Once a child has started mastering basic number and quantity recognition, basic math operations can be introduced. And there is no better place to start than with basic addition. Students need tons of hands-on practice to MASTER this skill! With 19 math centers and 64 NO PREP Pages, students will have ample opportunities to make addition become concrete! Best of all, this packet is PACKED with FUN games that make kids WANT to learn math!

**Kindergarten Math Made Fun Curriculum**

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Unit 4 (Comparing Numbers 1-10)

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## Let’s Look at the Math Centers for Unit 5 in action…

## CENTER 1: Number Dots

Flip over 2 cards. Count the dots and write an addition sentence.

## CENTER 2: Addition Up to 10

These cards can be used in multiple ways. You can use them as simple flash cards where students can wipe on and off with a dry erase marker. Or, just add manipulatives for a fun, interactive math center. Flip a card and use manipulatives to solve the addition problem.

## CENTER 3: Make 10 With…

Count the dots on the ten frame. Count how many more dots are needed to get to 10.

## CENTER 4: Spin, Add and Cover

Spin both spinners. Add the numbers and cover a matching number on the board. This center has 3 gamboards for up to 5, up to 8 and up to 10.

## CENTER 5: Count and Add

Use manipulatives to count out the numbers. Add them together and finish the addition sentence.

## CENTER 6: Roll, Add and Cover

Roll a die. Solve an addition problem in the row of the number you rolled. Record your answer on the recording sheet. This math center also has 2 game boards for students to play: Addition up to 5 and addition up to 10.

## CENTER 7: Flip and Cover

Two players take turns flipping an addition card, adding the numbers and covering the answer on the game board. The first person to have 4 in a row wins.

## CENTER 8: Fill Your Board

Players take turns flipping an addition card, adding the numbers and covering the answer on their game board. The first person to cover all their numbers wins.

## CENTER 9: Circle the Sums

Circle the numbers that add up to the given sum. Color a star for each set you find. Write the number sentences.

## CENTER 10: Bubble Gum Sums

Add the numbers on the gum balls and sort to the gum ball machine with the correct sum.

## CENTER 11: Let’s Make Ten

Count the dots on each ten frame. Count how many more dots are needed to get to 10. Then write an addition sentence.

## CENTER 12: Count and Clip to Ten

Count the dots on the ten frame. Count how many more dots are needed to get to 10. Put a clip on the correct number and complete the addition sentence.

## CENTER 13: Addition Number Bonds

Look at the numbers on the number bonds. Fill in the missing addend.

## CENTER 14: Addition Puzzles

Count the items on the puzzle pieces and find the matching numbers.

## CENTER 15: Fill it, Spill it, Add it

Place 5 or 10 two-sided counters in a cup. Pour the counters out and show the values in the five or ten frame. Write an equation to match.

## CENTER 16: Feed Me- True or False

Flip a card. Decide if the equation is true or false and feed the correct trash can.

## CENTER 17: I Spy Addition Facts

Using a magnifying glass, find the addition facts in the picture. Solve the problems and record.

## CENTER 18: Addition Popsicles

Match up the addition problems with the correct answer. Record your answers.

## CENTER 19: Story Problems

Read the story. Draw it in the box, show the amounts in the ten frame, write the equation, and show your work on the number line.

## THERE ARE 64 NO PREP PRACTICE PAGES INCLUDED IN UNIT 5

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know EXACTLY what you are covering! You can feel confident that ALL the standards for Kindergarten are being covered!

## HOW DO I ORGANIZE THE UNITS?

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

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Kristen says

Do you have a first grade math program?.

amoffatt says

Hi Kristen!

As soon as I am finished with the Kindergarten Curriculum, I will start on the 1st Grade next! So stay tuned! 🙂

Kindly,

Annie

Jakki says

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