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Spider math - fact families and counting. What a nice introduction to mind maps at a really young age.

First Grade Wow: telling time

First Grade Wow: It's About Time---meets many of the CCSS grade requirements.

Composing and Decomposing Numbers 11 to 19 Christmas Game

Composing Tens and Ones Christmas Race Game {Printable

A favorite kindergarten game to play in December. Students are composing tens and ones to build numbers up to It's fun, differentiated and easy to use!

Math Coach's Corner: A Peek Inside: Fishy Business, Composing and Decomposing Numbers. The flexible activities in this unit will grow with your kiddos as they practice composing and decomposing numbers from 5 to 10. Includes three sets of fish-themed cards, spinner boards for the numbers 5 to 10, a Shake and Spill game board, and a Back and Forth game board. Concrete and representational learning throughout! $

A Peek Inside: Fishy Business, Composing and Decomposing Numbers

Math Coach's Corner: A Peek Inside: Fishy Business, Composing and Decomposing Numbers

Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Grab and Count/ Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

You're going to love these easy fall centers for Kindergarten students and homeschool families! Your students will practice both literacy and math skills to make this fall season the most fun yet! Between the apple and leaf activities included, your students are going to love fall all September, October, and November long! Preschool and first grade students may enjoy these activities as well! Plus, there's a FREE downloaded included! Make sure to check it all out and grab your freebie today!

Easy Fall Centers for Kindergarten {Plus Some Fall Freebies}!

You're going to love these easy fall centers for Kindergarten! Your students will practice both literacy and math skills, plus there's a FREEBIE in it too!

Arrays 2nd grade and 3rd grade ideas your students will love! This blog post has SO many great ideas for teaching arrays and repeated addition

Awesome ideas for teaching arrays - use a muffin pan and pom poms to represent…

Tower challenge: Watch the kids fixed and growth mindset statements while they attempt to build the highest tower. Discuss how they figured out how to accomplish it. Discuss what they initially thought and what they decided to do.

Tower of numbers: Each roll of toilet paper has a number on it. These toilet paper rolls will need to be placed in the correct order to create a tower. (Place a circle piece of paper between the rolls to make it easier to balance.

Number Sense and Decomposition of Numbers!

Number Sense and Decomposition of Numbers

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