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First grade addition

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Doubles for Addition - 4 fast prep math centers for first grade

Our Print and Play math activities make learning easy-to-prep and lots of fun! Make learning the doubles, doubles plus one and double tens strategies a breeze with our pack of 4 apple themed math centers. The games include: 1. Apple Double Students will roll a six sided die and double before locating the numeral. 2. Apple Core Students will find the total of the 2 sides of the apple - using a double (up to double 12 = 24) 3. Double Tree + 1 Students will use the doubles plus one strategy to…

First-grade addition activities can be hands-on and engaging by adding in simple items you have on hand. 1st graders practice adding numbers, learn about putting addends together, and more. They use paint dabbers to demonstrate their addends and practice addition.

First-grade addition activities can be hands-on and engaging by adding in simple items you have on hand. 1st graders practice adding numbers, learn about putting addends together, and more. They use paint dabbers to demonstrate their addends and practice addition.

Subtraction With Regrouping (or UNgrouping) Anchor Chart

A Primary Kind of Life shared a post on Instagram: "Subtraction with UNgrouping is not for the faint of heart! Hoping this little chart will help my kiddos

True/false for Mathematics... This seems useful even for linking derivatives and integrals to their proper functions, but I might have to modify it so that scissors and scraps of paper don't end up everywhere.

Hi Friends! Let me start by saying Happy Teacher's Appreciation!! It's that time of year when everything starts piling up, and it's really hard to keep up with it all! With field day, end of year testing, paperwork, report cards, and of course, TEACHING, it gets a little overwhelming! On top of that, Mother's Day is this weekend, and sometimes we found ourselves scrounging for something to do that's, easy, cute and heartfelt. Here are some things I've done in the past, and I…

I love the versatility of dry erase pockets! They are great for so many reasons; they are easy to prepare, easy to clean, durable, and s...

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Build number sense and review skills with this set of 100 riddle cards for the numbers 1 to 100. Great for spiraled review of math concepts and vocabulary! Small group, whole group, or independent practice with odd/even, tens and ones, coins (pennies, nickels, dimes), and comparison signs for equalities and inequalities.  $   https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/First-Grade-and-Second-Grade-Math100-Riddle-Cards-for-the-Hundred-Chart-191803

Build number sense and review skills with this set of 100 riddle cards for the numbers 1 to 100. Great for spiraled review of math concepts and vocabulary! Small group, whole group, or independent practice with odd/even, tens and ones, coins (pennies, nickels, dimes), and comparison signs for equalities and inequalities. $ https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/First-Grade-and-Second-Grade-Math100-Riddle-Cards-for-the-Hundred-Chart-191803

If you are looking for a cute book on nouns and verbs I purchased this one and it is filled with lots of nouns and verbs to teach your kiddos. Plus, the story it pretty cute too!

I have been really bad at taking pictures of what is been going on in my classroom lately! I have just been SO busy! Therefore, on Thursday I made a POINT to get the camera out and snap some shots for y'all! Here are a few things that we have been doing in class lately! Luckily I have Ms. Thomas to split up the lesson planning! Thank You Kiss Kiss to a bff teamie! I have been planning our Math lessons so far this year. We are currently finishing up addition and doubles facts. Last week while…