Apple Place Value

Apple Place Value

Place value is such an important math concept for early learners because it builds a solid foundation of number sense.  This apple-themed place value match up will be the perfect addition to your small group math instruction or your math centers this fall! Scroll...

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Place Value Concentration

Place Value Concentration

For most kids, understanding place value requires lots of practice - it's a pretty complicated concept after all.  This place value concentration game is an easy way to make all of that hard work fun. Grab your freebie by scrolling below and get ready for some serious...

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Place Value War

Place Value War

Just like our Place Value Concentration game and I Have - Who Has cards, our newest math activity, a fun place value game, makes learning ones, tens and hundreds super fun for kids. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. As players compete, they practice reading...

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Place Value Cards #Colorize

Place Value Cards #Colorize

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 and also a...

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Free Place Value I Have, Who Has Game

Free Place Value I Have, Who Has Game

Place value is a tricky concept for most kids, so I have been pulling together lots of hands-on place value activities, including this super fun place value game, to make all of that hard work fun for my five year-old. Just like the Place Value Concentration game,...

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Place Value Activity Mats to 100

Place Value Activity Mats to 100

Understanding the concept of place value (the number 74 has 7 tens and 4 ones, for example) is important for children to develop a solid sense of numbers. Our place value activity mats are a hands-on way to practice reading, writing and counting numbers from 1 to 100....

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Christmas Place Value Puzzles

Christmas Place Value Puzzles

These Christmas Place Value Puzzles will be the perfect addition to your December math centers. Snag your copy below and then hop over to grab our super fun Place Value Cover Up activity! Getting Ready To prep, I printed the Christmas Place Value Puzzles (below) on...

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Place Value Cover Ups

Place Value Cover Ups

My kids loooooved the place value cover ups I made a couple months back so I whipped up MORE There are 10 sets of 1 to 50 sheets, 1 to 120 AND 1 to 1,000 so every student can get the exact practice she needs! Oh, and there’s absolutely ZERO PREP. What’s not to love?!...

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Place Value Cover Up

Place Value Cover Up

Help kids tackle place value once and for all with this mega pack of no-prep cover up sheets! The set makes it easy to differentiate because it includes 10 cover ups each for the numbers 1 to 50, 1 to 120 and 1 to 1,000.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND

–> 10 cover ups focusing on the numbers 1 to 50.

–> 10 cover ups practicing the numbers 1 to 120.

–> 10 cover ups working on 1 to 1,000.

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NO PREP Place Value Activity Pack

NO PREP Place Value Activity Pack

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...

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NO PREP Place Value Activity Pack

NO PREP Place Value Activity Pack

Learning place value can be a big challenge for kids – it’s a complicated concept, after all. This NO PREP place value pack is filled with engaging, hands-on and motivating activities. No prepping, no gluing, no cutting. Just print and teach.

The 14 Common Core aligned activities are great to use for math stations, morning work, homework or math lessons.  And if you’re going to use the activities in an American classroom, I included a helpful list of kindergarten and first grade Common Core Standards that align with the pack. Easy peasy.

Most of the activities include multiple versions giving you plenty of ways to differentiate. One student can be working on the numbers 1-10 while another child completes the same activity with the numbers 111-120.

There’s so much included in this set! Check out all the fun details below.

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

WAYS TO TEACH:

*Counting to 120,

*Counting forward from a given number,

*Comparing numbers,

*Understanding that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones and

*Finding 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.

KIDS PLAY:

*I Have, Who Has // Class set

*Match Up // Small group game

*Draw the Numbers

*Trace, Draw and Count

*Four Ways

*Roll, Draw and Write

*Dab the Biggest Number

*Before and After

*Mystery Numbers

*Color and Write

*Place Value Match Up

*Missing Numbers

*Race to 120

*Zip to 1

 

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February Centers

February Centers

Take your February math and literacy centers to the next level with these 23 print-and-play stations.  Practice sight words, CVC words, 2D and 3D shapes, math facts, units of time and so much more.  They are perfect for kindergarten and first grade!

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

LITERACY CENTERS:

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Board Game

–> EDITABLE Flip & Write Sight Word Game

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Hide & Seek Pocket Chart Game

–> EDITABLE Sight Word I Have, Who Has Game

–> EDITABLE Write the Room Sight Word Game

–> Rhyming Puzzles

–> CVC Puzzles

–> 10 CVC Roll It, Read It, Write It Sheets

–> 2 Digraph Roll It, Read It, Write It Sheets

–> 2 Blends Roll It, Read It, Write It Sheets

–> Compound Word Puzzles

–> 3 Story Starters + Word Cards

MATH CENTERS:

–> Mystery Number Challenges

–> Place Value Build & Compare Game

–> Place Value War

–> Subtraction from 10 Game

–> 2 Sets of Subtraction Mats (Subtraction from 6 & Subtraction from 12)

–> Math Fact Board Game

–> 2 Versions of Roll & Cover Pattern Block Mats (Numbers 1-6 and Adding 2-12)

–> I Have, Who Has 2D Shapes

–> I Have, Who Has 3D Shapes

–> Units of Time Clip Cards

–> Daytime or Nighttime Sort

 

THAT’S 23 MATH AND LITERACY FEBRUARY CENTERS IN ALL!

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Kindergarten at Home – Week Nine

Kindergarten at Home – Week Nine

Save hours of distance learning planning time with this done-for-you (SUPER motivating!) pack of kindergarten activities! Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 7 print-and-play activities practicing sight words (they’re EDITABLE!), CVC words, magic E, vowel teams, addition, subtraction, place value and greater than/less than.

–> PLUS, as a bonus, you’ll also receive super motivating batch of LEGO STEM challenges kids will LOVE.

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First Grade at Home – Week Nine

First Grade at Home – Week Nine

Save hours of distance learning planning time with this done-for-you (SUPER motivating!) pack of first grade activities! Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 7 print-and-play activities practicing sight words (they’re EDITABLE!), magic E words, vowel teams, diphthongs, place value and greater than/less than.

–> PLUS, as a bonus, you’ll also receive super motivating batch of LEGO STEM challenges kids will LOVE.

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Second Grade at Home – Week Nine

Second Grade at Home – Week Nine

Save hours of distance learning planning time with this done-for-you (SUPER motivating!) pack of second grade activities! Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 7 print-and-play activities practicing sight words (they’re EDITABLE!), diphthongs, silent consonant pairs, 3-letter blends, 3-digit place value and greater than/less than.

–> PLUS, as a bonus, you’ll also receive super motivating batch of LEGO STEM challenges kids will LOVE.

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May Centers

May Centers

These 18 math and literacy centers will save you planning time and keep you inspired all month long! The mega pack includes motivating ways to practice sight words, phonics, writing, shapes, telling time… even graphing!

It’s perfect for kindergarten and first grade. Just hit print!

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

LITERACY CENTERS

–> 2 versions of Pineapple Match Up: CVC words and vowel team words

–> 2 versions of Surf Sort: CVC words and CVCe words

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Board Game

–> EDITABLE Sight Word I Have, Who Has

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Pocket Chart Game

–> EDITABLE Write the Room

–> EDITABLE Color by Sight Word Sheets

–> 3 Story Starters + Word Cards

MATH CENTERS

The set also includes math activities teaching critical skills including place value, telling time, 2D and 3D Shapes, graphing, tallying and number bonds.

–> 2 versions of the Spin & Graph Game: 2D and 3D shapes

–> 4 versions of Summer Time Game: time to the nearest hour, half hour, quarter hour and 5-minute interval

–> 3 versions of Odd and Even Sort: 1-20, 1-50 and 1-120

–> 2 versions of Addition Puzzles: adding to 12 and adding to 20

–> 2 version of Subtraction Write and Wipe Cards: Subtracting from 10 and 20

 

THAT’S 18 MAY MATH AND LITERACY CENTERS IN ALL!

 

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Second Grade at Home – Week Eight

Second Grade at Home – Week Eight

Save hours of planning time with this done-for-you (SUPER motivating!) pack of second grade distance learning activities! Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 7 print-and-play activities practicing sight words (they’re EDITABLE!), diphthongs, silent consonant pairs, 3-letter blends, 3-digit place value and 2 and 3-dimensional shapes.

–> PLUS, as a bonus, you’ll also receive a motivating science project teaching kids about density and buoyancy.

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First Grade at Home – Week Eight

First Grade at Home – Week Eight

Save hours of planning time with this done-for-you (SUPER motivating!) pack of first grade distance learning activities! Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 7 print-and-play activities practicing sight words (they’re EDITABLE!), magic E words, vowel teams, diphthongs, place value and 2-dimensional shapes.

–> PLUS, as a bonus, you’ll also receive a motivating science project teaching kids about density and buoyancy.

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Kindergarten at Home – Week Eight

Kindergarten at Home – Week Eight

Save hours of planning time with this done-for-you (SUPER motivating!) pack of kindergarten distance learning activities! Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 6 print-and-play activities practicing sight words (they’re EDITABLE!), CVC words, magic E words, vowel teams, place value and 2-dimensional shapes.

–> PLUS, as a bonus, you’ll also receive a motivating science project teaching kids about density and buoyancy.

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April Centers

April Centers

These 18 April centers will save you planning time and keep you inspired all month long! The mega pack includes motivating ways to practice sight words, phonics, writing, shapes, telling time… even addition and subtraction!

It’s perfect for kindergarten and first grade. Just hit print!

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

LITERACY CENTERS

–> 5 versions of Roll It, Read It, Write It: CVC words, Digraphs, Magic E, Vowel Teams, Diphthongs

–> 2 versions of Sound It Out Mats: CVC words and CVCe words

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Board Game

–> EDITABLE Sight Word I Have, Who Has

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Pocket Chart Game

–> EDITABLE Write the Room

–> 3 Story Starters + Word Cards

MATH CENTERS

The set also includes math activities teaching critical skills including place value, telling time, 2D and 3D Shapes, addition and subtraction.

–> 2 Addition Board Games (Adding to 12 and Adding to 20)

–> Making 10 Write and Wipe Cards

–> 2 Subtraction Board Games (Subtracting within 10 and Subtracting within 20)

–> Subtracting from 10 Write and Wipe Cards

–> 3 Sets of Telling Time Puzzles (Telling time to the hour, half hour and quarter hour)

–> 2 Versions of Shape Graphs(2D Shapes & 3D Shapes)

–> 2 Versions of Color by Shapes (2D Shapes & 3D Shapes)

–> 2 Versions of Mystery Number Task Cards (Counting by ones to 100 and skip counting by 2, 5 or 10)

 

THAT’S 18 APRIL MATH AND LITERACY CENTERS IN ALL!

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Second Grade at Home – Week Four

Second Grade at Home – Week Four

Ready to jump into our 4th week of distance learning? Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.

–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.

–> 5 print-and-play activities practicing R influenced words, diphthongs, silent consonant pairs, sight words (it’s EDITABLE!), 3-dimensional shapes, graphing, place value to 1,000, skip counting by 10s and 100s, plus beginning fractions.

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March Centers

March Centers

Get ready for some seriously playful learning! These 19 March centers make it fun for kids to practice sight words, phonics, writing, shapes, telling time… even counting coins!

They’re perfect for kindergarten and first grade. Just hit print!

 

INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:

LITERACY CENTERS

–> Beginning Sound Puzzles

–> CVC Flip & Write

–> CVC Puzzles

–> CVCe Puzzles

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Board Game

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Puzzles

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Graph

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Cover Up Game

–> 3 Story Starters + Word Cards

MATH CENTERS

The set also includes math activities teaching critical skills including place value, telling time, counting coins, addition and subtraction.

–> EDITABLE Hide and Seek Math Fact Pocket Chart Game

–> Addition to 12 Board Game

–> Subtraction within 12 Board Game

–> 2 Sets of I Have, Who Have Place Value Game (Numbers to 50 & Numbers to 120)

–> 2 Sets of Money Puzzles (American Currency & Australian Currency)

–> 2 Versions of Spin & Graph Shapes (2D Shapes & 3D Shapes)

–> 2 Roll and Cover Mats

–> 2 Roll, Add and Cover Mats

–> Telling Time Connect Four Game

 

THAT’S 19 MARCH MATH AND LITERACY CENTERS IN ALL!

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Build and Compare Numbers

Build and Compare Numbers

Help kids develop a rock solid understanding of place value with this motivating pack of 14 build and compare sets.

Students will love using their base ten blocks to build each pair of numbers so they can see which one is greater.

And YOU’LL love that the activity is so easy to differentiate! Every set comes in 3 versions: practice 1 to 20, 1 to 50, or stretch kids who are ready by pulling out the 1 to 120 option.

 

THEMES INCLUDED:
 
–> Apples
 
–> Pumpkins
 
–> Leaves
 
–> Gumball machines
 
–> Holiday lights
 
–> Hearts
 
–> Pots of Gold
 
–> Easter eggs
 
–> Flower pots
 
–> Strawberries
 
–> French fries
 
–> Shells
 
–> PB and J sandwiches
 
–> Glue

This math center is great to use as a math station, morning work or early finisher activity.

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Subtraction Word Problems to 20

Subtraction Word Problems to 20

We all know that using math in real life makes numbers come alive for young children. With these subtraction word problems, kids can imagine the scenarios as they tackle them, making them less abstract and more concrete. The stories are brilliant for kindergarteners...

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Multiplication Word Problems to 20

Multiplication Word Problems to 20

Multiplication is tricky for younger children so it helps if they can think about it in a variety of ways. These multiplication word problem cards ask questions that kids can visualize, so they can picture the scenes in their mind's eye and map out the solutions. If...

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Division Word Problems within 20

Division Word Problems within 20

Division is one of the more difficult math concepts to understand for early learners. While it's closely related to multiplication, it's trickier to grasp its meaning and to work out how to solve each problem. These division word problems are here to help! These task...

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EDITABLE Number of the Day Sheet

EDITABLE Number of the Day Sheet

Working on a number of the day gives kids practice with place value, expanded notation, odd and even numbers... so many math skills in one simple activity. They are such an easy way to differentiate for a variety of learners during morning work or math rotations. Just...

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Addition Word Problems to 20

Addition Word Problems to 20

Addition word problems are a great way to practice solving equations using real world examples. Use these addition to 20 word problem cards as a math center, brain break or small group activity. Kinders and first graders will love problem solving! Ready for more math...

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Write and Wipe Subtraction Cards

Write and Wipe Subtraction Cards

Looking for a fun way to teach kids about subtraction?! These write and wipe subtraction cards give children hands-on practice writing and solving problems. They're great to use as a math center, small group activity or for individual practice. Grab the complete...

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LEGO Addition Cards

LEGO Addition Cards

Whether you're looking for a hands-on way to practice addition or you need a fun LEGO activity for kids, these free LEGO addition cards are sure to be a hit. Just print the cards, grab some LEGOS and you're ready to step up the cool math factor. P.S. Be sure to hop...

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Crayon Ten Frames

Crayon Ten Frames

toMaking 10 is an important concept for early learners because it builds a foundation they'll use for place value later.  This crayon themed ten frames activity is a fun, hands-on way for kids to learn and practice all the ways to make 10 while using a ten frame....

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More and Less Number Sense Game

More and Less Number Sense Game

Looking for a fun number sense challenge that helps kids really grasp what numbers mean? More and Less is a playful number sense game that stretches children's understanding of place value. Grab your free copy (below) and then hop over and download our Place Value...

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Math Fact Memory Game

Math Fact Memory Game

This free Math Fact Memory Game is a fun way to introduce addition and subtraction to preschoolers or kindergarteners! Just be prepared. Once they get a handle on these facts, they will be begging you to make harder cards. Grab your copy of our Math Fact Memory Game...

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Skip Counting with QR Codes!

Skip Counting with QR Codes!

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!  For example, it makes a great skip counting activity!...

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Robot Addition Cards

Robot Addition Cards

These playful robot write and wipe addition cards are a motivating way to help kids learn how to write and understand addition problems. The print and play activity is perfect to use as a math center or STEM box. For more math fun, check out our Place Value Cover Up...

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Beach Time Subtraction Puzzles

Beach Time Subtraction Puzzles

These ocean subtraction puzzles are the next best thing to spending the day at the beach! Students will love the challenge of matching up the problems and solutions and you'll love the quick and easy prep. For more math fun, check out our Place Value Cover Up in our...

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Shark Roll and Cover

Shark Roll and Cover

This playful shark roll and cover game is a must-play! As kids race to cover all of their shark's teeth, they won't even notice they're practicing counting, subitizing (instantly recognizing numbers), and adding at the same time. Grab the freebie (below) and then hop...

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Greater Than Alligator Activity

Greater Than Alligator Activity

Looking for a way to teach your students how to compare numbers?  Look no further!  This greater than activity is the perfect way to do just that.  These crafty alligators are a memorable, hands-on way to teach kids how to compare two numbers and identify the bigger...

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Greater Than, Less Than Game

Greater Than, Less Than Game

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. For more math fun, check out our Place Value Cover Up activity in our shop! This post contains...

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Dinosaur Number Puzzles

Dinosaur Number Puzzles

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...

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Easter Egg Math Facts Activity

Easter Egg Math Facts Activity

In need of a fun new way to practice math facts? We've got you covered! This simple Easter egg math fact activity is a motivating way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication - just about anything! Just grab your stash of plastic Easter eggs and you're ready...

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Spring Addition Game

Spring Addition Game

Dive into your stash of mini erasers or use our printable cut-outs for a playful spring addition game that gives kids practice writing and solving addition equations. It's a perfect complement to our popular Place Value Cover Up! Getting Ready To prep the spring...

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Easter Addition to 10

Easter Addition to 10

Are you looking for an EGG-CELLENT way to practice addition? This fun Easter-themed activity is perfect! Scroll below to grab your freebie and then make sure to hop over and snag our Place Value Cover Up in our shop! Getting Ready The prep work was as quick as a...

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Hundred Chart Puzzles #Colorize

Hundred Chart Puzzles #Colorize

These bright and colorful hundred chart puzzles  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...

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Number Formation Pack

Number Formation Pack

If you're looking for a motivating, easy-prep way to teach kids how to write and recognize the numbers 0 to 30, you've come to the right spot.  This number formation pack is brimming with effective teaching strategies: hands-on activity sheets, memorable rhymes and...

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Valentine’s Addition and Subtraction Math Game

Valentine’s Addition and Subtraction Math Game

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so some thematic learning is in order with a Valentine's math game! Practice counting valentines with these addition and subtraction re-usable mats. They focus mainly on numbers to 20, so they're perfect for first grade but...

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Hot Cocoa Addition Game

Hot Cocoa Addition Game

It's always fun to change learning activities with the season and Hot Cocoa Addition is a perfect way to warm up this winter. Practice adding sums within 10 with a motivating, simple matching addition game. For an extra bit of fun, drink some real hot cocoa while you...

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Free Math Concentration Game

Free Math Concentration Game

Concentration games are a great way to get kiddos to practice their math without making it feel like work. This math concentration game combines practicing basic addition and subtraction skills with a memory enhancing activity. It’s fun, too! After the game, hop over...

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Snowflake Making Ten Clip Cards

Snowflake Making Ten Clip Cards

I love using clip cards with my students!  They are a fun, hands-on way for my students to learn and, as a big bonus, they also help with fine motor skills . These snowflake making ten clip cards are the perfect way for young learners to practice ways to make ten - an...

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Mitten Addition Game

Mitten Addition Game

Do you need a fun addition game to play this winter? Mitten Addition will add some serious excitement to your math centers! Snag your activity and then hop over and grab our Place Value Cover Up in our shop! Getting Ready This addition game was super quick and simple...

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Ornament Comparing Numbers Activity

Ornament Comparing Numbers Activity

Counting and comparing numbers is an important math skill for preschoolers and kindergarteners because it helps our youngest learners build strong number sense. Kids will love comparing ornaments in this hands-on (and addictively fun!) math game. Snag your activity...

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Snowman Addition Puzzles

Snowman Addition Puzzles

These adorable snowman addition puzzles are the perfect activity for the classroom as the air grows colder.  The poor snowmen are missing their hats, and they need little mathematicians to find them! Our snowman button counting puzzles were such a hit for counting...

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Thanksgiving Money Activity

Thanksgiving Money Activity

This easy-prep Thanksgiving money activity is a playful way to practice counting a collection of coins. Scroll down to grab your freebie and then make sure to hop over and snag our Place Value Cover Up for more math fun! Getting Ready Prepping this Thanksgiving money...

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Build and Compare Numbers

Build and Compare Numbers

Help kids develop a rock solid understanding of place value with hands-on number building! Students will love using their base ten blocks to make each pair of numbers so they can see what one is greater...And YOU'LL love that this build and compare activity is so easy...

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Comparing Numbers

Comparing Numbers

Working on comparing numbers?! This mega pack of motivating, hands-on activities is a must-try. All eight games include easy ways to differentiate so you can quickly stretch students who are ready for a challenge or provide support for kids who need extra practice....

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Addition Fact Fluency

Addition Fact Fluency

Addition is the foundation of so many math skills kids learn along the way: fact families, multiplication, algebra... That's why it is so important for children to memorize addition facts by heart. This Fact Fluency Pack is filled with fun ways to practice adding 0 to...

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40 STEM Activities for Kids

40 STEM Activities for Kids

STEM activities (Science Technology Engineering and Math) are all the buzz in education. Kids love finding out how things work through fun, hands-on projects and teachers love knowing that they're preparing students for their techy future. These 40 kid-approved STEM...

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Awesome Money Activities

Awesome Money Activities

Learning how to recognize and add together coins can be confusing for kids but these 10 playful money activities are a motivating way to tackle coins once and for all. Grab your set in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Then, for more math fun, check out our Place...

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Our Instagram Reel

Our Instagram Reel

Welcome Instagram friends! This is the place to find all of our latest posts in one spot. Simply scroll down and click on the activity you're searching for - our newest posts are on top. Spring STEM Challenges in our shop // on Teachers Pay Teachers 3D Shape Puzzles...

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Pizza Fraction Clip It Cards

Pizza Fraction Clip It Cards

If your children are learning about fractions, these quick and easy pizza fraction clip-it cards will help consolidate their understanding. They are a fun way to practice recognizing and reading fraction names for halves and quarters. Kids can even make their own!...

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4 Must-Try Dice Games

4 Must-Try Dice Games

Dice games are a quick, screen free way to entertain kids when you're at home or on the go. These four must-try dice games are my family's favorites. They're easy to learn, fun to play, and {as a HUGE bonus} teach kids important math skills too. Gotta' love that! For...

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Math Fact Dominoes

Math Fact Dominoes

My oldest LOVES math fact challenges so I was excited to put together a set of fun popsicle stick math fact dominoes he could use to practice +2s. Working on subtraction, multiplication or division instead? No problem! Just swap out the math facts and answers. So...

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Bug Number Bonds

Bug Number Bonds

We've been busy planting in the garden almost everyday and with a 2 and 4 year-old our yard, work inevitably turns into bug hunting.  So I took my 4 year old's fascination with insects and used it to practice number bonds with this simple, quick prep activity. And if...

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Pumpkin ABC Letter Tracing

Pumpkin ABC Letter Tracing

Pumpkin letter tracing is a fun fall ABC game and fine motor activity in one. As kids trace alphabet letters with candy pumpkins, they build hand-eye coordination, hand strength and letter formation skills they'll use for writing words later. Pumpkin fans will...

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This Little Piggy Finger Puppets

This Little Piggy Finger Puppets

Rhymes for kids help children notice that words are clumps of sounds with a similar pattern.  When they begin spelling and reading words later, they'll notice that rhyming words often end with the same letters.  For instance, cat, bat, sat and hat all end with the...

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First Grade Centers

First Grade Centers

If you’re looking for first grade centers your students will beg to repeat, you’ve come to the right spot! Playdough to Plato is all-in on helping you save time, stay inspired and get bigger teaching results so we pulled together some of our favorite first grade...

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Kindergarten Centers

Kindergarten Centers

If you’re looking for kindergarten centers your students will beg to repeat, you’ve come to the right spot! Playdough to Plato is all-in on helping you save time, stay inspired and get bigger teaching results so we pulled together some of our favorite kindergarten...

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Pre-Kindergarten Centers

Pre-Kindergarten Centers

If you’re looking for pre-kindergarten centers your students will beg to repeat, you’ve come to the right spot! Playdough to Plato is all-in on helping you save time, stay inspired and get bigger teaching results so we pulled together some of our favorite...

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Teaching Kids Opposite Words: The Opposite Game

Teaching Kids Opposite Words: The Opposite Game

Teaching kids opposite words like wet-dry, left-right, up-down is great for vocabulary development. This free printable game is a fun way to make learning opposite words fun for kids. Just print, cut and play. Easy peasy. Scroll below to check out more, then snag our...

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