Weather Math Activities

I love using counters and manipulatives in math that tie in with other units of study. If you’re studying weather, these light blue-dyed pumpkin seeds make the cutest little raindrops! These raindrops are perfect to use for counting, addition, subtraction, measuring, and other weather math activities this spring. Dyed Pumpkin Seed Raindrops Materials pumpkin seeds […]

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Greater Than Less Than Lessons for First Grade

  Comparing numbers in K/1 using the greater than, less than symbols can be challenging!  Young students often confuse the symbols and struggle with the concept.  These three Greater Than, Less Than lessons for kindergarten and first grade will help you teach your students how to confidently compare numbers. Use these lesson ideas with your […]

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Fun Greater Than Less Than Activities

Comparing numbers doesn’t have to be boring.  Here are five fun greater than less than activities your kids will love.  They make easy, low-prep math centers, too! Greater Than Less Than Stamp Do you have an alphabet stamp set?  If you have one with a letter “v” that isn’t too fancy, use it as a […]

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Egg Carton Math Games First Grade

Egg Carton Math Games for First Grade. Perfect for Math Centers!

Many elementary teachers use math centers in their classrooms.  They’re fun and engaging ways to review math concepts or extend instruction.  However, it’s often time consuming to put them together, and they usually only cover one math skill. Here’s an easy solution:  Make 22 math centers in a matter of minutes using something I’m pretty sure you have sitting […]

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Number Sight Words

Fun Ways to Teach Number Sight Words Without Worksheets

This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement. Very early on in our math curriculum I knew my kids were going to need to know their number sight words pretty quickly. They were required to read and write numbers in words right off the bat and that’s hard to […]

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