math blog posts

Monster Counting {free download}

Learning to count is extra fun with googly eyes are involved! These adorable monsters are in need of some eyes! Have your kiddos pick a card, look at the number on the corner, and add that many eyes to the monster's face. These googly eyes are extra fun since they...

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Free Shape Poems

Throughout the first week of school, our focus during math is introducing 2D shapes. I made some fun posters to help my students remember the names and properties of each shape {and they referred to them all year long!}   {clip art from Love Two Teach...

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Math Story Problems {addition and subtraction to 10}

I love teaching math and story problems are no exception! But story problems sure can be tricky! Especially with all those words 😉 When I'm teaching my students how to solve story problems, we talk about all the important parts of each problem. We circle the numbers...

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Kindergarten Morning Work

I am so excited about this morning work, it has been on my to-do list for almost a year and now it's to-done!!! I have had a need for something my kinders can do successfully and independently in the morning, that is meaningful and helpful to their learning. I also...

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Let’s Play and Learn!

Do you use play doh in your classroom? I have never used it before this year. I always had intentions to use it, it just never happened! And my three year old pack of play doh is living proof! I stashed it behind the whiteboard closet for safe keeping, and even though...

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November Games and Centers

My class has been doing *such* a good job with their center work! They are all working so hard and need less and less reminders to stop rolling around on the carpet stay on task while they're working! I looked around my classroom the other day while they were all...

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Fall Fun!

Earlier this week I added a few more Print and Go Printables to my Fall pack! I realized when I put them together that I didn't add ANY scarecrows or Thanksgiving themed pages. What was I thinking?! So now it has 10 new pages 🙂 You can find all these printables and...

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Argh Spider! {a mini unit}

One of my favorite stories to read in October is Aaaaarrgghh Spider! by Lydia Monks. It is such a cute story and my students really get a kick out of it! If you haven't read this story yet, it's about a spider that decides he wants to be a pet spider. He shows a...

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Halloween & October Games and Centers

I love Halloween! It is absolutely my most favorite holiday ever! My kiddos last year really enjoyed these centers! I've added 4 centers to my unit to incorporate more skills so if you already own these centers, you can go back and download the updates for free! I've...

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Fall Math and Literacy Centers

I sure love summer time, but I am excited for fall to arrive! It's such a fun season with back to school, sweater/boot combinations and pumpkin spice lattes! Ooh, I'm getting excited just thinking about it! So naturally, I had a really good time putting together my...

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Hi, I'm Hadar!

If you are looking for hands-on, engaging kindergarten activities, you came to the right place!





  • Kindergarten Counting Activity with Dominoes. So fun!
  • Add some fun spring story problems to your repertoire of activities this year! Students can practice their addition and subtraction with these cute worksheets!
  • Need first-grade morning work for May! These activities can easily be filed away in your morning work binder or files or collated into a fun packet full of reading, writing, and math skills! #morningwork #ideas
  • These sight word sentence scramble worksheets are great practice for struggling readers and can be used as activities at home also! Use the printables in your kindergarten centers to reinforce the sight words you are teaching! #fun #kinderscan
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