# First Grade Math

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7 Stellar Routines to Start Your Math Block — The Stellar Teacher Co.
10 Frame Song & Printable Lyrics
Printable song lyrics and a you tube video demonstration! A Great song to sing with your students!
72 of the Absolute Best Math Picture Books for Kids
How great are these picture books about measurement?!
Multiplication Timed Tests Assessments Fact Fluency with Karate Belt Reward Tags
Multiplication Facts Assessments and Brag Tags Here is a great CCSS Aligned resource for your classroom: Operations Algebraic Thinking 3.OA.C7 These multiplication assessments may be used for Pre-Assessments, Post Assessments, and speed practice. Research shows that timed tests actually increase math fact fluency. There are 10 Karate belt levels of Brag Tags for recognition when students master a level.
Mastering Math Facts - Amy Lemons
Storing Math Fact Quizzes
Fact Fluency in First Grade
Have students sort facts they know into Fluent Facts and ones they're working on in their Study Stack - click to get the cards and bag labels!! (Fact Fluency in First Grade)
Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time the multi-sensory way!
Math Coach's Corner
Great fact fluency blog post!
Flyin' to the End of the Year
Wind down the school year with The Ultimate Paper Airplane Competition! Blog post with details, free printables, and lots of photos. (The Thinker Builder)
First Grade Fabulousness – Skinned Knees & Shoelaces
Number comparisons for finding the difference in subtraction. Have kids color in & show the difference in subtraction. Connect to how many more /less word problem & # sentence
Addition Puzzles & Giveaway Winners!
TheHappyTeacher Blog: Addition Puzzles! Help students master basic facts with this fun, FREE activity! :)
Place Value Tree - Classroom Freebies
Classroom Freebies: Place Value Tree
First Grade Fabulousness – Skinned Knees & Shoelaces
Number comparisons for finding the difference in subtraction. Have kids color in & show the difference in subtraction. Connect to how many more /less word problem & # sentence
Kids add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching number square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve. (Image only)
Rekenspellen
Might be a good activity for doubling