Fact Fluency in First Grade
Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...
Oops! Corrected Mastering the Basic Math Facts Chapter Four: Adding Ten
So sorry! I've corrected the problem with my Doubles game boards. Just download them again. Good catch Anonymous! As promised here are the next set of storage labels for this book. These game storage labels are for Chapter Four. Click on the picture to download. I have also completed my Doubles game boards. These are more varied...just a variety. Click on the picture to download. Enjoy! I'm still working on game boards using two dice and some subtraction ones. I did get started on my post…
Math Facts Practice Game: Scoot!
This freebie contains two recording sheets plus directions to play addition and subtraction "Scoot!" with your class. Use basic addition or subtraction flash cards for a quick and easy game, or make it challenging by putting two or three digit math problems on each desk! How to play: Number studen...
Place Value War - Playdough To Plato
Place Value War! Such a fun math center or place value game for first grade or second grade. Read and write your number and then figure out who has the biggest one!
Free Addition Games for Fact Fluency: Addition Math Board Games
These printable games are for reviewing addition to 20. They have been designed as a no prep activity that is fun and engaging for students. There are two games included. Contains: Build a Sandcastle - an addition board game for 2-4 playersMake 15 At the Beach - an addition board for 2 playersIt als...
Dominoes Math Puzzles — Games 4 Gains
Looking for a fun and easy-to-use math center for practicing addition facts, multiplication facts, or decimal multiplication? Check out these dominoes math puzzles at games4gains.com!
Clock face that separates the hour by colors- FREE visual aid for teaching time
I find that many kids have the misconception that the hour is whatever the short hand is closest to. This works in the beginning when they're learning how to tell time to the nearest hour. As telling time increases in difficulty, they have to relearn how to find the hour.This visual helps by showing kids that the hour actually has a space/area.