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First Grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking. A Maths Dictionary for Kids 2013 by Jenny Eather. Urikasub1res. Number Mazes. With each of these number mazes, there's a grid of numbers. Your goal is to make your way from the start to the end, making sure the numbers you pass through add up to exactly the right number!

You can choose either Easy 3x3 mazes, where the numbers in your path must add up to 20 Moderate 4x3 mazes, where the numbers must add up to 50 Tough 4x4 mazes, where the numbers must add up to 100 Tough 5x3 mazes, where the numbers must add up to 100 At each step in your path, you can go horizontally or vertically, but not diagonally. You can only pass each cell once. When you download a set of mazes, you'll see eight on the page. The pictures below show the rules for these maze puzzles. This path is not a solution - the total of the numbers you pass in the 3x3 mazes should be 20, but the numbers on this path add up to 17 This path is not a solution - although the total of the numbers passed is correct, the path doesn't end at the right place. This path solves the puzzle! Number Mazes. Shari Sloane - Educational Consultant. Math Centers and Games (Click on any image to see a larger version of that image.) 10s Go Fish - This game is played just like "Go Fish.

" Instead of asking for a card to match your card, you have to ask for a card that would add with one of your cards to make a sum of 10. I introduced the game with out class 4th Grade buddies, but it was still really difficult. So I made up this little cheat sheet to show that combos that make 10. Click here for the 10s Go Fish Cheat Sheet. Shape Fill In - This is the perfect game to differentiate your instruction. Click here for the Shape Fill-in Star. Click here for the Shape Fill-in Heart. Shake and Share - To play this game, you need to make Casino bottles. Click here for the Shake and Share Addition PDF.

Click here for the Shake and Share Subtraction PDF. One More - To play this game each, 2 children will share a sheet and a die. Click here for the One More PDF. More or Less? Click here for the More or Less PDF. Click here for the Count and Color PDF. WinWin_MathGames. Marilyn Burns Math and LiteratureGrades K–1 Collection - ETA hand2mind. Math Connect mathematics, literature, and writing with this elementary book collection Marilyn Burns-endorsed reading collections take imaginative fictional books and apply math lessons to the story. This is a fun and charming book collection that students, parents, and teachers will enjoy. 20 Classroom lessonsLessons feature an overview, materials required, and a classroom scenarioBenny's PenniesThe Button Box Inch by InchLet's Go VisitingThe Napping HouseOne Monday MorningPattern FishA Pig Is BigQuack and CountRooster's Off to See the WorldThe Shape of ThingsSix–Dinner SidTen Black DotsTen Flashing FirefliesTen Sly PiranhasA Three Hat Day12 Ways to Get to 11Two of EverythingWhen a Line Bends...A Shape BeginsWho Sank the Boat?

20 BooksTeacher's Resource Guide Area of Focus: MathSubject: Multi-Subject Math (Math) Product Type: Math & Literature (Math) Age: 5-6Grade: K-1 Units: EachItem #: IN41986Availability: Educators who bought this also bought: Marilyn Burns Math and Literature. Math Concepts & Skills Taught with Fiction & Nonfiction Stories. A Step-by-Step Lesson With Marilyn Burns. What's Your Number? What’s Your Number? Can be enjoyed by all ages of children - and any number up to 6. It is an exciting and popular dice race game and is sure to become one of your favourites! Age:3+ Skills: Number recognition Pencil control Equipment: 1 - 3 dice Printable sheet A pencil for each player How to play The youngest player rolls one die and writes the number down. The player with the lowest number starts by rolling two dice. Pictures: We have two sets of printouts which you can use, or you may, of course, design your own.

Our house is popular with younger children and makes an easy, fast game. Our cheerful bug has 12 parts to complete and is suitable for older children (as well as being perfect for the two or three player variation below).Bug printable Variations: Using one die throughout the game will slow it down; using three will speed it up! You can play additional rounds and keep score by giving the winner the total of the lines left incomplete around the table.

Mouse. Mouse may be familiar already - it is certainly an old favourite from my childhood. It can be enjoyed by any number and age of child and needs nothing but a scrap of paper, a pencil and a die (you can use our optional printable sheet too). Mouse printable Age: 3+ Skills: Number recognition Pencil control Equipment: One die Printable sheet (optional) Pencil and paper How to play The aim of the game is to be the first to complete a Mouse. 6 = body 5 = nose 4 = whiskers 3 = eyes 2 - ears 1 = tail The body must be drawn before the other body parts are added to it, so players must therefore roll a 6 to start. Younger children may like to trace their mouse using the printable page provided. Older children may find it useful to have one copy of the Mouse! Mouse%20printable. Interactive Whiteboard Resource Clock Spin.

Interactive Whiteboard Resource Clock Spin. Mama Jenn: Math Printables, Games & Activities. Roll_Hundreds_Place_Value.pdf. Printable Shapes 2D and 3D. "Math Salamanders Free Math Sheets" Welcome to Math Salamanders Printable 2D and 3D Shapes Clip art. Here you will find a wide range of free printable 2D and 3D shape sheets for display or to support Math learning. Thank you for honoring our copyright. The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using our collection of free Math Worksheets printable for kids. The Math Salamanders have a large bank of free printable shape clipart. Each of the printable shape sheets is available either in color or black and white. Using this shape clipart will help your child understand to recognize shapes and learn about the different properties that shapes have.

On the sheets with multiple shapes, we have shown the shapes in different sizes and orientations so that your child will recognize variations of the same shape, and start noticing the properties the same shapes all have. The sheets can be used as part of a Math display, as flashcards, or as printable coloring sheets. Using these sheets will help your child to: Addition and Subtraction Games. Freeanimalsgame.pdf. Spiderwebmapgame.pdf. Faceoff.pdf.