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Ashleigh Stinson

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Math games for kindergarten. Get inspired and try out new things.

Browse over 160 educational resources created by Blocks and Beads in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Ashleigh Stinson

Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant

WOW! Over 70 FREE Kindergarten math games! These are a great way to practice math as the hands-on activities help learners devlop math fluency.

Peggy Scheppegrell

One of the trickiest concepts for Kindergartners to master is a deep understanding of the numbers 11-20. While they may be able to count all the way to 20 (and usually very proudly and enthusiasticall

Raising Lifelong Learners

These two classroom games are great for a primary classroom. Each game is only about 5 minutes and lets students practice counting and spelling.

Cassi Sharrett

What do you get when you mix math and card games? An excellent way to learn math facts. Check out this list of 20+ math card games for fun and learning.

Danielle Dee

There's a good chance you have a pack of UNO cards at home or in your classroom. Here are 5 math games you can play with them.

Lori Morrison Fetner

Didn't I promise a new product?! Yep! And I am good on my word. Here ya go! These are great for your math and literacy centers. I am so happy with them! Click on any of the pictures to see more and to go to my TpT store. Roll a die and read the numbers across the row next to the number you rolled. Then write the numbers in the boxes on the blank sheet that is also included in the bundle. Here is the Roll It! Read It! Write It! being used in a center. I had the sheets laminated and had the…

Valeria De La Mora

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Priscilla Morrison

Building a solid number sense foundation is critical for students' long-term math success – and it starts at an early age. It is the equivalent of learning letter names and letter sounds in reading. It is important for out students to develop a deep understanding of individual numbers, their quantities, how they are represented, and...

Carla