# Number Bonds Activities

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Fun hands on activity to work on understanding place value. Place value printables with printable base ten blocks.

Hi everyone! This is Shelley Gray from Teaching in the Early Years . A couple of weeks ago I was reading a blog post on I Can Teach My Child...

Practice math facts and creating addition sentences with this duck pond math activity for kindergarten and first grade.

Often, parents and grandparents wonder when we'll start teaching Math in Pre-K. What they are really wondering is when we'll begin using traditional equations to represent abstract mathematical data. To be honest, you won't find many traditional equations in Pre-K. Instead, we focus on the underlying concepts needed to understand adding more to, or taking…

Hands-on learning is so much more fun than workbook practice. Especially when your workbooks haven't come in yet....on the 4th week of sc...

A big "Hey!" to everyone! First, I want to give a super big "Thanks" to Miss Bowers over at First Grade Jabber for awarding me the "Vers...

Activity for ages 4 to 7. We’ve been busy planting in the garden almost everyday and with a 2 and 4 year old our yard, work inevitably turns into bug hunting. So I took my 4 year old’s fascination with insects and used it to practice number bonds with this simple, quick prep activity. It’s a perfect addition […]

... before making a Number Bond Biscuit .... as part of our school's Chocolate Week! LH

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Challenge in Continuous Provision can be a tricky old thing. It is hard to get that balance between 'encouraging' children to take on a challenge whilst maintaining a high level...

My twins are in Kindergarten now and as part of their math curriculum, they are developing number sense and getting comfortable with numbers. We have used clothespins before in our Clothespin Math activity. They are a great tool to have on hand, not just for teaching math, but for other skills as well. If you have a child who has weaker fine motor skills like I do, then the clothespins provide the extra benefit of a fine motor workout. This number sense game took me just a few minutes to set…

My twins are in Kindergarten now and as part of their math curriculum, they are developing number sense and getting comfortable with numbers. We have used clothespins before in our Clothespin Math activity. They are a great tool to have on hand, not just for teaching math, but for other skills as well. If you have a child who has weaker fine motor skills like I do, then the clothespins provide the extra benefit of a fine motor workout. This number sense game took me just a few minutes to set…