# K's Classroom Kreations

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Looking for a fun way to practice tens and ones? This bingo game is a great way to review place value skills up to 120. Numbers are called out in expanded form or by sharing the number of tens and ones (sometimes reversed to share ones then tens).
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Hungry for place value practice? First graders will love learning about tens and ones with this pizza themed math center and craftivity set! For added fun consider storing pieces in a pizza box. Includes: - Place Value Pizza Center (color)- Match
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Practice skip counting by 10's starting at any number less than 120 with this fun ice cream themed math center. Fill in each set of numbers with the matching scoop of ice cream. This center helps students mentally find ten more/ten less than a
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Practice solving addition and subtraction story problems with unknowns in all positions (up to 20) by using this safari themed set. These problems work well for a math station, whole group review, or even homework. I have also used these during an
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Looking for a fun way to practice number recognition, counting, or sequencing numbers to 120 with your Kindergarten or first grade students? This fun popcorn themed math center helps students learn to count while having a blast. Fill in each set of
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Practice adding 3 or more numbers with this fun BBQ themed math center. Students work to build "burgers" by adding numbered food items (lettuce, cheese, burger, tomato, buns, and pickles) together. After building burgers, they record combinations
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This winter themed BINGO game allows students to mentally determine ten less or ten more than each number called out. This game is perfect for whole group or small group instruction. Simply call out a number and have students use counters or fun
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Are you and your students dreaming of the beach? Practice solving basic addition and subtraction story problems to 20 by using these ocean themed cards. Unknowns are included in all positions. These math task cards work well in stations or guided
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Enjoy this pirate themed math center, perfect for primary grades. Each word problem uses addition or subtraction to 20 (unknowns in various positions). Materials come in both color and blackline versions. For added fun, create a "treasure hunt"
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Looking for a fun way to practice tens and ones? This bingo game is a great way to review place value skills up to 120. Numbers are called out in expanded form or by sharing the number of tens and ones (sometimes reversed to share ones then tens).
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Kindergarten and first grade students can practice their counting skills while dreaming of the beach! Sequence the shells by ordering numbers from least to greatest (or greatest to least) with this fun ocean themed math center activity. For added
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Practice solving basic addition and subtraction story problems to 20 by using these winter themed cards. Unknowns are included in all positions. These task cards work well in math stations or guided math groups. QR Code cards are also included for
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27 ratings
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Are you looking for a fun way to practice solving basic addition and subtraction story problems? This fall themed activity uses word problems up to 10. These task cards work well in math stations or guided math groups. QR Code cards are also
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22 ratings
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Are you looking for a fun Halloween math center for your first or second graders? Practice solving basic addition and subtraction word problems to 20 by using these Halloween themed cards. These task cards work well in math stations or guided math
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Looking for a fun way to practice tens and ones during the Easter season? This bingo game is a great way to review place value skills up to 120. Numbers are called out in expanded form or by sharing the number of tens and ones (sometimes reversed to
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Practice adding 3 or more numbers with this fun math center. Students work to build "sandwiches" by adding numbered food items (lettuce, cheese, ham, tomato, bread) together. After building sandwiches, they record combinations and add.
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Practice solving basic addition and subtraction story problems to 20 by using these camping themed cards. Unknowns are included in all positions. These task cards work well in math stations or guided math groups. QR Code cards are also included for
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Practice number sense skills by sequencing numbers to 120 with this fun puppy themed math center. Match each dog to his house by filling in the missing number. This center can be easily differentiated for students working with numbers up to 50
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Sweeten up your first grade math centers with these Valentine themed task cards. Practice solving basic addition and subtraction story problems to 20, with unknowns in all positions. These word problem cards work well in math stations or guided
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Practice determining if equations are equal (true) or unequal (false) with this beach inspired math center. Students will help each baby turtle find her mom by sorting equations (turtle cards). Additional ideas for whole group and independent
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have spent the last 10 years in 1st grade and truly feel like it is the best grade ever! I have also helped to develop county curriculum and enjoy connecting with other teachers through professional development presentations (and of course social media).

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that sometimes kids just need to be kids and by making learning fun (while also meeting the standards), it's a win win situation! I love creating activities that combine purposeful play with a little bit of simple/inexpensive creativity in order to help all of my students learn. I seem to be a magnet for the kids who need more than just academic support and have a special place in my heart for students with special needs. I believe in the power of choice, flexible seating, and building a child's confidence to help them learn and grow. I am also a proud children's book hoarder, colorful pen collector, and organizing queen!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Model Classroom, Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's Degree in Elementary and Special Education, Masters in Education, Certified Reading Specialist

To see my classroom ideas and resources in action, be sure to check out my website: www.ksclassroomkreations.com For more first grade ideas you can follow me on: Instagram @ksclassroomkreations ....... Facebook @ K's Classroom Kreations ..... Pinterest @kskreations22 (K's Classroom Kreations)

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