## Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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Cute little frogs make this addition games a  cool math games for Kindergarten and 1st graders to practice addition.

This is such a fun, hands on way for kids to practice addition!

My goal is to make learning FUN! And kids need a LOT of practice with addition and subtraction to gain math fluency. This activity is great for Kindergarten and 1st graders to get practice without appearing tedious.

### More Addition & Subtraction Activities for Kids

As I prepared for our farm week, I made some new printables to teach with our new theme. I created this Frog Addition Game to help my kids practice adding numbers 0-20 in a fun, playful. way.

Assemble:
• Print file in color, preferably on cardstock or laminate for durability.
• Cut out the frogs & lily pads

Directions:
1. Have your child add up the numbers on the frog (you can use manipulatives such as pom poms, rocks, abacus, etc. to help).
2. Put The frog on the correct lily pad (1-20).
3. There will be multiple frogs per lily pad.

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1. This is such perfect timing! We are doing the letter "F" next week and this will go so well. Thank you so much for sharing! Love the lily pad idea!

2. Awesome idea- I just pinned it on Pinterest! My little man has to learn math in Kindergarten- crazy. What ever happened to naps? Thank you for sharing this with us on The Sunday Showcase

3. Thanks! So glad others can use this activity too. I thought it was pretty cute & my Kindergartner lOVED it!