This helps children so they can move the fingers instead of trying to use their fingers. Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.
Math Snacks: How could I have not found this site before! AWESOME creative short videos about all kinds of math...number line, proportion, ratio, place value and decimals and so much more! Everything is based around a story. Terrific!
Free Daily calendar notebook- wow! this is so extensive I can't believe it's free. This is wonderful math practice for first graders and could allow a homeschooling mama some time to get a little housework or breakfast prep done in the morning :)
Don't let those math skills get rusty during travels! These great on the go activities will keep the wheels turning in a fun way! Visit www.theeducationaltourist.com for tips on traveling with the kid and learning along the way.