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Addition Activities & Printables (KLP Linky Party)

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The kiddos have been working hard this year to learn their math facts.  This hasn't meant the process has been as fun as it could be.  In fact, I think I dread reviewing math fact flash cards each day as much as they do.  Sure, I make cute math fact printables for a lot of our units, but the truth is, the kiddos haven't touched them in a while.  When they do, it's to play with the manipulatives more than to actually complete the activity.  Dinomite doesn't even need counters anymore, so everything seems like boring review to him.  It's time to liven things up a bit.  I decided to do some research this week, and thought I'd share my top 10 favorite ideas, as well as sharing a couple successes of my own.   Enjoy!

Fact Family Neighborhood by School Time Snippets

Scratch Off Math Cards from Left Brain Craft Brain

Counting & Addition Activity Tray from The Imagination Tree

Lollipop Math Activities from Fantastic Fun and Learning

Addition Cups from Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten

Dominos Addition with Dot Markers from I Can Teach My Child

Addition Snake Game from To the Lesson!

Math Fact House Printable from 3 Dinosaurs

Flag Addition from Every Star Is Different

Addition Wheel w/ Clothespins from Every Star Is Different

If you have some fabulous addition activities and printables, please feel free to link them up below!

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  1. Another great post! Thanks for bringing all of these ideas together. And thank you for including my Addition Snake game post and picture.

  2. This is an awesome collection of hands-on learning math activities! Thank you for linking up at "A Little Bird Told Me" Wednesday link party! You have been featured on Mama's Happy Hive blog. :)