## 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...

## 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...

## 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...

## 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...

## 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...

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...

## 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...

## 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....

## 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...

## 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...

## 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...

## 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...

## 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,...

## 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...

## 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!...

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...

## 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...

## 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...

## 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...