1. Students need a variety of activities to learn and experience numbers. Learning to count, identify numbers, and understanding quantity are just the beginning. They need to be able to compare, and order numbers, skip count, find patterns, represent numbers, and more. Here are some ideas of games/activities that you can …

  2. Counting, recognizing numbers as quantities visually, and combining different quantities to form/model numbers are important skills that enforce number sense in grades k,1, and 2. A strong number sense is crucial for the future understanding of more complex math topics. Number sense building activities Count out loud together as a …

  3. Counting, recognizing numbers as quantities visually, and combining different quantities to form/model numbers are important skills that enforce number sense in grades k,1, and 2. A strong number sense is crucial for future understanding of more complex math topics. Number sense building activities Count out loud together as a class …

  4. Ok, let’s play some Crazy Bingo. We named it that because when we play it everyone kind of goes crazy with excitement. This is a simple game that can be adjusted for lower and higher grades. Ages 5 and up For this game, you need A dice 6,10 or 12 …

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