Winnie Rosengaard

Winnie Rosengaard

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Spin, Solve and Color- Practicing Multiplication Facts with a fun math game!

Mastering multiplication facts is such an important skill for grade students. As a former grade teacher, I fully understand how crippling it can b

Give kids the practice they need telling time with these fun, FREE printable telling time puzzles for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd

Give kids the practice they need telling time with these fun, free printable telling time puzzles for kindergarten, grade, grade, and grade students.

Multiplication Search- Solve the multiplication problem and find the equation in the search.  Such a fun way to practice multiplication facts!

Are you looking for ways to make multiplication fun for your students? Turn math into a game and have your students multiply with the Multiplication Search NO PREP Packet!

Learning 10 Frames through I Have Who Has card game

Learning 10 Frames through I Have Who Has card game

This adorable set of printable multiplication games is so easy to use-just print and play! And I love that there are different versions to help kids focus on specific multiplication skills!

This adorable set of printable multiplication games is so easy to use-just print and pla. And I love that there are different versions to help kids focus on specific multiplication skills!

Awesome addition to 20 word problems! Perfect to use as a math center, small group or partner activity in kindergarten or 1st grade.

Practice addition word problems with these cute task cards! Use these addition to 20 word problem cards as a math center, brain break or small group activity with kindergarten and first grade kids!

First Grade Common Core - Two Digit Addition with/without regrouping.Students roll two dice to create their own addition problems. Can be used...

Center - OR, cut & give 2 blocks per student & use as a exit slip. First Grade Common Core - Two Digit Addition with/without regrouping.Students roll two dice to create their own addition problems.