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## Flexibility with Place Value

Just a quick post about place value and how important it is for students to be able to decompose numbers by place value in different ways. Here’s what I mean. Typically, we think of 34 as 3 tens and 4 ones. That’s certainly true, but it can also be...

A sweet friend recently reminded me of an activity I created and shared a number of years ago, and I decided to dust it off and extend it! I love activities that are flexible and repeatable, unlike worksheets that are pretty much one-and-done. These flexible number...

## New Digital Math Games!

The other day, I posted a picture on Facebook and Instagram of something I was working on, and I was blown away by the response! Yes, I am working to digitize my resources. This is not only in response to the increased need for resources to support remote learning in...

## Making Ten Back and Forth Game

Ten has a special place in our number system, so it is critical that children know all the combinations for making ten. A quick look at where this skill goes in first and second grade helps emphasize the importance of mastering this critical skill by the end of...

## Kindergarten Essentials: Combinations for Numbers Through 10

What does Kindergarten math look like? What are the essential skills that every Kindergarten student should master prior to Grade 1? Believe it or not, fact fluency starts in Kindergarten! Now, before you whip out those flashcards (the way many of us learned our...