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Transform math learning in your kindergarten classroom with these engaging math stations. Discover top ideas to make math fun and interactive for young learners.

Browse over 160 educational resources created by Blocks and Beads in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Ashleigh Stinson

Kindergarten math centers are a great way to improve your students' math skills. Check out these printable math stations! Addition, subtraction, composing and decomposing numbers, measurement and more! Your students will love these math centers all year long!

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Follow the first days of math stations in a kindergarten classroom and the reality of introducing procedures, routines and activities.

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Making 5 and 10 is a critical math skill in kindergarten. Make practice effective with these ways to make 5 and 10 activities for kindergarten.

Nicole Sanchez

Ever wish you could find the perfect math centers? Games that didn't use up all your ink, saved you oodles of time, and are EASY to organize? Well, you're in

Heather Becker

Subitizing, being able to quickly identify the amount of objects in a group, is a very important skill for early learners.

Emily Hoffman

Kindergarten Math Made Fun Unit 9 is here, and it's all about SHAPES! This hands-on, engaging and FUN unit will get kids excited about basic shapes! Not

Katie Donaghy

Practice estimation for Kindergarten using goldfish crackers! Simply print this FUN, free printable math activity.

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Kindergarten students will enjoy these INSTANT Tubs N Trays activities. These activities can be used for fine motor work and centers.

Shannon Ives

Are you working on addition and subtraction? You are going to love this FREE No Prep Math Mat. You just print, laminate and teach. Students can grab some manipultives and put some on the left and some on the right. Then thye can add it up. This FREE Math Center can be found at myfabulousclass.com

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