My students love these number puzzles. They are a great way to practice different strategies for adding and subtracting two-digit and three-digit numbers. They help students play with decomposing numbers to build addition and subtraction math strategies for second grade.

Number Puzzles for Second Grade Math Stations

My students love these number puzzles. They are a great way to practice different strategies for adding and subtracting two-digit and three-digit numbers. They help students play with decomposing numbers to build addition and subtraction math strategies

Magnet fishing - this could put some life back into the magnet center! Kids could also fish for two and compare greater than, less than

Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor- Math center! For Preschool we could count to the number fished out of the bowl

Using Cheerios and fine motor control to solve addition problems. Playdough EYFS Reception

What a fun idea - using Cheerios and fine motor control to solve addition problems.

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

Learning to Add and Subtract ~ with graphic organizers, number sentence matching, word problems, and math vocabulary sorting | This Reading Mama

Learning to Add and Subtract {FREE printable}

Learning to Add and Subtract ~ with a FREE graphic organizers, number sentence matching, word problems, and math vocabulary sorting

Using this in my classroom!... When the time comes....

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Put two dice in a small container. No more lost dice. No more kids crawling all over the floor trying to find the lost dice.

My Favorite FREE 1st grade math centers!

My Favorite FREE 1st grade math centers! (Blog Hoppin')

Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating three whole numbers." This activity could be included in math centers. It is a visual and interactive way to solve the provided problem.


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