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This activity is a fun way to get children to practice addition strategies using mental math. The game requires the students to find the bunnies with the two numbers to match the addition number and finally make a true addition statement.

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### Number Play Dough Mats 0-20

Number Play Dough Mats. These 0-20 number play dough mats can be used with play dough, manipulatives, buttons, etc. Kids can learn numeral recognition and the ten frames can be used to work on number sense. Color and black and white pages are included. A book cover is also included so that you can make an interactive counting book. A great activity for math centers in preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and tot school.

This activity encourages Kindergarten or first-grade students to use letter-sound correlations to build words using phonics. This would be a great center activity.

Keeping it Cool at School: Pom Pom Power! Having fuzzy fun in math centers! **Fun Freebie**

Inspired by The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry and the big hungry bear. The maths challenge table. Making number sentences.

### Spring activities (spring number bonds) spring kindergarten math center

#SPRING #NUMBER #BONDS #TASK #CARDS: NUMBERS 0 TO 10 : #MATH #CENTER #ACTIVITY This resource includes 108 number bonds task cards with numbers from 0 to 10. Children find the missing number by using tactile objects such as counters or rolling out balls made out of play dough. They could otherwise draw spots using a dry erase marker. Finally, children write the missing number with a dry erase marker.

All about BUTTERFLIES! Labeling the body parts of butterflies! Students chose 4 body parts to stretch slowly and write the sounds they heard in each word! dreambigkinders.blogspot.com

### PEEP Day: It's a Peep Thing

Send your students off to spring break with a sweet Marshmallow Peep to care for! Every year my class adopts Marshmallow Peeps and spends the day ...\$7

This activity works on basic math with children. The child counts how many dots are on each lady bug and adds them up. Say 1 lady bug had 3 dots and the other had 2 dots the child would add up the dots and get 5 as a result.

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