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# Maths games KS1

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Love this. If I had seen this when I was a kid I would have actually understood place value.

Super Tot is 31 months old. Fruit Loop Color Chart Draw a circle on the chart indicating the correct color of each Fruit Loop. Count the totals when complete. Circles are the one shape Super Tot can draw right now, so I thought he would enjoy drawing circles, rather than coloring in the box. You could do it either way. Free printables are available below the photo. ~Fine motor, Color Recognition, Counting & Number Recognition~ FREE PRINTABLES (click on each and print landscaped) Top - Chart…

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Easy math tray you can put together and have ready for your child after school. It's fast fun but still really educational.

I was scanning the clearance aisle at Wal-Mart today and found a pack of large die cut apples for 50 cents! So I made number puzzles to put in math stations this week since it is Johhny's birthday and all. I made one for numbers 1-10. I'm thinking I need to go on and make 11-20 for my higher kids. We've been slowly working on addition strategies and finding as many combinations of each number as we can. So this activity will be a good review/reinforcement of what we've been practicing…

A fun way to practice adding doubles. In this game, students practice their addition skills while moving along the game board. A printable is included to assess learning. This math game can be used for math stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. This game was created by Kathy...

Math games for kindergarten and first grade. Great subitizing practice.

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Well, we are going crazy over cups. Lately I have found myself with a surplus of cups. I actually got a lot last summer from Camp Invention. I have been trying to figure out what to do with them. So here is what we came up with. Most of these came from my teacher partner! She's so creative! They are so fun! First, is a simple easy game to play. A great review for anytime over anything. You know the old trick where you hide a ball under and cup and move them all around and ask someone which…

Fun and playful math activity for kids. Make your own connect the dots but use equations instead of numbers .

This number activity combines number recognition, counting and one to one correspondence. All preschool math skills that are the building blocks for learning addition, subtraction and more complicated operations. This activity is easy to make simpler by reducing how many bugs you use, and using smaller numbers. If your child has mastered these skills make […]

Comparing Numbers Games (free in the post)

These printable games are for reviewing addition to 20. They have been designed as a no prep activity that is fun and engaging for students. There are two games included. Contains: Build a Sandcastle - an addition board game for 2-4 playersMake 15 At the Beach - an addition board for 2 playersIt als...

Spider Mat (MathWire.com), Foam Dice (Dollar Tree), Egg (Walmart), Mini-Spiders (Party City)