Number sense activities for Kindergarten and 1st grade. These activities are perfect to help students gain awareness of the numbers 0-20.…
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Pin #5 Aligns with 1.NSBT.5. In this activity students will pull a card and write the number they pulled in the middle of the image. Then the student will write the number that is +1, -1 on each side and +10, -10 on the top and bottom. This will show an understanding of before and after numbers and add/subtract 10.

Pin #5 Aligns with 1.NSBT.5. In this activity students will pull a card and write the number they pulled in the middle of the image. Then the student will write the number that is +1, -1 on each side and +10, -10 on the top and bottom. This will show an understanding of before and after numbers and add/subtract 10.

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Number sense activities for Kindergarten. Make it yourself and no prep ideas to help students learn numbers to 20.

Number sense activities for Kindergarten. Make it yourself and no prep ideas to help students learn numbers to 20.

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I am loving these easy number sense games for kindergarten and first grade! These print and play activities are in black and white and are perfect for teaching students number sense within 20.

I am loving these easy number sense games for kindergarten and first grade! These print and play activities are in black and white and are perfect for teaching students number sense within 20.

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Grab this FREE number sense toolkit that includes a five frame, a ten frame, number cards 0-20, and a set of ten frame cards 0-10. Simply stash them in a gallon sized baggie, clear plastic sleeve, or dry erase pocket for simple storage and organization. They're perfect for small or whole group math activities in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade classrooms!

Grab this FREE number sense toolkit that includes a five frame, a ten frame, number cards 0-20, and a set of ten frame cards 0-10. Simply stash them in a gallon sized baggie, clear plastic sleeve, or dry erase pocket for simple storage and organization. They're perfect for small or whole group math activities in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade classrooms!

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