In most of the packs you will find Math Pages that have, Addition, Subtraction, Counting, Greater Than/Less Than. They come with numbers, items to count in each of the packs. The Hands On Math pages are basic Math Pages that don’t go with a theme that can be used at any time. Here is just one of the ways we use the Math Pages.

What you need: Small Addition Cards, Hands on Addition Page, Bin, Favorite Findings 3-1/2-Ounce Big Bag of Buttons, Numbers, and random buttons.

I put small addition cards in the buttons. Rose pulls out a card and does the addition on the card on the Math Addition Page.

She finds the right numbers for the card.

Then she puts the buttons in the correct spot.

As Rose complete the each of the small cards, she makes a pile to the side.

When the activity is over I review the cards that she pulled out in flash card drills. This is a fun way to make the activity an independent study of math and a sensory bin activity at the same time.

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

Thank you so much for sharing this. I am going to be downloading and using I have a 5 yr old and he would love this.

Cheers from England!

Nicole

You are welcome! I’m glad that you can use it.

I love your math printables and, more importantly, so do does my kindergarten sidekick! Thanks for making them.

I’m glad you side kick loves them! They are fun to use!

I love teaching math hand on! What a fun activity!

I love doing these and we keep doing them and having fun with them.

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