What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. :} Then, I'd add counting the number of each color of dots to the end of the game.

Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization

Each child is given Fruit Loops to create a pattern of choice. They glue them on then label their pattern by color, number and letter. They always like this activity because they get to each the leftover cereal!

What a great idea! Another pinner said: "The boys and girls had so much fun with this activity. We shook our chicks, sat them down, and wrote the addition problem on the dice inside.

*Could also do this for bigger numbers too! Matching ten frames to numbers - this is a great exercise since this is a main focus now in common core standards for math in preK & K.

Help your kiddos learn the parts of addition and subtraction equations with this handy equation anchor chart! It was created by Melissa over at F is for First Grade and will give your class a great.