Fun math idea with clothespin and Popsicle sticks!

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.) used PreK classroom math/everyday life centers

Hands-on Math centers for the beginning of the year -- going to make a few of these for my first graders with no number sense

Hands-on Literacy and Math centers for the beginning of the year

Quick and Fun Math Practice activity - number games and counting

Adding popsicle sticks to our wish lists for these cool magnetic counting sticks (from the Elementary Math Maniac). Use to teach number sense - counting sets, ordering numbers, etc.

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve!

A Year Full of Kindergarten Lessons for Understanding Addition and Subtraction

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve! (image/idea only)

Subtraction Lego Game - The Kindergarten ConnectionThis game is best played with a partner, although you could play it with a small group of students too, as the object of the game is to see who can lose all of their bricks first!

Subtraction Lego Game

Math: Subtraction Lego Game - The Kindergarten ConnectionThis game is best played with a partner, although you could play it with a small group of students too, as the object of the game is to see who can lose all of their bricks first!

Teaching addition with clothespins - simple materials and the kids can manipulate it for new addition or subtraction problems.

This is a visual aid teaching number bonds up to Using a coat hanger & clothespins as a visual aid & practical support. Easy for students to visualize.

reggio-inspired Archive - Mathematics and Science in SD#38 (Richmond)

growing our Reggio-Inspired Mathematics inquiry project - Mathematics and Science in SD (Richmond)

Measuring provocation

I want to extend a big thank you to those of you that came out last week for our 'Kindergarten Parent Math Night'! It was great to get toget.

Provocations are so much more inviting when using reflective surfaces and beautiful bowls and trays ≈≈

Provocations are so much more inviting when using reflective surfaces and beautiful bowls and trays from Thanks for the heads-up on this great treasure trove!

inquiry Archive - Mathematics and Science in SD#38 (Richmond)

Math questions as part of Reggio-based provocations & Inquiry (via Richmond School District)

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