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play dough number line...do as a whole table or in partners up to....

Use this with larger numbers for older kids, and numbers that are not consecutive. play dough and craft stick number line; mix up the sticks and have child put them in order, stuck into the play dough

math...this link doesn't take you to this particular resource, but I have these addition facts cards and I see they used Legos or some other block combinations to make a hands on learning activity...cool.

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

Super cute number recognition game! Ziplock bags taped together, add a fly swatter and swat the number! by celia

Neat idea for maybe a small group. Number Recognition: Ziplock quilt game- put cards in each square and have children swat the answers with a flyswatter. Could be used for math, literacy, science, vocabulary, anything!

This was on a Kindergarten Blog... they still don't conceptualize in 2nd grade. This could help! Adding 20 circles to mine!

Links to a copy of the subtraction work mat, number sentences, mat answers, and recording sheet.

cute idea that would be great for an addition center using different colored bingo markers from Dollar Tree

math: cute idea that would be great for an addition center using different colored bingo markers from Dollar Tree

Lamppost in a 1st grade STEM classroom: I am going to get crafty this week and last day of the giveaway!

Math- Kindergarten through Second Grade: Nice partner for the Linus the Minus: Here's an anchor chart on "Gus the Plus", a math brother who helps students remember and understand the symbol for addition.

Anchor Charts and Pictures to Support Literacy and Math | stinassweetblog

Anchor Charts and Pictures to Support Literacy and Math

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