Fact Fluency in First Grade - SO MANY IDEAS!!
FREE: Winter Subtraction
Free winter math subtraction page for Kindergarten and 1st grade. Students practice subtracting one using the pictures for help.
math classroom poster and banners | Also included, are four posters that focus on the keywords for each ...
Your students will enjoy this cute holiday graph activity! Students will color the holiday pictures, count the objects, and graph and total them below. Happy Teaching!Love, Bethany
Number Writing Poems Freebie from HeidiSongs-(for teaching children number formation) #kindergarten
0-20 Number Posters and Flashcards with Ten Frames-Primary Colors
First Grader at Last
BIG Black & White Number Cards - Big cards for fun learning activities in your classroom. 80 cards including numeral, ten frames, base ten blocks, and number words for 1-20. $
This includes 82 math vocabulary cards perfect for a pocket chart or word wall.
Addition word problems (adding to 20) task cards with pictures to help them read/visualize.. great for
addition and subtraction printables for kindergarten math, common core, ten frames $
FREE dice addition sheet. Perfect for beginning addition lessons!
Roll the die and color the picture that matches your roll! HOW FUN and a great way to build number sense!
Ten-frames are a great tool to help students understand numbers from 11-19 and begin to develop place value understandings. Grab a recording sheet for free!
Connect Four! Addition & Subtraction math game FREEBIE!
FREEBIE - Addition Freebie NO PREP Games by Games 4 Learning - This is 2 Addition Games that review a variety of addition skills adding to 15. These are PRINT and PLAY addition games. They require NO PREP. Just print and hand out.
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FREE - First Grade Addition Yahtzee#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
#FREE Fall Fun! Basic Addition Facts - Color Your Answers Printable Sample #FernSmithsClassroomIdeas #TPT
Race to 50. It's played in pairs and each partner chooses a different color crayon to use. Taking turns rolling a die (or 2 dice if you're kids are ready for that) the kids color in the number of squares on the game board that matches the number that they've rolled. How fast can they get to 50? Be prepared for a noisy math time!