Students would have a cup filled colored counters. They should shake it up and dump it out to count the red counters and yellow counters. This teaches cardinality, as well.

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10 Free Printable Math Centers - These FREE Math Centers are perfect for Special Education, and Work Centers for students with Autism- 15 Printables and tips for differentiation!

Kindergarten Math CentersI designed these independent dice centers to provide some fun practice for students with: forward counting, backward counting, number writing, adding, and number representation. I wanted some quick and easy centers that were helpful for teachers and fun for students. The only items you will need are some fun counting materials (erasers, plastic toys, legos, cubes, i.e.), various number dice, and these worksheets. These can be printed in black and white for single use…

Easy Fall Centers for Kindergarten {Plus Some Fall Freebies}!

Tons of print and play math games for first grade! No prep, needed! -So many games that can engage a whole classroom. Have the students pick their favorites.

Make learning fun with these themed Ice Cream Initial Sound and Number Match-Ups for elementary aged students. Perfect for literacy centers!

This post shows three different math centers you can make using items from the Dollar Tree! Dollar Tree centers are fun, easy and cheap!

This set has six hands-on centers for teen numbers in kindergarten. Great activities for math stations! These are good ideas to get started with teen numbers. The links with the number bonds might be super helpful.