# Maths

## Collection by Jenny Neethling

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Grab a TON of FREE Math Games to help strengthen your students' addition & subtraction skills!

This post contains affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. My friend, Kim, at Life Over C's has an awesome 21 day series going on her blog called 'Learn with Your Craft Stash'. The series focuses on learning activities you can do with craft items you have around your home or classroom.

A Twist on Spiral Math: Read about different ways Spiral Math can be used in the classroom, and how it can help your students.

Over the last few weeks, my kindergartners have been learning about Three-Dimensional shape. Here are some of our favorite stations. Making a Town Using Three-Dimensional Shapes My students LOVED working with a friend and creating a part of the town. At large group time, we brainstormed what we needed to have in our town. Students made little signs and will soon be making maps of the town. We will also learn about creating and giving directions. I hope to have my students create an anchor…

Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on…

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Hi everyone! It is Teresa here from Fun Games 4 Learning . I'm excited to be back here blogging on Who's Who and Who's New! Many of you w...

Learn how to make a square bubble that mimics tensile structures. This bubble cube can also be made in other geometric shapes!

Here are some of the activities on the shelves- The snowman is a counting game. He is made out of a milk jug and fun foam. Pretty easy and pretty cute. A child rolls the die and counts out the milk caps. We love games because they teach letters, numbers, taking our turn, waiting for our turn and being patient. Melt! is an alphabet game-http://metamoracommunityprek.blogspot.com/2010/10/boo-bang-gobble-melt.html A Dinosaur Dig is in our dramatic play area…

***FREEBIE*** Multiplication Strategies Freebie and 10 Multiplication Center Ideas

Hello again! I was browsing pinterest the other day (as I tend to do - a lot!) and I found this nifty idea that got me thinking. It is ...

Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives

Happy Summer Break, friends! I hope this post finds you well, breathing deeply, and enjoying some time to refresh and relax. Of course, in between all this relaxing, you *might* be considering next year. You may not (kudos to you!) but if you are, I wanted to share how I begin training my 1st grade...

If you're not making time for math games, your students are missing out! Check out these 5 math games every classroom needs to play!

Free Printable Nets to make 3D shapes. Perfect hands on tool for geometry.