I am not yelling at youI promise. During Nash's karate class twice a week, I sit with this super talented and fun teacher from a few miles down the road and talk about school. She suggested this art project and I am SO glad she did. We read Crankenstein (adorable), made our own Frankensteins with oil pastels (double adorable), and wrote about our own personal connections to the book (ding ding dingstandards). Here is my Frankenstein: And here are just a couple examples from my OOBER talented kiddos: I cannot believe that it is NOVEMBER already, BUT I am super excited that last weekend I busted my tail to have November Busy Teacher finished! It made getting ready for homework next week so much easier! If you are looking for first grade centers for November...look no further :) I will be marching these across the hall to my first grade buddies tomorrow. No need for them to sit in my file cabinets! Or you can get them bundled here: My big plan is to work on November 2nd grade Centers today.... in between preparing for the week and visiting the Dinosaur Extravaganza with Nash :) We shall see!
Smart Cookie Math App  Addition & Subtraction App
Smart Cookie Math App  Helps students practice math facts!
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The app for Smart Cookie Math is here! This app aligns with the Smart Cookie TpT Program. Great way to have kids practicing their facts at home!
Smart Cookie Math  App for Addition & Subtraction to match paper & pencil program!
Lucky to Be in First!: Smart Cookies Makes Me So "App"y!
Sugar and Spice: Weekend App Attack: Smart Cookie!
Weekend App Attack: Smart Cookie!
I'm back with a Weekend App Attack for you! Today I am sharing an app by a fabulous teacher blogger! That's right, one of our very own wonderful bloggers created this app for her students and it is now available to YOU on iTunes! How cool is that?! This weekend's featured app is brought to you by: Molly from Lucky to Be in First! Molly created the app, Smart Cookie, to help her students master their basic math facts. She has also extended this app to include a version for multiplication and division. The app is super kidfriendly and FUN! Check out some of these preview pictures: First of all, how cute is this logo? :) Students progress through a series of timed math tests that are progressively more difficult. In Molly's new update, your entire class can participate in Smart Cookie when they use the app. This app is awesome to use as a math center! When students pass a level, a cookie is added to their cookie jar. They love seeing their cookie jar filled up with cookies! The app provides great positive reinforcement to students, encouraging them to keep practicing and working hard on their math facts! Molly's app is $1.99 and WELL WORTH the price! Your kids will love this math app! You can find Molly's Smart Cookie app in the iTunes store by clicking HERE or clicking on the image below. :) Thanks for stopping in for this week's Weekend App Attack! :) Check back tomorrow for a little giveaway of my newest product: Who Said That? A Dialogue and Quotation Mark Unit for Readers and Writers! :) I'm off to the salon to get my hair done. If you googled "split ends" right now, a picture of my hair would probably pop up on your screen. It's a hot mess. Then, we are headed out to go to dinner and bowling with our bible group. Wish me luck. When I bowl, the ball goes about .0003 miles per hour down the lane. You could probably complete your lesson plans for next week by the time it reaches the pins. :) Happy Saturday and of course 
Smart Cookie Math App  Addition & Subtraction App
Miss DeCarbo: Weekend App Attack: Smart Cookie!
Lucky to Be in First!: Smart Cookies Makes Me So "App"y!
Math Facts Idea
Teaching Idea, Math Center, Facts Idea, Math Idea, Education Math
Students come in and pick a math fact from a chart she has posted on the wall. On their paper, they then write all the facts in that fact family, the meaning of the fact, the partpartwhole model, a pictorial representation, and the number line. Great math center activity.
Math Facts Idea  good for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Great fact layout! 3 Teacher Chicks: Amazing Math Facts Idea I learned!
fact families and daily math idea from the 3 teacher chicks blog
Nice anchor chart for fact families/math fact strategies
3 Teacher Chicks: Amazing Math Facts Idea I learned!
Great math teaching idea for the kidos
Great idea....math facts too!
Great for math journal!
3 Teacher Chicks: Amazing Math Facts Idea I learned!
Make Ten Houses  "My kids get to don an apron and a hard hat and then head to the “Make 10” takeaway tray and start building their houses."
10 House, Math Center, Build House, House Building
Build houses with Popsicle sticks and record the combinations in their math journals... Great for deconstructing numbers
"Make 10" build houses with Popsicle sticks record all the combinations of 2 colors they can make in math journals SO CUTE
"Building Houses" Students record how many ways they can make ten with popsicle sticks in their math journal.
Building Houses to practice Number Sense They can only use 10 sticks to build their houses and show me how many different ways they can construct it using two different colors. Then they have to record their work in their Math Journals.
This looks like a good math center idea. Kids "build" houses using different ways of making 10.
image number house families with popsicle sticks  2 colors cute idea
Adding to 10  addition houses
Make 10: House building style!
make ten house building
The First Grade Parade: Your Mission…Should You Choose to Accept…
way to teach double digit subtraction...gives borrowing from your neighbor a whole new meaning.
Grade Math, Math Addition, Classroom Math, Teaching Math, Math Ideas, Homeschool Math, Addition Subtraction, 2Nd Grade
The Learning Tree: subtraction. Some learners will really benefit from drawing the house instead of crossing through. You can also find more free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/PriceRange/Free
cute way to teach double digit subtraction. 2nd grade blog.
Polka Dot Firsties: Ten Pin Linky: Math Ideas
I'm linking up with Ashley again this week. I got extra nerdy with my math board on Pinterest. I had over 100 pins on my math board and it was just too jumbled for me. I started with my base Math Lesson Ideas Board and then created 4 more boards  Addition & Subtraction, Place Value, Number Sense, Geometry. I'm in the process of doing the same thing with my Reading Board, but that's another topic for a different day! Source: First Grade Fresh Doubles Rap iPod  My students loved this last year! I had such a musical group. Source: Blooming Kiddos What a great visual! I think this would be great to make when we are learning about commutative property with our math facts. Source: Teach 123 Nothing drives me more crazy than the sound of the ten rods and ones. At least I know when the students are playing and not paying attention, but still! In this pin, the ten rods and ones are made from sponges. I bought Cara Caroll's Calendar Companion last year and my firsties were actually engaged in calendar time. (And I was too!) This is a life size version that's perfect for your calendar area. Source: Peterson's Pad I used this to introduce my math centers last year. It's like the Daily 5 for math! The pin leads to great math workshop organization ideas. Source: Living Laughing and Loving I really want to cut my composition books in half this year. We never use the entire book anyhow. Source: Bunting, Books and Bainbridge I like to send this home for homework for a number sense/tally practice. Easy way to teach double digit addition! You have to go to the neighbor's house to borrow a ten...like how you borrow a cup of sugar from you neighbor. Great analogy and I'll take anything that helps with this concept. Ok, I didn't quite make ten, but my eyes are getting a little sleepy. Good night!
Ten Pin Linky: Math Ideas
The Learning Tree: Freebie
Addition and Subtraction/Making Different Number Combos
Math Fun, Classroom Math, Math Coach S, Common Core Math, Math Ideas, Common Cores, Classroom Common, School Math
Mackey's Classroom: Common Core: How many ways can you make 10? How neat?! I will definitely be using this activity.
The First Grade Parade: Math Fun, Grinch Prep, Gingerbread, and I Got My Shop On :)
Mackey's Classroom: Common Core: How many ways can you make 10?
Common Core Math: Ways to make ten! FREEBIE!!
Common Core Math: Ways to make 10
Math Fun
Math Fun, Grinch Prep, Gingerbread, and I Got My Shop On :)
Common Core: How many ways can you make 10?
Ten Frame Addition/Subtraction
Number Sentence, Winter Unit, Math Ideas, Preschool Winter
Toss a beanbag on a number on the snowman, kids make it in the 10 frame with snowflakes. Then tell how many more it would take to make 10, fill in the tens frame with a different colored snowflake, write number sentence on white board...5+5=10. Love this, incorporates many skills that build on Eachother. The kids would love this!!
Teaching  Math  Number Sence  Game  Toss a beanbag on a number on the snowman, kids make it in the 10 frame with snowflakes
Tens Frames!!! Toss a beanbag on a number on the snowman, kids make it in the 10 frame with snowflakes
*use reek reek to write addition equations for number landed on. One student throws a ball. They fill the tens frame with the number they landed on. The other student needs to figure out how many more is needed to complete the tens frame. Then write the number sentence on the board.
Toss a beanbag on a number on the snowman, kids make it in the 10 frame with snowflakes. Adapt this and write teen numbers on snowman and have kids fill in the ten frame to build the number
One student throws a ball. They fill the tens frame with the number they landed on. The other student needs to figure out how many more is needed to complete the tens frame. Then write the number sentence on the board.
Toss a beanbag on a number on the snowman, kids make it in the 10 frame with snowflakes...2 ten frames for teens...
Winter math ideas (tens frame)
Winter unit
Using Number Lines to Add
Classroom Math, Numberline Game, Math Ideas, Giant Number, 10 Math, Education Math, Larger Numbers
giant number line.... love it, games to play for working on making 10 facts
Butcher paper number line use larger numbers too!
Snowflake number linecounting on
Making ten on a giant number line
Make 10 Math Game
giant number line
numberline game
After looking through my Facebook feed, I think it’s safe to say that MANY of you are digging your way through the snow this week! Well aren’t you lucky?! I was chipping away at the frost on my windshield this morning, but then it warmed up to the high 50’s and all was *almost* right in the world :) I’ve been a little MIA this week because we’re testing our Kbabies! Have I told y’all how much I LOVE midyear testing?!?! Because I honestly really DO!! I LOVE seeing all the progress my kids are making!!! Sure…it’s definitely time consuming…but I LOVE the results! I’m SO unbelievably proud of my kids!!! They just BLOW me away!!! Speaking of digging, did I tell y’all we got a new dog?!?! After Nutella was taken, we were so very, VERY sad. Then we decided to get a German Shepard {oh how I LOVE Germans!} We decided we’d wait ‘til the summer to get a puppy so we’d have time to train him. Well…God had a different plan for us and we were introduced to a rescue group here in Houston…PugHearts. Y’all remember our old dog, Griffin?!?! The world’s sweetest, fattest pug?!?! Well, after he passed in March, we said that *one day* we’d love to add another pug to the mix. PugHearts is this great rescue organization here in the Houston area and they had a little guy we just fell for….hook, line, and sinker. And after we had to sign away our first born child {not really, but ohmiword…the rescue adoption process is NO joke!!!!}, we have ourselves a new member of the family. Meet Lloyd…our sweet little 6yearold rescue! We LOVE him!!!! Okay…sorry about that. Just a proud *mommy moment*. Back to business. Let’s talk math…again..shall we?! We played another “make 10” game this week, only this time, we practiced using a number line. This is pretty much the same idea as the snowman/tens frame game I posted about HERE. I made a giant number line out of butcher paper and took out one of my 10 cent snowflakes as a marker. Then I hid some **snowballs*** {aka: paper circles} in the **snow** {crinkle paper}. Each *snowball* had a number {110} written on it. The kids had to reach into the snow and dig for a snowball. Once they pulled out a snowball, we marked the number on the number line using our giant snowflake. Then we moved the snowflake to 10 and counted the number of spaces we moved along the way. After we counted the spaces, we created number sentences to match. They’re getting SO good at creating number sentences!! And I love that they’re starting to understand how to *add on*!! We recorded our number sentences on a little recording sheet in my newest math packet. This is actually a large life size version of the activity in the packet….my kids are begging to do it again!!! You can click the pic below if you need a few more math tub activities for winter! TGIF{tomorrow}!!! Happy 3day weekend to you!!!!
The First Grade Parade: Digging Through the Snow
Subtraction Using Ten Frames
Grade Math, Classroom Math, 10 Frames, Math Subtraction, Math Ideas, School Math, 1St Grade
Life Size Ten Frame for teaching ENY subtracting from the tens. 14 kids 6 requires subtracting from the ten frame not the 4 ones. perfect!
Pin #7: For this activity, students stand on a lifesize tens frame. The teacher ask the students to subtract (x) amount students while doing this activity. The students get to count their classmates. This activity makes it more “real” for the students and more concrete.
Life Sized Subtraction  using kids to fill in the ten frame, rolling a die, and then subtracting that number from the total kids. Love it!
Make a tens frame for kids to stand on got life sized addition and subtraction.
Life Size Ten Frame for teaching addition and subtraction to/from ten.:
Teaching subtraction with a lifesized ten frame. Genius.
Giant 10 Frames http://thefirstgradeparade.blogspot.com/
1st grade subtraction
When I taught first grade, I remember my kids had a little difficulty understanding that the greater number had to come first in a number sentence when subtracting. I know that kids can memorize like nobody’s business, so I think it’s EXTREMELY important to get them to understand WHY so they know how to apply as the skill progressively becomes more challenging {how’s that for a long, grammatically incorrect sentence?!?!} We’ve talked about the symbol we use for subtraction and lots of key words, so it was time for some handson fun. To introduce the concept, we started with a fun…SUPER simple…handson, whole group activity that my kids absolutely ADORED. All that’s needed is 2 pair of dice, dry erase boards/sleeves OR something to write on, and manipulatives. I gave each of my kids a dry erase sleeve {I LOVE these things!!!}, marker, and a wipe. {You could always use a clear page protector, too!} Then I set out some snap cubes {to use as counters} in front of each kiddo. To start the activity, I passed out the 2 sets of dice to two of my little friends then asked both of them to roll the dice in their “bubble” :) Before I let my kids help with this, I modeled it for them 34 times so they knew exactly what to expect! After they rolled the dice, they repeated the amount they rolled and then we did a little quantity discrimination to determine the GREATEST number our of the two. Once we determined the greatest number, the kids counted out that amount of snap cubes. Then I reminded the kids to remove the smaller amount from the bigger amount. Each time we did this, I reminded them that we ALWAYS start with the bigger number when subtracting because you can’t take away more than you already have. Then we wrote our number sentences to match. Loved that I was quickly able to assess understanding and then followup as needed! We’re really getting our feet wet!!! Speaking of feet, we also did a little lifesized subtraction with a tens frame, a die, and our own two feet! I drew out a big tens frame on butcher paper and had 10 of my friends fill the frames. Then we rolled a die and removed that amount of friends from the tens frame. The kids loved it…they were hilarious!! We practiced making number sentences, too. Lots of handson…and feeton?!?!…FUN subtracting!!!! I’ll be back tomorrow talking about my math tubs and how they work in my classroom…and stay tuned for a little recap of last weekend’s Houston Blogger Meetup! Such talented, sweet teachers in this city!
The First Grade Parade: Life Sized Subtraction
Writing Subtraction Number Sentences
Grade Math, Math Games Activities, Math Addition, Classroom Math, Subtraction Game, 3Rd Math, Education Math
Math: Subtraction: Life Sized Subtraction: THe First Grade Parade
The First Grade Parade: Life Sized Subtraction
Subtraction game
Life Sized Subtraction
When I taught first grade, I remember my kids had a little difficulty understanding that the greater number had to come first in a number sentence when subtracting. I know that kids can memorize like nobody’s business, so I think it’s EXTREMELY important to get them to understand WHY so they know how to apply as the skill progressively becomes more challenging {how’s that for a long, grammatically incorrect sentence?!?!} We’ve talked about the symbol we use for subtraction and lots of key words, so it was time for some handson fun. To introduce the concept, we started with a fun…SUPER simple…handson, whole group activity that my kids absolutely ADORED. All that’s needed is 2 pair of dice, dry erase boards/sleeves OR something to write on, and manipulatives. I gave each of my kids a dry erase sleeve {I LOVE these things!!!}, marker, and a wipe. {You could always use a clear page protector, too!} Then I set out some snap cubes {to use as counters} in front of each kiddo. To start the activity, I passed out the 2 sets of dice to two of my little friends then asked both of them to roll the dice in their “bubble” :) Before I let my kids help with this, I modeled it for them 34 times so they knew exactly what to expect! After they rolled the dice, they repeated the amount they rolled and then we did a little quantity discrimination to determine the GREATEST number our of the two. Once we determined the greatest number, the kids counted out that amount of snap cubes. Then I reminded the kids to remove the smaller amount from the bigger amount. Each time we did this, I reminded them that we ALWAYS start with the bigger number when subtracting because you can’t take away more than you already have. Then we wrote our number sentences to match. Loved that I was quickly able to assess understanding and then followup as needed! We’re really getting our feet wet!!! Speaking of feet, we also did a little lifesized subtraction with a tens frame, a die, and our own two feet! I drew out a big tens frame on butcher paper and had 10 of my friends fill the frames. Then we rolled a die and removed that amount of friends from the tens frame. The kids loved it…they were hilarious!! We practiced making number sentences, too. Lots of handson…and feeton?!?!…FUN subtracting!!!! I’ll be back tomorrow talking about my math tubs and how they work in my classroom…and stay tuned for a little recap of last weekend’s Houston Blogger Meetup! Such talented, sweet teachers in this city!
The First Grade Parade: Life Sized Subtraction
Teacher Feature: Live Laugh and Love to Learn
Add It Up  Like Boggle, but with numbers! Students add any two numbers as many times as they can.
Math Center, Teaching Math, Early Finisher, Math Bulletin Board, Boggle Board, Math Idea, Education Math, School Math
math bulletin board. Great idea for early finishers  could do this for any grade  +,,x, division!
Add It Up. This is Boggle for math! I'm going to make this middle school appropriate by using positive and negative integers. I think this could be a good whole class math game. Math Game Monday Boggle Board
Early Finisher:: Adding Board EXACTLY what I was looking for to replace my BOGGLE board!!
Great math idea for fast finishers...can use with math facts
Like a Boggle Board but with Numbers (use smaller numbers)
math boggle board  add it up  for the early finishers!
Math center boggle so cute and she includes a free PDF
Number version of Boggle. Great for early finishers!
dandelions and dragonflies: math center
Fun Way to Assess Students' Learning
One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem.
Math Station, Math Center, Teaching Math, School Math, Assess Student
One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. Could be used from elementary to high school math. Play on dry erase boards.
Quick Math Game  One student calls out an answer while another erases the problem. If you have small whiteboards, students could play this in pairs or small groups. You could play this same game with subtraction, multiplication or division too!
Math Fact Practice Activity  One student shouts answer and the other erases the problem. You could use magnetic math problems so students could easily reset activity.
I love this for a quick math fact practice. One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem.
One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. Fun! Nice quick math center.
One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. Math station idea?!
Quick math  students can practice a variety of math facts!
Whether you're looking specifically for math games or just want a fun way for students to practice math facts, the ideas on this page will help you incorporate
Fun Way to Assess Students' Learning
Teaching Blog Addict: Fun Way to Assess Students' Learning
How Do Snowmen Solve Story Problems?
Charts Math, Math Problems, Maths Ideas, Math Ideas, Story Problem, School Ideas, Problem Snowman, Problems Chart, School Math
The Teacher Wife: How do snowmen solve story problems? $
How Do Snowmen Solve Story Problems? A Winter Packet!
steps to solving a math problem
Snowman Story Problems
Story problems chart
Story problems
You and your students will enjoy this winter themed packet {perfect for January} while learning more about story problems! This packet includes:  22 inch
the teacher wife: How Do Snowmen Solve Story Problems?
Magic Math! (And more ideas for addition fact practice
Magic Math! (And more ideas for addition fact practice)
Watercolor, Idea, Magic Math, Student, Math Practice, Addition Fact, Kid
"magic math" addition facts practice, kids paint with watercolors over white crayon to check their answers
Magic Math  Spice up addition fact practice with "magically" appearing correct answers. Post includes several other math practice ideas, too.
Magic Math  Spice up addition fact practice with "magically" appearing numbers! More ideas for addition fact practice, too.
Super fun Magic Math! Good for them to check their own work too. (And more ideas for addition fact practice)
Magic Math! White crayon and paint "magically" reveals the answers so that kids can check their work. I think we will try this on our Life Of Fred row of practice.
Magic Math! White crayon and paint "magically" reveals the answers so that kids can check their work. Makes addition practice a LOT more fun!
Magic Math! (And more ideas for addition fact practice)thinking this could be fun for the kids who don't want to practice math facts!
Write the answer in white crayon in the box and students can check their answers with watercolors
Great ideas for making math a little more fun!
linking addition
Classroom Math, Math Center, Kindergarten Addition Center, Kindergarten Math, Addition Flashcards, Addends Students, Math Practice, Children'S Math
Practice addition with linking chains! Laminate a set of flashcards and hole punch below the addends. Students add the appropriate number of links to determine the sum. Perfect for math centers! Love this idea! We already have the links...
K.OA.1 Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds, acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations. Students could do this individually in math centers. They can use the links to solve/represent addition or subtraction problems then write the answer.
This has the added advantage of adding fine motor skill to the activity... Practice addition with linking chains! Laminate a set of flashcards and hole punch below the addends. Students add the appropriate number of links to determine the sum. Perfect for math centers!
Perfect for math centers!
Well, we are going crazy over cups. Lately I have found myself with a surplus of cups. I actually got a lot last summer from Camp Invention. I have been trying to figure out what to do with them. So here is what we came up with. Most of these came from my teacher partner! She's so creative! They are so fun! First, is a simple easy game to play. A great review for anytime over anything. You know the old trick where you hide a ball under and cup and move them all around and ask someone which one it is under. Well just write on a label on the cups. I wrote addition problems. Then mixed the cups up and asked students to find the chocolate. I used chocolate because I had it leftover from the 100th day. You could just put a ball, button, cotton ball, conversation heart, possibilities are endless, you could use anything you have. Hide something move the cups around and let the fun begin. I'm also making some with words to review the harder to remember ones. :) The second one is a great word work activity the kids are sure to love!! Just write words on your cups. Students pick a cup read the word and build a tower. Then the record their words on their sheet. I made a sheet but it's on my school computer. I will have to upload it later. Sorry! The third one I also used ping pong balls. Just a little weird that I had 50 ping pong balls but I did so that I what I used. My teaching partners used craft sticks. I wrote the word family on the cup and then different words on the balls. I had the students sort them by word family and then write them on the recording sheet. I like to make them accountable for their work :) And click here for the recording sheet. The next math station doesn't have anything to do with cups but I just made this so had to share. So simple. I used addition flashcards that were free on TPT and cut them up and glued them to cardstock. I laminated the cardstock and then put hold punches under each number. The student link the correct number of links to the card. Then add them up and write the answer with a dry erase marker. Simple and effective learning through manipulatives! MY FAVORITE!! Enjoy! Leave a comment! I'd love to hear from my followers!
Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom
Doubles
Doubles Song, Teaching Ideas, Math Worksheet, Doubles Worksheet, 1St Grade
Here's a rap for helping students remember the doubles facts. @Leslie Myers you can use this for 1st grade!
Addition Doubles Chant! Maybe I will use this at the beginning of the year.
Doubles Facts... I have a student who LOVES to rap this haha.
math  doubles song from Saxon
math worksheet...too cute
great doubles worksheet!
Addition Doubles Chants
Teaching doubles facts
Doubles addition
number chains
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Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using 10. Use paper chains in different colours ti demonstrate. To the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways.
Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using 10. to the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways. This picture uses Christmas colours to make class decorations.
number chains~I like the number bond as well as the number equation to hang down. This is super cool for a first of the year idea!
Number Chain, Number Bond and Addition Sentence  Great Visual!
showing fact families and number bonds with paper chains
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Christmas math
Addition Strategies Chart
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Check out ALL of the math charts! WOW! Great ideas here!
Math Addition Strategies...and other math charts
Coaching Chronicles: Math Anchor Charts
Lots of Math Anchor Charts
Great Math anchor charts
Math Anchor Charts
My last post described the anchor chart as a learning tool in classrooms across our school. I highlighted snapshots I took based on our reading instruction. I thought you might also like a glimpse into our anchor charts in mathematics. Some math anchors are displayed to help students conceptually understand and remember mathematical vocabulary. Others remind students to think about their noticings or connections as they pertain to specific lessons including math games. Anchor charts also highlight foundational learning like finding combinations of numbers. A students ability to decompose a number is critical for developing number sense and flexibility when solving problems. Many mental math strategies come back to a student's ability to decompose numbers efficiently. In addition to combinations, students also work with doubles and near doubles as they build number sense. Often times, you will find charts like these hanging in our primary classrooms. Furthermore, strategy charts play a prominent role. They are not charts that are premade and hung before instruction, rather are anchors built with students as new strategies emerge. Some charts show single strategies while others display many strategies. Often times, when the chart lists more than one strategy, the strategies are listed by order of efficiency. The visual reminder helps students as they move along their learning pathway. In this case, a student's work may also become an anchor chart on the classroom wall as a reminder of a particular strategy that has been highlighted in a classroom math discussion. We use Math Investigations as our 60 minute Math Workshop curriculum tool. Like many conceptually based programs, MI embeds story problems into many of their math lessons. Therefore, it is common for teachers to have anchor charts which guide a student through solving a problem. Sometimes the anchors are found on a student's desk, some are in their math journals, and others hang on the classroom walls. Still other math anchors assist in building student knowledge throughout units of study or remind students of necessary skills like multiplication and division notations. Regardless of their content, all math anchor charts have the same intentto be a visual reminder to students of the thinking that has taken place and to act as a springboard for further learning. Classrooms displaying rich math anchor charts offer students the environment they need to become effective mathematicians.
Coaching Chronicles: Math Anchor Charts
Classroom Freebies: How Many More?
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Classroom Freebies: How Many More? Comparison subtraction is really tricky for kids. Part of that is lack of exposure. We typically teach subtraction as take away, and that is certainly one of the subtraction structures. But we need to move beyond that and help students understand that comparing also involves subtraction.
Classroom Freebies: How Many More?  Counting on
Classroom Freebies: How Many More?
Cute addition poster!
Frugal in First: Math