Math centers kindergarten
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Once May rolls around the summer countdown is ON. As hard as you might try, it can be a real struggle to keep kids on task and engaged with only a few weeks left of school. Add in end of the year and summer activities for Kindergarten like an End of the Year ABC Countdown...
Ellen LeTard saved to Special education classroom
Grab these super cute free printable snap cube number mats for kindergarten! They are a great way to work on number recognition and counting!
Jessica Nuyen-Stratton saved to preschool
Kindergarten Math Made Fun Unit 9 is here, and it's all about SHAPES! This hands-on, engaging and FUN unit will get kids excited about basic shapes! Not
Kim Whitecotton saved to kindergarten ideas
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Alesi Yacalevu saved to Quick Saves
Use hands-on and engaging activities with math manipulatives to reinforce one-to-one correspondence skills, number formation, counting and more!
Aimie Young saved to Education
FREE Math Printable- Roll It, Write It, Show It I came across this FREE printable the other day from Mrs. Carr’s Corner on Teachers Pay Teachers. I absolutely loved it and printed it out rig…
Katie Amaral saved to Classroom ideas
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Steph Ann saved to Special Ed 2
Your kindergarten and first grade students will love these addition task cards! These simple activities are a great way to help your students practice adding as you are introducing addition strategies. With these cards your students can practice adding numbers to 10 using manipulatives, drawings, or mental math. These hands-on cards make great math centers, morning work centers, or fast finishers activities. (Kindergarteners, first graders, 1st grade)
How to set up the math center in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom. FREE path game!
Aj Urfer saved to Early Childhood
Building number sense is the first foundational step to building fluency with numbers. Create the perfect number sense math center today.
Nancy Micciche saved to Teacher Stuff