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Build A City

Activities that develop early math skills are our favourites! We love working on our number recognition, counting skills, subitising and 1:1 correspondence. This “Build a City” activity…

Subitizing Fun - free printable game

Have fun learning to subitize dot patterns to ten with our fast-to-prep, engaging math game. This printable card game is ideal for small group math rotations or center work. Students will play with a partner or small group to match numerals to the dots of their board, aiming for 5 in a row. What is subitizing When students can subitize, they are able to tell the number of objects in a set, instantly - they don't need to count each item. Most commonly, you can teach students to subitize with…

These free shark addition activities help kids learn sums up to 20. They're a fun addition to kindergarten or first grade math centers during Shark Week!

These free shark addition activities help kids learn sums up to 20. They're a fun addition to kindergarten or first grade math centers during Shark Week!

Time Saving Tips For Math Centers - My Fabulous Class

Do you utilize math rotations in your classroom? Math centers are a great way to incorporate independence and corporative learning skills. It gives you time to work with students one on one or in small groups with skills they are struggling with. I know it can be overwhelming to get started with centers, especially if ... Read More about Time Saving Tips For Math Centers

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Decomposing numbers between 5 and 10 using hands-on, engaging games and activities. Students will practice decomposing a number in more than 1 way, finding the number that makes 10 and solve word problems.

Here are some engaging math center activities to get your students decomposing numbers in more than 1 way by drawing a picture and using objects.

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November Math Activities - Third Grade Thanksgiving Puzzles, Riddles and More!
These 4th Grade November math centers will save your time, cover the standards, and make math fun! Review fractions, addition, subtraction, measurment & more!
Take your students on a holiday adventure to do math activities around the world! Students take their math passport and “travel” to different countries to play standards-based math games in a winter holidays theme! Perfect for a holiday math party! Available in versions for 1st grade, 2nd grade and 3rd grade. Click the picture to grab your grade level!
This is a fun way to practice addition, subtraction & multiplication on a hundreds charts - and the completed pages make an awesome bulletin board display! Your second & third grade students will love coloring to reveal the ocean animals (fish, sea horse, turtle, crab, whale, jellyfish, and especially the shark). Each puzzle comes at 2 levels of difficulty, making it super easy to differentiate, and best of all there's NO PREP! Perfect for math centers, morning work, seat work homework & more.

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