Place value game where students roll the dice to make the base 10 block numbers then write how many tens, ones, and the number. Relates to the standard of place value and where each number belongs within a large number.

This Fall Math and Literacy Packet has it all and requires NO PREP! The resources in this packet are designed to meet Common Core Standards for Grade. This packet will make learning FUN, hands-on, and interactive with a fall theme!

Parts of a Graph Chart. Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.

Miss Giraffe's Class: Graphing and Data Analysis in First Grade - Types of Graph Poster with visuals for tally charts bar graphs picture graphs (pictographs) and pie charts

Place value die. a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers. hundreds, one thousands, ten thousands etc. Students can also build numbers with bean sticks or unifix cubes if they're not ready for base 10 blocks

Smash playdough is an activity that helps children understand the concept of subtraction using a material. This is a fun activity that the children would love! The use of the concrete material helps visual learners and tactile learners.

Use tactile dice and a Perkins Brailler for recording the numbers! Counting on from any number math stations where students roll the dice to figure out the number and then count forward (Building Number Sense in First Grade)

This can help students with 10 frames Using cotton swabs to paint ten frames and twenty frames and SO MANY MORE GREAT IDEAS on how to build number sense in First Grade and Kindergarten with a lot of pictures! Must read!