Activities for ages 4 to 7. Learning place value can be a big challenge for kids – it’s a complicated concept, after all. The NO PREP place value pack is filled with engaging, motivating ways to tackle the numbers 1-120. No prepping, no gluing, no cutting. Just print and teach. Grab your set in our shop or on Teachers […]

## Skip Counting with QR Codes!

Activity for ages 4 to 7. QR (or Quick Response) codes are a great way to make learning more engaging for kids at school or at home. Children love solving math problems and then scanning the QR codes to see if their answer is correct! These free skip counting QR codes are perfect for classroom math centers, small group work or […]

## Find and Write Booklet

Activity for ages 4 to 6. This find and write missing number booklet is a fun, hands-on way to work on counting, number recognition and number writing. Kids will love stretching their mathematical brains as they read the numbers and then fill in the ones that are missing! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. I am […]

## Dinosaur Number Puzzles

Activity for ages 3 to 7. Dinosaur fans will fall instantly smitten with our newest free printable number puzzles! As they slide together one roaring dinosaur at a time, they’ll be practicing counting from 1 to 120, reading numbers, adding on and more. Grab your copy below and then hop over and check out our popular NO PREP […]

## Free Pumpkin Puzzles Numbers 1-40

These free pumpkin puzzles are perfect for Fall! They’re a fun way to practice counting, number recognition, matching and fine motor skills. Grab your free printable pumpkin puzzles below. I’m so excited that Fall is on its way! It’s my favorite time of year and I love sharing it with my kids. I created this […]

## Greater Than, Less Than Game

Activity for ages 5 to 7. This greater than, less than game is perfect for bug fans! Kids will love comparing creepy crawly sets of two-digit insects in this fun, free greater than, less than game. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. One of the most important math concepts for kids to grasp when dealing […]

## Monster Counting Cards

Activity for ages 3 to 5. These monster counting cards are sure to kick up the cool math factor. Little monsters will love practicing number recognition and counting as they add eyes to each monster card. The freebie’s an uber fun way to practice the numbers 1 to 20. Getting Ready The prep work was as quick and easy […]

## If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

The simple humor in Laura Numeroff’s whitty children’s books makes them fun for kids and grown ups alike. After reading the classic “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” a few days ago, I pulled out a little surprise for my kids: a set of cookie counting cards in serious need of some chocolate chips. They were THRILLED with the […]

## Hundred Chart Puzzles #Colorize

Activity for ages 4 to 7. These bright and colorful hundred charts are a simple, hands-on way to help kids build number sense. Children can easily count on (22, 23, 24…), identify patterns (10, 20, 30…) and understand more and less (10 is more than 4…) There are so many simple ways to work on important math skills […]

## Place Value Cards #Colorize

Activity for ages 5 to 9. Color can make learning a more fun and impactful experience. To help kids easily see the parts that make up three digit numbers, print these free place value cards on bright cardstock, cut apart the pieces and start building numbers. Such an easy prep, memorable way to practice place value! […]

## EDITABLE 100th Day of School Trail Mix Mats

Activity for ages 3 to 8. I always love getting special requests for new products and so I hopped into gear as soon as you all started asking for an editable version of my 100th day of school trail mix mats. Want to make a trail mix station that’s safe for your gluten free kiddos? Would you […]

## 100th Day of School Trail Mix Mats

Activity for ages 3 to 8. These free 100th day of school trail mix mats are great to use with big and little kids alike. For preschoolers, they’re a fun way to practice counting to ten. For kindergarteners and first graders, they’re a helpful visual for learning about skip counting and making groups of ten {a step toward […]

## Free Hundred Chart and 10 Ways to Use It

Activity for ages 4 to 8. A hundred chart is a surprisingly simple way to teach a lot of math skills. For instance, you can use a hundred chart to teach kids number sequencing {1, 2, 3}, patterns {each column on the chart ends in the same digit} and skip counting {10, 20, 30, etc.}. Grab your free […]