I like the idea of having a manipulative on the page for students beginning to learn about subtraction. I can use this to help build their understanding and confidence.

Three Steps For Teaching Numerators and Denominators

I like this idea for teaching fractions. Activities like this would allow me to provide students with a visual representation of fractions that they would create.

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This is another activity meant to teach students to identify numbers to their quantities. I could use this in a whole class instruction or for struggling students who need extra practice.

I like this activity for teaching students factions based on different sized "wholes". This allows them to begin thinking of how to break down numbers into fractions.

First Week Math Centers for 1st Grade (The Teacher's Cauldron)

I like this idea of matching numbers to the number word as well as quantity. This provides students with the ability to recognize number to matter how they are represented.

I like this idea of using baby food jars to hold counting collections. I could use them to help students learn how to estimate total amounts and then count the objects inside.

I like this idea of counting legos as I can make counting more relatable to students. Most students are familiar with legos, so I can use them as a tool to get students recognizing the different sizes.

These manipulative provide a visual for students trying to understand the concept of addition. I can use this with struggling students to help them understand specifically what is going on in the addition problem.

I also like this activity for relating numbers to quantity. The idea is that students will have a visual to count and match it to the corresponding number.