### Kirsty

Customizable and Printable Missing Addend Addition Worksheet

7.3.3 Counting-On and Counting-Back: An independent sheet to practise missing addend problems.

6.5.1 Finger Patterns: A pairs game for finger patterns (and numerals and dot patterns).

6.5.1 Finger Patterns: Children can work independently to lay the correct number of items (or they could clip clothes pegs) onto the cards.

Chapter 6: I like this as it encourages children to see the different ways we can express/describe a number, rather than just thinking about the numeral. At perceptual level we would hope to see collections drawn (maybe 2 collections which total the number), dot patterns, finger patterns, numerals, and perhaps some grids e.g. 4-grids.

6.2.2 Numerals from 1 to 20: Sequence the numerals (smallest to biggest from bottom to top) to reveal the picture.

Free! Phases of the Moon {With Oreo Cookies!}

Brain breaks...LOVE some of these ideas to get the kids up and moving when they start to get wiggly

Don't Get Zapped! This game was made for first graders, but could oh so easily be adapted for older students with multiplication, division, decimals and more.