This set has six hands-on centers for teen numbers in kindergarten. Great activities for math stations!

Teen Numbers Kindergarten Math Centers

Pin This activity is a great way for students in kindergarten to learn how to count, recognize, and create numbers. this is an opportunity for students to use manipulatives, real numbers, and pictures for the ultimate learning experience.

FREE!!  Three Pigs Ten frames!  Perfect for math centers and math tubs!

A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Piggy Freebies And Collaborative Pinterest Board

FREEBIE: Ten frame hot chocolate with miniature marshmallows: Math Tubs in Kindergarten

FREEBIE: Ten frame hot chocolate with miniature marshmallows: Math Tubs in Kindergarten and lots of other teaching teens ideas!

Fun, basic math station for start of school.  Perhaps bring in other manipulatives to represent the numeral?

Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers Abby

Build Kindergarten Number Sense with these 20 differentiated centers! Ninja Number Toss is great for practicing number order.

Math Centers for the ENTIRE year & a TPT Sitewide Sale

Practice and Apply Math Skills with Centers! Have you been looking for a set of math centers that you can use anytime of the year? These Number Sense Math Centers are an engaging way to provide meaningful, independent practice.

How to set up your math center in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten…

How to set up your math center in your preschool, pre-k, & kindergarten classroom.

Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Grab and Count/ Grab It! math station directions and a ton of other great math tub activities - Building Number Sense in First Grade

Connect Links Addition Task Cards are a fun, hands-on way for children to practice adding. Connecting the math links together is a great way for children to visually see addition, develop their fine motor skills, and work on their hand and eye coordination too. These cards can be used for math centers, morning tub work, or as an enrichment activity for early finishers in Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade.

Connect Links Addition Task Cards are a fun, hands-on way for children to practice adding. Connecting the math links together is a great way for children to visually see addition, develop their fine motor skills, and work on their hand and eye coordinatio

Pinterest
Search