# maths ideas

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This counting game is fun way to practice number recognition and one to one correspondence and because it's a game it will really appeal to preschoolers.

Really good Early Years Number activity which even the boys love.

Fun way to introduce the concept of addition

Cool way to get kids interested in writing or recording information. Graffiti wall! Use with any subject or task.

partitioning

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Ideeën voor rekenspellen groep 3 om zelf te maken. Splitshuisjes, dobbelstenen, geldrekenen, telrij oefenen, rekenen, dubbelen, spiegelen, sommen

Sort the coins in the sand. EYFS

£1 for 20 Christmas cups from the Pound Shop! Put them in order... close your eyes..... take one away... whats missing? close your eyes ... swap 2 over.... whats wrong? Using just cups 1 - 5 (initially) hide the christmas bell under one.... give clue to your friends... its under an odd number, even, 1 and 3 add up to this, double 2 etc! we've had great fun....

Are you needing activities for the 100th Day of School? Counting objects to 100 requires a lot of hands on practice and understanding of one...

These math sentence stem posters are a great anchor chart alternative. Use them in your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or even 5th grade classroom as conversation starters to encourage thoughtful and collaborative math discussions during number talks! #mathanchorchart #mathtalk #accountabletalk by bernadette on Indulgy.com

So, I totally didn't make this, but it was hanging up in my classroom last week (Thanks, Terri!), and I totally love it (and the kids REALLY enjoy it). It's super easy to make. All you need is a piece of poster board (Dollar Store sells them for \$.50), 2 paper cups, 2 paper towel roll insides, a basket or bowl, beads/counters/beans, etc. and a marker to draw the plus sign! These are all simply taped to the poster board using packaging tape. My older students love to experiment with bigger…

Create a machine from recycled materials to make a fun addition and counting activity for kids! A really hands-on and exciting, visual way to learn about combining and adding small groups of numbers. Welcome to another post from our Playful Maths series, co-hosted with Learn with Play at Home! For these two weeks we are sharing...Read More »