A fun way to practice making Put two-sided manipulatives in a cup, have the kids shake and pour them out. They dab or color the way they made
Number bracelets are excellent tools for helping students learn to compose and decompose numbers.
Can you figure out what number is hiding under the rock? Grab this engaging little game for composing and decomposing numbers!
Decomposing numbers with dominoes - start with a number in a circle and have students place the dominoes that add up to that number
13 days of school already down. I mean seriously, it literally seems like the first day was yesterday. We all know down in Kinder-World that the e
Build number sense with this adorable turkey craft! It's the perfect way to incorporate math instruction into your Thanksgiving unit!
Decomposing Numbers Foldable Books - Perfect for Students will love these interactive, easy-to-make books!
Decomposing numbers Make this fun 'monster' to help kids understand decomposing!