Partitioning and Combining Numbers in the Range 1 to Make a tray for each of the numbers you want the child to practise the partitions of. Write each of the partition sums on a card or envelope and ask the child to "sort the post" into the correct trays.
This relates to the NCTM standard of measuring with multiple copies of units of the same size. During this activity, students are laying cheez-its side by side to calculate the area of various squares.
Dry erase on plastic plates, hmm. From previous pinner: Perfect for math in focus number decomposition! Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase! Great to teach part part whole, fact families, etc.
Math tub idea: Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write (or 1 digit) numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss a cube in each tray and add numbers together on recording sheet or whiteboard. They think it's so fun!
This activity can be done at s first grade math station. The goal of the activity is to find the missing addends, and to complete the problem. I just thought it was a cute little activity that young students can do. Uses Easter Eggs -Amy Miskowicz