FREE Kindergarten / First Grade Math Games
- Addition Mini Book (Adding 0-12)
- Apple Number Bonds Activity
- Candy Corn Number Puzzles
- Christmas Solve & Stamp (Addition & Subtraction)
- Deck of Cards: Subtraction
- Doggy Addition File Folder Game
- Even/Odd Snowball Games
- Grocery Task Cards Money Practice
- Gumball Math: Addition & Subtraction
- Hungry Caterpillars Money Games
- Ice Cream Place Value Activity
- Kindergarten Number Practice 1-20
- Mazes: Skip Counting by 2s-10s
- Money Mini Book
- Skip Counting Posters (2s-10s)
- Telling Time Puzzles
- Tic-Tac-Toe Math Game
For the children that need to be active to learn, this number line run, gross motor flower number line or Nature number scavenger hunt will be a hit.
Plant a number line, an easy to setup activity and also good for fine motor skills. So is this clothes line numbers and DIY number line that use pegs!
A game of number line smash with paper bags looks like a super fun activity too.
Use loose parts to make a number line or let a toy grasshopper jump the numbers!
Games are a great way to practice some skills, like this dice game or pumpkin number line game. Or get the whole family involved with a hilarious number line game for the whole family.
This number line slider bag idea is close to genius! A frugal, but effective way to use a slider bag with counting AND it is reusable too!
Add some craft sticks to a toilet paper roll number line for practicing counting for little ones.
This butterflies and flowers activity looks like a fun game and have the kids participate in a human number line as a hands(or rather body) on way to practice numbers!
This story about the naughty numbers are fantastic to explain where numbers go in a line and which way it faces.
Lastly, here are a few free printables you can use when working on number line skills: Interactive number line printable, bookmark slider, number lines with frames and more number line templates.
Have fun with all these number line activities!
Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at Teach Me Mommy about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher. Follow along on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.