# math binder

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Hey Kinder Friends, I have to say this year in my class we are loving math. We ALL love it. And we are moving right along and reaching ...

Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun! In this post, I hope to share with you a lot of engaging number s

I have a new product to share with you today. I am excited to have this Greater than or Less than unit to use with my first graders. It ...

Building a solid number sense foundation is critical for students’ long-term math success – and it starts at an early age. It is the equivalent of learning letter names and letter sounds in reading. It is important for out students to develop a deep understanding of individual numbers, their quantities, how they are represented, and ... Read More about Numbers to 10 Activities for Little Learners

FREE Bar Graph templates - with and without a scale for a variety of data/graphing needs! #bargraphs #bargraphtemplates

Fact Fluency in First Grade COVER ME UP Dominoes center where each kid gets a game board and covers the sum their domino makes... click for a ton of activity ideas!

A fun and interactive way to teach graphing skills! Using M&Ms, students will learn how to use tally marks, pictographs, and bar graphs. With budget cuts in education, this worksheet is perfect as a one-page worksheet, which will display student's mastery of graphing skills.

Positive Classroom Management using whole class behavior incentives perfect for class compliments!

First grade anchor charts are great tools for reminding kids about concepts in math, writing, spelling, science, and more! Check out these great ideas.

Numbers to 20 counting math station for kindergarten. Your kiddos will love completing these interactive math activities in independent or small group settings. This pack features 8 stations designed for Kindergarten students which allow them to practice numbers to 10, numbers to 20, addition to 10, subtraction to 10, 2D + 3D shapes and base ten blocks. There are both color and black & white (ink friendly) versions included. The black and white centers look super cute printed on

Happy Monday, Friends ! Can you believe we're already coming up on the end of November? We are out for the whole week for Thanksgiving, and it dawned on me today that when we get back... it will be December.... WHat?!!?! Everything just keeps creeping up on me this year! I have to admit, I did decorate my house for Christmas this weekend. Yep, right down to the tiniest ornament on the tree. Mind you, I only decorated the INside... I decided it was best to keep crazy in the house, and not…

I didn’t start off the year doing morning work, we just went straight into circle time. With time I noticed that if I wanted to get some solid one-to-one work time with some of them, they worked best first thing in the morning! Once they got the hand of the routine, we barely had to […]

Number fact fluency is important to develop in first and second grade. Without automatic recall it's hard to move on to more complex skills. It's also crucial in developing a child’s confidence in using mathematics. Without a doubt, kids need to know their addition strategies! It's important to teach children addition strategies if we want confident young mathematicians. When a child can perform mathematical computations quickly and accurately they see themselves as being 'good at math'…

Solve It Strips are a FUN, low-prep, HANDS-ON math center that engage students in mental math! Various sets available so you can keep this as a math center all year long!

I find myself working on math facts with my daughters a lot. There is just so much to learn. One particular set we try to master is what makes ten. Basically, these are any sum that equals ten. (e.g. 9 + 1, 7 + 3, etc.) It’s a handy set of math facts to memorize ...

This past school year was my first one teaching first grade, and with that came a whole new set of standards that I had never taught before...