# Daily 3 - Math

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Happy Saturday! I know this is going to sound cliche and all, but seriously....where did the summer go?! August is only a couple of da...

With and without regrouping! Great visual to have in the classroom for students to refer to.

Make Ten is an addition math game with triangles! Match up the numbers that equal the number 10. A great way to practice addition facts!

Kids absolutely love these snap cube number and pattern activity cards! They are such a great idea to use to help teach numbers and patterns, as well as gross motor skills. Snap cubes make an excellent addition to all centers, and are fantastic boredom busters!

Do Math Centers mystify you? Well, let me simplify them! I was never satisfied with how my math rotations went, but NOW I LOVE my math class setup!

Math mentor texts are the perfect 'hook' for math mini-lessons. These 5 read alouds are just-right for fostering strong number sense in primary learners.

Free ice cream themed number match is the perfect counting practice for numbers 1-10. Ideal for preschool and kindergarten!

Check out this giant collection of dice games for preschoolers! You and your little one will have a lot of fun trying out these activities.

Using Math Journals. Student created math journals for the entire year! These interactive math notebooks are a great way for Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade to practice math skills in an interactive way. They cover number sense, addition and subtraction, graphing, shapes, money, word problems and so much more!

Activities for working on numbers - numbers recognition & counting in the Early Years

Activities for working on numbers - numbers recognition & counting in the Early Years

Games are such an effective tool for practicing skills in the classroom. Students are so engaged when playing games and we remember more of what we learn when we are having fun. I worked hard to incorporate games into my classroom on a very regular basis. My students played vocabulary games on Fridays and they […]

Math centers make me leap with joy, and so this blog series is a blast to write! If you missed any of the other posts in the series, you can click below to get caught up. Part 1: Why You Need to Have Math Centers Part 2: Math Center Activities Making Time I have so […]

The most asked question I get from teachers using my math centers is, "How do you store and organize the centers?" Let me show yo...