Here's a new way of sorting addition and subtraction facts!  Free idea from The-Stay-At-Home-Mom Survival Guide.

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FiddleStix - Here's a new way for kids to sort addition or subtraction facts! Free idea from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide.instead of Popsicle sticks, use gemstones with answers written on them.have a different set of stones and egg cartons f

Decomposing Numbers!                                                                                                                                                     More

Decomposing Numbers: can do an activity with the number cubes. Students roll a number. Put that number of blocks in the big circle then decompose into 2 smaller numbers. Give students a recording sheet.

Have students show different numbers using clothes hangers and clothespins.  You can use 2 different color clothespins so that students see the relation to 5 or 10.

Clothespin Math on a clothes hanger! Easy to make, and self explanatory. I'm thinking a wire clothes hanger would work better, so the clothes pins are easy to slide back and forth (almost like an abacus).

Dominorekenen: Via de dominostenen kunnen de leerlingen hun sommen of splitsoefeningen inoefenen op een actieve manier en met speels materiaal. De kinderen verwoorden dan bv: 4 + 1 = 5, deze steen mag in het potje van 5. Of 5 kan je splitsen in 4 en 1.

plastic cups with a number on it, the children count the dots together and put them in the right cup!

Fantastische hoela-hack: splitsen van hoeveelheden. #rekenen

Addition Manipulative - Teaching with Heart Cut up a pool noodle and place a number with a binder clip on the hoola hoop. Students can move the pieces around to show what parts make up the number.

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Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization