# KS1 Maths

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I have been asked time and time again about math journals… How do you use them? What is the most effective way to structure them? Can First Graders really use them as a tool? How do you not get overwhelmed when using them?? The great thing about math journals is that there is not just one way to use them… they can be modified to fit your style and organizational preferences. A few summers ago, I was lucky enough to attend the National Singapore Conference in Las Vegas. One of the sessions I…

100 creative math activities, for all ages, organised by topic and theme.

Simple math activity that involves children counting beads on pipe cleaners. Great for developing fine motor skills and understanding numbers and colours.

Explore numbers 1-10 in many different ways. Preschool, pre-k, and special ed. - multi-sensory and differentiated

Free Subtraction Strategies reference poster in the downloadable preview - illustrates 8 strategies

Here is a math center activity used to reinforce place value. How to Play? Place the deck of cards with the numbers facing up. Pick a card and try to stamp what it looks like using base 10 block stamps. Flip the card over to check your answer (self-correcting feature) OR Place the deck of cards with the numbers facing up. Pick a card and try to BUILD what it looks like using base 10 blocks on a place value mat. Flip the card over to check your answer.(self-correcting feature) If you notice…

First grade math centers and worksheets and ideas FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR - must read this entire blog!!!! You can get all of these in a bundle to have math planned the whole year for 1st grade!

Awhile back I saw this pin and kept thinking I need to do that. It took me longer than I wanted but I finally got around to getting it together. I bought a \$1 pack of kids' size clothes hangers. The wire ones may be easier to get the shirts on and off of though. I made these little shirts and punched a hole in the top. The original pin focused on making sums to 10. Below you can see where we've practiced doing that but I also wanted to include the shirts with numbers 1-10 for preK and kinder…

Use this Connect Four game to have students practice addition! There's also a subtraction version. FREE!

These FREE Math Centers are perfect for K-5, 15 Printables and tips for differentiation!

Are you looking for engaging Geometry math centers that are no prep for you and that your students will love to use? My first graders loved these 2D geometry centers. Use these same activities in Google Slides too with adapted 2D Geometry activities for google slides, perfect for distance learning or 1:1 classrooms.

Kindergarten blog with ideas on classroom management, centers and learning through play!

A set of free maths printables to use with children in the early years from Rachel (",)

Looking for a fun winter-themed activity for your math centers? The Make, Take & Teach Mitten Match activity for addition may just do the trick. Simply print, laminate and cut out the mittens and your center activity is ready to go. Put a few clothespins in the storage container and have your students clip the […]

Here are 9 worksheets for practice or assessment of the following Common Core standards. 1.OA.5 & 1.NBT.1 The standards require students to count up to 120, but the hundreds charts in the frameworks use 0-99 charts, so I improvised and did 0-119 charts. There are 3 sheets where students fill in ...