# Primary maths activities

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### Comparing numbers doesn't have to be boring! Use these five engaging, fun greater than less than activities that your students are sure to love. They make great math centers, too!

MagiCore saved to 1st Grade Math

### Say It Make It Write It For Maths - how to use this FREE printable five different ways to create engaging maths centre activities in school for children aged 5-7 years | you clever monkey

Capprice Howard saved to Teaching and stuff

### This blog post is about math facts! These activities are perfect for reinforcing 1 more, 1 less, 0 more, and 0 less by engaging them using hands-on math centers. Teach 1 More and 1 Less In kindergarten, students begin to learn addition and subtraction. Students explore concepts of 1 more and 1 less through acting

Brandy Torres saved to Daulton Sped

### No prep free printable number fluency game for preschool and kindergarten math activities and math intervention

Afton saved to Kindergarten math

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Hema Yadav saved to Teaching aids

### Building a solid number sense foundation is critical for students’ long-term math success – and it starts at an early age. It is the equivalent of learning letter names and letter sounds in reading. It is important for out students to develop a deep understanding of individual numbers, their quantities, how they are represented, and...

Carla saved to Matemática

### There's a good chance you have a pack of UNO cards at home or in your classroom. Here are 5 math games you can play with them.

Anna-Kaisa Roikonen saved to lapsille

### Your primary students are going to LOVE these addition activities! You'll learn the "Shake and Spill game, the "How Many?" game, and more! Some can even incorporate technology. These are great options for teaching kids how to add in preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd grade. Click through to see how you can use these in centers, stations, rotations, morning work, seat work, homework, and more! {preK, Kindy, first, second graders, Year 1, 2, add, mathematics}

Katelyn Swing saved to Kinderboost