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1st grade math

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Fun, basic math station for start of school.  Perhaps bring in other manipulatives to represent the numeral?

Description Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers 1-6.

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Description This collection of fast prep busy work printables make perfect end of year activities. They will review key skills and keep your students engaged during the slide into summer. It is a collection of 21 worksheet printable pages for your students, with a beach/summer theme! Included in the packet is: 3 Puzzle Pastes - student cut and paste pieces to make a picture. To paste they need to identify numerals, number words and pictures of numbers up to 20. 3 Number Line Puzzles…

FREE Math Strategies Addition Subtraction Posters - Whimsy

Description WHAT'S INCLUDED? This download includes free posters to show various addition and subtraction strategies. Print full size, or print multiple posters per page to create smaller cards. It includes two blank poster templates to add your own strategies after printing. Note: This free resource has been updated several times over the years, and so the strategies may be different than shown elsewhere. MORE MATH POSTERS OPTIONS: You can see more math strategy posters for addition and…

1st Grade Math Worksheets (free Printables)

First graders can complete a series of engaging worksheets and activities that will help them develop the math skills they need to achieve success in today’s

Money Math Practice - How Much Does Lunch Cost? – Dorky Doodles

This printable math worksheet is a super fun way to practice addition and money skills. It also makes a great follow up for a restaurant math center activity. Your students can pretend that they have their own little place that serves junk food for lunch (because it's no fun to serve broccoli and kale at a fake restaurant). Their task is to add up the bills of the customers who have eaten! The addition is fairly simple and is a great way to practice for kids who are just being introduced to…

Worksheets: Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To? Nice for Dillon and Lukey

Did you know that alligators like to eat bigger numbers? Help your mini math star master his 'greater than' (>) and 'less than' (