I searched my boards and here's some of my favorites...
I like this idea of using baskets similar to daily 5 math centers. B is buddy games, U is using manipulatives, I is independent work, L is learning about numbers and D is doing math. Very neat idea!
I like these task cards and printables for math stations.
Here is a set of number poems to write the numbers 0-10.
This is a candy activity with a sheet of different tasks to complete.
I like that this is such a simple game. Students pull a number, color it in on their hundreds board and can play independently, or with a partner.
Cute when practicing beginning addition and reading 1 fish, 2 fish. :)
Great idea for beginning measuring and using real candy...always helps!
I love this game! Put addition and subtraction facts on the sticks, pass it around and students read the number sentence and give the answer. If wrong, the stick goes back in the bucket.
With Common Core, this is such a cute way to show the different number forms. I love this!
Ok, so I might be biased, but this is one of my own! I set this number line up on the carpet and the kids "hopped" back and forth as we practiced addition and subtraction.
Well that's all for today! I have to go make my parents some dinner! :) My mom wanted to try this caprese pasta I make. Have a great evening! And then tonight, I'm feeling some smores and a bonfire with the little sis! ;)