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Put flash cards in a photo album, have kids practice with Expo markers – genius! Thanks Jamie

Snap Cubes Activities to help build number recognition, patterning with printable

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How fun is this? Learning numbers, fine-motor practice, and a mystery to solve!

Little Maths Box, perfect for homework, class work or on-the-go busy box activity!

Anyone teaching decomposing numbers this week? We've decomposed our little hearts out over the last few days and it was time for a little "...

Years ago, I needed to find a simple contraption that would turn into an addition machine. I was a special education resource teacher and all my teaching supplies had to fit on a cart or a rolling suitcase. I hit the hardware store. Apparently, I chose a P trap with a cleanout spout. I had used these same p traps before, but I used them for whisper phones. You can find the perfect size for kids and adults. The beauty of these p traps is that you do not have to do any prep for them to work…

Alrighty, onto today’s VERY exciting post about a super fun, super easy, and super CHEAP math center. I started using this center last year and my kids went crazy for it! It’s so much…

Do you love all those cute anchor charts you see? Here is an easy way to have those cute charts! This chart is for the Making Ten strategy for addition. Simply print the pieces and glue down on chart paper. You can use the sample photograph to create your chart, or create your own arrangement. ...

Since the beginning of the school year, I've been working on slowly introducing the memorization of math facts to my son. This week we've been focusing on learning the numbers that add up to ten. I thought I'd share with you the making 10 activities we've done this week, including a free game I created! We

I have been a busy bee in the holidays making some new things and having Kinder for the first time ever is stretching my brain. What do I need? What should I make? Luckily I have my own little girl going into Kinder this year to 'test' my new stuff on. Check this one out... It is chock full of game ideas and number cards and it is fun! Just ask Madison lol We played one of the easy games - Numeral Identification, but with a little twist. This is what I started with - how cute is the popcorn…

Tweet Here is a peak inside one of my favorite boxes It is simply a pencil box, blank index cards,dot stickers and binder rings. I use these to create subitizing cards and other projects with K-2 kids. Today I want to show you 2 of the things I have been working on with these materials with a group of first graders. Subitizing Cards Subitizing is the ability to recognize a quantity without counting. It is further broken into perceptual subitizing and conceptual subitizing. Need more…

Visit my kinder blog! I have tons of freebies posted! Go to http://kinderblossoms.blogspot.com/2013/02/common-core-koa3-and-4.html(Valentine themed decompo...

Mrs. Byrd's Learning Tree: Sweet Treats Math Centers - FREEBIE