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Fall Number Sense Math Centers

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Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Order of Operations... Expressions and Equations... Review.. Review.. Review!

Match Me! Printable Math Game + Bonus Display Cards & Worksheet

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Subitizing Cards, Blank 10 Frame

Subitizing is a skill that students need to be able to do for number sense. It is recognizing dots or items and mentally knowing it's number. Subitizing aids in mental math and quick addition or subtraction without having to count. For example, if your students see 5 objects, they should be able to quickly say 5! Included is a blank 10 frame to use for teaching.

from The Kindergarten Connection

Halloween Counting Cards

Halloween counting cards using erasers from Target! (can use play dough too!)

Domino addition and subtraction printables! Have your students use dominoes to practice basic adding and subtracting! Dominoes are wonderful tools because students can count the dots to help them add and subtract!Please leave feedback! Enjoy!For more simple math practice, take a peek at my Mini Math Books!

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Number Mats 0-20 Ocean

These easy to prepare full-color number mats, 0-20, with an ocean theme, are designed to develop skills in number recognition, number formation, counting quantities, and cardinality. They are perfect for use as either an intervention or resource activity or as an independent math center. The numbers have green, yellow, and red dots along with arrows to guide correct formation. $ PreK-K

Creations by Mrs. Mouse: My Newest Creation - Counting Dots on the Bus

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Number Mats 0-20 Ocean

These easy to prepare full-color number mats, 0-20, with an ocean theme, are designed to develop skills in number recognition, number formation, counting quantities, and cardinality. They are perfect for use as either an intervention or resource activity or as an independent math center. The numbers have green, yellow, and red dots along with arrows to guide correct formation. $ PreK-K