Halloween Math Activities

Halloween math worksheets

I wanted to tell you a little about my newest TPT product:  Halloween Math for Kindergarten and First Grade. This product contains 28 printable Halloween math activities and games.  They’re great to use for math centers, morning work, homework, or for early finishers.  They also require almost no teacher preparation.  A few of the games […]

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Telling Time Videos

We’re going to be doing some math review over the summer and one of the things I’m going to incorporate is videos.  One of the math concepts we covered this year was time.  Here are some telling time videos I’ve pulled together that I may use. I sorted them by the specific time concepts they […]

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Time Activities for First Grade

Free Printable Clock Hats- A Fun Activity for Learning to Tell Time

This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement. We’ve just wrapped up learning time to the hour and half hour with my youngest.  I wanted to share with you some of the time activities we did as a supplement to our math lessons, starting with this fun clock hat! […]

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Multiplication Arrays

Multiplication arrays

This post contains affiliate links to materials I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement.  My friend, Kim, at Life Over C’s has an awesome 21 day series going on her blog called “Learn with Your Craft Stash“. The series focuses on learning activities you can do with craft items you have around your home or classroom. […]

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Making 10 Activities

Since the beginning of the school year, I’ve been working on slowly introducing the memorization of math facts to my son. This week we’ve been focusing on learning the numbers that add up to ten.  I thought I’d share with you the making 10 activities we’ve done this week, including a free game I created! We […]

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Angle Activities: The Angle Family Album

  Our math curriculum doesn’t do a stellar job covering angles. I went on a search for some angle activities to hopefully make the unit more fun and meaningful.  When I didn’t find anything that fit what I was looking for, I decided to create something on my own.  I put together The Angle Family […]

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