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

Quick Math: One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. This could be adapted for a lot of math concepts. Play on dry erase boards.

Great trick for teaching how to make Students use a highlighter to find the and then circle the other number with a crayon. Although, I think it would be easier to always make 10 with the larger number, not necessarily the first number in the equation.

Great ideas for math rotations and an organization system for all the materials. Turn a lot of the addition and subtraction ones into multiplication and division for upper grades.

I need to do this for X's updated busy bag! Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card.

Make a multiplication tower - think logically about number patterns and the commutative property. See our labelled tower to understand the colour-coding.