Reinforce important math skills with these digital kindergarten counting activities. In addition, students will have fun practicing one-to-one correspondence! Learning how to count and using one-to-one correspondence skills is the foundation for future math skills that your students will need. However, it is a jump from being able to rote count to be being able …

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# Get the Most Out of Your Kindergarten Math Lessons

Want to plan and implement effective kindergarten math lessons for your students? Try these ideas and tips! I’ve written about the literacy routine that I follow in my classroom in the past. I also wanted to write about how I teach different math skills. You can also listen to me talk about math in kindergarten …

# Math Learning Centers Your Students Will Love

These fun and engaging math learning centers will reinforce fine motor and math skills all year long. These 18 hands-on activities are easy to prep and use. Teaching important math skills in kindergarten takes up a lot of programming and planning time. My post Everything You Need to Know About Math Centers gives you more …

# Everything You Need to Know About Math Centers

Math Centers: Find out how I plan and teach math in my kindergarten classroom. I give you some tips and advice for running successful math centers. Today I wanted to take a deep-dive into math centers. Providing my students with rich, hands-on learning opportunities for math is a critical aspect of my classroom. It is …

# Counting Principles – Unitizing

Unitizing is the ninth blog post in a series about Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What is …

# Counting Principles – Movement is Magnitude

A review of Counting Principles for kindergarten number sense. Free movement-is-magnitude counting cards for your students to use to practice this skill.

# Counting Principles – Abstraction

Abstraction is my seventh blog post in a series about the Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What …

# Counting Principles – Order Irrelevance

Order Irrelevance is the sixth blog post in a series about the Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. …

# Counting Principles – Conservation

Conservation is the fifth blog post in a series about the Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What …

# Counting Principles – Cardinality

Cardinality is the fourth blog post in a series about Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What is …