Math towers - unit block addition activity printables - NurtureStore
Hands-on math activities for children who love blocks! You can use these printable counting and addition games with your favourite unit blocks to build math towers, supporting early math and fine motor skills. Math towers – block addition activity printables Early math skills need to focus on hands-on activities, where children […]
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My Math Resources - Horizontal & Vertical Bulletin Board Posters
These simple horizontal and vertical posters are a cute addition to ANY math classroom. Wrap them around the corner of your whiteboard or bulletin board and they hardly take up any space at all.
Early Number Sense - I See Maths
A range of resources and games for building children's early number sense with small quantities and developing conceptual understanding.
Oh October, where did you come from?
Do you ever get to a new month and think, that can't be right? I could've sworn it was just the 1st of September and now October shows up unexpectedly! As you can see from my picture I put on Instagram, I was completely surprised by the change in month and forgot to change my calendar. Don't worry, the kids were very quick to let me know about it. Unlike me, they do not miss a beat. So seeing as how I was a little confused about what month it is, it probably doesn't surprise anyone to see…
Kindergarten Teacher on Instagram: “🍎 🍏 Today we read 10 Apples Up on Top and worked through this math problem. Every student was successful, they were challenged to find…”
2,733 Likes, 92 Comments - Kindergarten Teacher (@asmilingteacher) on Instagram: “🍎 🍏 Today we read 10 Apples Up on Top and worked through this math problem. Every student was…”
Virtual Math Manipulatives to Solve Math Problems!
Do you need a virtual tool to help your kids solve math problems? This post includes 25 online math manipulatives to help kids visualize math problems.
So, I was snooping around on Pinterest, my new found addiction, and found a great idea. (The idea is from Mrs. T and her site is great so check it out here). Anyway, I decided to modify the idea and use scrapbook paper to make the value mats. First, I cut a 12"x 12" paper in half to make two 12" x 6" papers. I then cut two 3" x 3" squares and two 3" x 1" rectangles. I made a slew of mats at the same time and coordinated the different pieces to match each mat. I wanted to remember which…
How to Teach Multiplication & Division with LEGO Bricks
Make multiplication and division fun and hands on with LEGO bricks! In this post, learn all the different ways to model multiplication with LEGO and how to help kids make sense of division in a meaningful way. #multiplication #division #lego #legomath #legomathlessons
Ten Pin Linky Party: Math PINspiration!
Grab this FREE printable list of the top Ten Math Apps for K-2 and get your students ready for some fun practice of key math skills!