February is quickly approaching so I thought I’d round up my favorite February Kindergarten Math Activities
This month we’re adding in some hearts and emojis! Make sure you check out the link to the free emoji ten frame cards at the end of the post!
These counting mats are a fun way to practice numbers for the students that still need a bit of help. The students will help gather the correct number of hearts. They can then practice writing the number. Laminate the pages so they can be reused over and over with a dry erase marker.
We use heart table scatter found at Dollar Tree or colored puff balls from the craft section. For the smaller cards, we use our mini erasers.
These addition mats are a fun hands-on way to practice addition. The students will use candy hearts to make the addition problem and find the sum. They can then practice writing the number. Laminate the pages so they can be reused over and over with a dry erase marker.
We use candy hearts or colored puff balls from the craft section, Mini erasers would be a great option here too.
We’re moving into our ten frames and these heart making ten task cards are perfect for that!
These task cards are easy for the students to use and will help them with number recognition, basic addition and counting on. Using the ten frames will reinforce the students’ understanding of these concepts.
These Kindergarten Math Journals are a great way to transition into your math lesson or to use for morning work. It includes 20 pages of fun and engaging activities for kindergarteners to help build a foundation of numbers, addition to 10, number pairs, graphing, what comes next, patterns, using a ten frame to make ten and number bonds.
A few of your students may be ready for these but maybe not yet, but they’re too cute not to mention. These task cards are easy for the students to use and will help them build their understanding of the part-part-whole concept, number recognition, and basic addition.
These FREE emoji ten frame cards are a great way for the students to practice counting on, one to one correspondence, and even decomposing numbers. Hop over to this post to get some more ideas for the emoji mini erasers and grab a free math printable from SimplyKinder while you’re there too!
I hope you’re able to incorporate some fun activities into your math this month!
See you next time!