Having fun learning addition and counting on using a bingo dabber and butcher paper!
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FUN bingo dabber activities to teach letters, numbers, counting, and more! Common Core standards and kid-friendly "I Can" statements included.
Play dough numbers. A fun learning activity for counting and number recognition.
Interactive frog counting book: A great addition to your math learning center or to your collection of busy books/ lap books. Provides hands on opportunities to practice counting, patterning, construction/deconstruction numbers, and addition.
Printable Number Rhyme and fish template - learning about numbers, matching, counting, addition, colours and more!
Counting Apples - A Montessori and Waldorf Inspired Wooden Counting and Learning Toy
Counting and Addition Activity Tray Math Game from the Imagination Tree. She makes this fun!
Engaging and easy math center ideas using dice! Perfect for numbers and counting and building up to addition!
Add some Interactive FUN to your Work on Writing Station using these CCSS aligned WRITING TAB-ITS. Your students will be reading, researching, writing, learning, and having F.U.N. all at the same time!
Your students will enjoy playing these engaging Super Hero games with their friends and becoming more fluent in their addition math facts in the process! Learning Games provide a fun, not-threatening opportunity for students to get needed practice to become fluent in their math facts. They will be engaged and having fun. You will not have any papers to grade! Sounds like a WIN WIN! $
Perfect first manipulative that helps teach matching and counting skills. The sort of learning fun that kids really enjoy! $7.49
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Awesome Heel Hook. Love using this technique. It's like having a third arm! So much fun. (:
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Fun and learning in the kitchen using old and expired ingredients for pretend play.
20 fun math activities for kids using craft sticks. Activities include ideas for counting, patterns, shapes, math facts and more!
Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $
Several activities for fall! Students select a card (uppercase letter) and use a bingo dabber to dab the matching lowercase letter on their paper.
Octopus Counting Craft - Who doesn't love a craft that is cute but also educational? This octopus is sure to give you that. This craft is appropriate for ages 3 and up, with younger children needing help from an adult. Have fun creating this under the sea creature and learning numbers and counting.