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10 Ways to Teach Children Numbers - KTeacherTiff
Kindergarten often begins with teaching students to recognize numbers. Here are 10 effective ways to teach them to your students! Number Books Have students create their own number books. Creating a book of their own will give them ownership of something that they can “read” again and again to help them learn their numbers. Provide pages that include the numerals you are working on. Allow the students to create the set using bingo dabbers, stickers, or pictures. Click Here to download
Fun Ways To Teach Telling Time
This “What does the clock say?” telling time writing craft has first, second and third graders writing about math while it doubles as a practice clock. Find hands-on ideas and telling time activities for kids in this post ideal for teaching 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students to tell time to the hour/half hour, quarter hour, and to the minute. Be sure to download the free telling time game too!
Building Number Sense to 20: What All Teachers Ought To Know
The ultimate spot for teachers to find math tips and strategies for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. An extensive list of number sense activities and resources are included: books, materials, math manipulatives, and FREE activi
First Grade Math Games for the Whole Year - Susan Jones Teaching
These first grade printable math games are perfect for math centers! There are 48 different games that are all black and white and only need cubes, dice, and some crayons to play! Addition, subtraction, number sense and more skills are covered! Head over to see more!
Measurement Activities - Memorable Math Distance Learning
Click to see all the images on this pin! Make math memorable for your students and easy for you! This pack has lots of recording sheets for common core aligned hands-on measurement activities. Perfect supplement for a measurement unit in any kindergarten or first grade classroom. Just gather some common classroom items, print and go! Made to save your ink and time. Happy teaching! $