Dr. Seuss Skip Counting Worksheets

I am a huge advocate of skip counting in order for students to master multiplication and division. The beauty of skip counting is that it can be taught in the early elementary years. Younger ones tend to memorize quicker than older students.  Skip counting is often called counting by 2s or by 5s or by 10s or by 100s. Skip counting really helps with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It is also used a lot for counting everyday things – {Read More}

FREE Fall Worksheet Packet for Preschool-First Grade

Fall is here! The children are thinking about what they want to be for Halloween and enjoying all the fall harvest decorations in their surroundings.   I remember getting so excited about this time of year as a child.  I created this Free Fall Worksheet Packet for Preschool – First Grade to keep the excitement of fall in our little students minds.  This Free Fall Worksheet Packet for Preschool – First Grade has a total of 4 pages to master addition {Read More}

Quick Math Worksheets

Quick math worksheets are the perfect solution for teaching students about place value. I remember when my oldest son had a lot of trouble with this concept. He just couldn’t grasp the concept in his head. He would end up with the correct answer, but had to actually work out the problem on paper instead of answering the problem instantly in his head. I grew up doing fine in math, but I really didn’t have an understanding of the subject. {Read More}

FREE Count the Fish Counting Cards!

I fell in love with this fun fish clipart, so I decided to create some cute counting cards for PreK and K. They are perfect for math stations for either the classroom or a homeschool setting.    You can either cut them out and laminate the counting cards or simply use them as worksheets.  Take a peek! Be sure to check out our other counting cards. BBQ Counting Cards, Cowboy Counting Cards, and Monster Counting Cards.  I created these printables for my email subscribers. {Read More}

FREE Math Station for Kindergarten – What number are you on?

I’m a big advocate of math centers or math stations for the classroom and at home. It’s an engaging activity to keep students busy learning with concepts that have been previously taught while the teacher works in small groups or one to one instruction. Everybody wins. I created this simple math station for kindergarten students, but found that it benefits first graders,too.  Take a Peek Print one copy of the questions. I recommend printing several of the number lines if {Read More}