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Started by setting out a couple of addition flash cards and the child to make the addition problem with the cubes. Show child that they can self check with the answers on the back. Can also use with Legos!

Halloween Pumpkin Addition/Subtraction Sorting

halloween math activity: addition/subtraction sorting - child determines which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

Telling time ~ Helping kids build a thorough understanding.  (Blog post full of hands-ideas.)

Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time is EASY PEASY Creating an analog clock from a unifix number line-- to support learners' understanding of time--great idea! GOOD FOR PREK

Use unifix cubes to illustrate addition problems

Snap Cubes With Activities to Reinforce Counting, Patterns, Addition and Subtraction. Like the hands on/visual of cubes with flash cards

Roll the dice and then show the base ten blocks to represent the number

Math center idea for tens and ones. use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice- number is for the tens place and the one is for the ones place.

Try this new twist to the traditional memory game to help your kindergartener match number symbols to the correct quantity while sharpening her memory skills!

Play Number Memory Match Up!

Patterns/Relationships and Number Sense/Operations - Try this new twist to the traditional memory game to help your kindergartener match number symbols to the correct quantity while sharpening her memory skills!

Comparer des quantités en manipulant

25 Must-Try LEGO Activities

Comparing numbers - Playful learning with Lego math games.a simple and fun way to learn math concepts.

These are great guided math center games that you can do in small group or several groupings - using decks of cards. ...

These are great guided math center games that you can do in small groups or several groupings - using decks of cards.

For kids who like cars, trains, etc. You can use the parking lot lines for adding or subtracting or estimating or comparing numbers of different vehicles that will fit in the parking lines (like on a ferry). Older kids could design their own parking lot with tape in a given area to see how many car spaces can fit in their lot.  If you change the design, does it change the number of spaces that fit, remembering to leave room for the cars to drive out of the lot?

Does your kid love toy cars? Use this math game to get them to learning math with their favorite toys! Material: painter's tape, sharpie (marker), and lots of toy cars via What Do We Do All Day

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