Number Sense Games and Centers Minipack

Grade Levels
K - 2nd
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26 pages
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Four engaging and hands on games that will get your students excited about number sense! These games were created for my first graders who just didn't seem to get excited about math tubs or math centers. There are four different games that are included in this bundle to motivate reluctant learners and encourage students to work together and participate.

Games Included:

  • Hundreds Chart Puzzles- **Tip** print on different colored cardstock to make the puzzle pieces easier to find for lower groups and print all on the same color for higher learners.
  • Model, Tally and Build! - Who doesn't love making numbers from play-doh? My kiddos LOVE it! I added in tallies and counting blocks to build a tower to make this center stretch their brains. Numbers 1-20 are included.
  • Bump - I am one competitive teacher and the students love playing a good game of Bump against me. I hardly ever win, but love that they are practicing representing numbers and counting without even realizing it! There are 8 different Bump games included in this set. Game boards focus on identifying numbers, tallies, dots, counting fingers and more!
  • Spin and Cover - It's back! Just like the spin and cover games that are included in my addition and multiplication packs, this game is just as popular with younger kiddos too! Spin a number and find it on your board. Cover it with a chip or mini eraser. The first person with a full card wins!

These activities can be tossed into math bins all year long to review and remind students of their number sense skills!

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26 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.


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