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Shelley Lovett

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Shelley Lovett

A fun way to practice making 5. Put two-sided manipulatives in a cup, have the kids shake and pour them out. They dab or color the way they made 5.

The Printable Princess

Looking for an easy to set up math game for your preschooler or kindergartner? Check out this fun counting game using rubber ducks and magnetic tiles!!

Laura Cowlishaw

For K-1 students, centers are one of the most developmentally appropriate things that you can do for them. Let me give you the break down on each of my 5 centers, and how I manage them!

Samantha Gambino

These free math centers will make working on comparing and ordering sets in Kindergarten fun and hands on!

Ashley H

It's Spring! So it's time for a fun Spring learning idea. I created a printable set of Fraction Flowers that includes fractions through 1/10. This can now be purchased in my shop. Fraction Flowers are a

Heather Noggle

✅A COMPLETE MAGNETIC TEN FRAME SET WITH ACTIVITIES, COUNTERS, DICE - designed by educators for hours of math learning fun! Easily explain base-ten concepts, addition and subtraction, place value and develop number sense! Learning can be fun with Simply Magic colorful magnetic counters and 10 frames! 🎁PERFECT GIFT TO SUPPORT LEARNING AT HOME OR IN A CLASSROOM - Simply Magic Jumbo Magnetic Ten Frames Set with Counters includes 4 jumbo size ten frames with extra space to write in (12.2 inches…

Gina Russell

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Oiane

My students love spring addition! Spring Add the Room is such a fun way to get Kindergarten and first grade students moving and learning! Easy prep and simple to use! Perfect for math centers and small groups! Four different math activities offer fun and learning! #firstgrademath #kindergartenmath

Laura Martin-Peace, Love, and First Grade

Counting cups are a great way to engage students in hands-on practice of key math skills. Use for centers, stations, or as an intervention tool.

April Whitstone