# Math Work!!!

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This simple roll and write activity is great for kids to practice writing addition and subtraction number sentences, as well as understanding subtraction.

Fact Families Addition Activity for Kids. So fun!

We have been practicing our addition and friends of ten this week. I came up with a quick way to play shake rattle drop all on the one page. If you have never played Shake Rattle Drop, you need a ten frame (or this sheet) and ten double sided counters. You also need something to record with. Shake the counters in your hands, and drop onto the page. We always place the red counters first and yellow sides sencond. Write down the Friends of Ten! Go and fill the recording sheet up! It is great…

Students use their knowledge of place value, ten frames, and counting skills to fill out these useful number sense worksheets. Ideal for Kindergarten or First Grade. I ask my students to draw shapes in each box. However, some children enjoy simply coloring in the boxes! As long as they are getting...

Happy Saturday! I know this is going to sound cliche and all, but seriously....where did the summer go?! August is only a couple of da...

FREE Telling Time puzzles - this is such a fun way for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students to practice using a clock with fun math games (homeschool, educational activity, math center)

Missing number clip card freebie! Perfect for math centers!This includes 24 clip cards with missing numbers from 0-20. It includes 2 numbers in a series with a line for the missing number number. Students will clip the missing number. Keywords: math, early numeracy, number sense, kindergarten, counting, clip cards, fine motor, independent centers, first grade, AIMSweb, missing number.

Looking for time games that will help your child in K-2 learn to tell time to the hour, half hour, and more? Download this pack of 3 free games!

Just Teachy: Subitizing Freebie! More

12 Doubles and Near Doubles Task Cards and Recording Sheet: The Doubles and Doubles Plus 1 cards are to help students who already have doubles facts memorized to realize that all they have to do is simply add one more to the sum to get the answer for a "doubles plus one" or a "near double" problem.

I absolutely love workstation activities that are easy to prep, easy for the kiddos to understand and do, are easily differentiated, and grow with the students as their skills develop. […]

Roll a die, fill in the "boss number" and complete the number bond. Use one die, two dice and add or two dice and multiply.

My third grade mathematicians have just finished up chapter one of GoMath which covers number sense. I felt very comfortable with their end ...

There are many different ways to find the sum when adding. Some ways are quicker than others. Addition Strategies For Kids looks at strategies to make adding easier for kids.