### Free & Affordable Math Manipulatives for Kids to use with hands-on learning activities!

Crystal and Co.

Discover creative and fun ways to incorporate math counters into your lessons. Enhance your students' understanding of math concepts with these engaging activities using math counters.

Free & Affordable Math Manipulatives for Kids to use with hands-on learning activities!

Crystal and Co.

Counting cups are a great way to engage students in hands-on practice of key math skills. Use for centers, stations, or as an intervention tool.

April Whitstone

Print these pattern block cards to use with any colored math counters. You can use Unifix cubes, bear counters, dinosaur counters, farm animal counters,

Randi Kraus

Helpful ideas no matter what grade you teach!

Chandler Thomas

PRICES MAY VARY. ✅A COMPLETE MAGNETIC TEN FRAME SET WITH ACTIVITIES, COUNTERS, DICE - designed by educators for hours of math learning fun! Easily explain base-ten concepts, addition and subtraction, place value and develop number sense! Learning can be fun with Simply Magic colorful magnetic counters and 10 frames! 🎁PERFECT GIFT TO SUPPORT LEARNING AT HOME OR IN A CLASSROOM - Simply Magic Jumbo Magnetic Ten Frames Set with Counters includes 4 jumbo size ten frames with extra space to write…

Elizabeth Cook McLeod

Dot cards can be used for counting or comparing more, less, and same. They can be used with any manipulatives; for example, the colored bear counters,

Claudia Johnson

Bring the fun to your Thanksgiving lessons with these Thanksgiving centers for kindergarten, read aloud ideas, a placemat freebie, and more!

Kimberly Mignosa

15+ Fun and Free Ideas for Teaching Subtraction. Games, Manipulatives, Worksheets, and an anchor chart idea for beginning subtraction.

Alison Hittle

Recipe for Teaching - Ingredients for making learning fun and engaging!

Misha Bartolomei

Use this free printable bear color graph activity set to practice a variety of early math skills. Several math games and activity ideas are included along with many open-ended questions to help kids

Anissa Carr