The First Grade Parade: Making Math Fun!

Erica Stolan I think this would make a great math center for like kindergarten or first grade. It not only involves math and counting but if the teachers uses the tweezers as well it can help students develop there dexterity and motor skills.

Hands-on subitizing activities perfect for building a strong foundation in number sense!  Great for Kindergarten and First grade classrooms!

Hands-on & engaging math activties that promote number sense. Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade math centers & small group activities!

math stations dd.  Lots of printable ideas for centers!

I like the idea for these containers for math stations. First Grade Garden: Math Stations - Set 1

Math Centers FREE!!  Includes:  Skip Counting, Clip Card Addition, Number Grid Practice, and Comparing Numbers!  For Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grades!

First Grade Math Centers. Includes: Skip Counting, Clip Card Addition, Number Grid Practice, and Comparing Numbers! For Kindergarten, and Grades!

Guided Math- Number Sense to 1200 (and beyond) - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

Guided Math- Number Sense to 1200 (and beyond

Write groups of notes in boxes. Students match number of beats....or Rhythm patterns on cards to match iconic notation in boxes.

*Could also do this for bigger numbers too! Matching ten frames to numbers - this is a great exercise since this is a main focus now in common core standards for math in preK & K.

Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Grab and Count/ Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Addition Facts 18 Puzzles for Math Centers, Activities, Tubs, or Stations I have created 18 different addition facts puzzles. I suggest that you break into 2 or 3 different groups of 6 or 9 puzzles each so that it is not overwhelming. You could include more for advanced learners. There is also a recording sheet for accountability. These can also be used for higher first grade and lower 3rd grade students.

Addition Facts

Addition Facts 18 Puzzles for Math Centers, Activities, Tubs, or Stations I have created 18 different addition facts puzzles.

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