Math Station Printables Bundle for Kindergarten and First Graders


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This is a fun one!  We really enjoyed this.  The Math Station Printables Bundle is a bit of a misnomer.  While it has great review of important math concepts, it also has activities that reinforce pivotal phonics concepts as well.

In this bundle, your child will use dice, dominoes and a dauber (dot paint thingy) to work their way through addition, subtraction, graphing, counting, phonics and more!  It works really well as a tool to reinforce learning – and offers fun games and great activities!

The Math Station Printables Bundle is an easy, fast, and affordable download from the Educents website.  All of the worksheets are in black and white, something I very much appreciate and like, as it saves me a lot of money in colored ink.  Only the title pages and separator pages are in color – which I opted not to print out.  I really appreciated that the worksheets where customizable There is a lot of repeat in activities, so you can use one page – and if your child, you can give additional pages for practice – or move on.

I liked the station aspect of it.  We use Saxon Math, which is extremely affective for my kids, but can get kind of boring with the worksheets and such.  I love that we could enjoy this bundle and get the chance to use dice, the dauber (dot paint stick) and dominoes.  I think my daughters favorite is the dauber.  If we had multiple colors, I think she would have had a lot of fun making pretty pictures.  Unfortunately, she left the cover off most of her daubers, so we only had one color.  But, with multiple colors, your kids could get very creative!



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  1. Great post, Lisa!

    My little girl, Miss K, would love these! She just turned 4 and can already count to 100, county by 2s in even and odd, count by 5s and 10s. She can do addition and subtraction and has a 1st grade reading level. She has been reading since right after she turned 3. While I have spent time with her, she also plays a lot of educational games online and only watches educational TV shows (probably too much). I was telling her pediatrician about her skills and he thought I was crazy (like one of those “my kid is the best at everything” kind of moms). So, he sat her up on his lap when she was 3, almost 4, and she read a 1st grade reading level book to him, with big words like adventure, hippopotamus, slither, and other big words and when he realized that she was reading, and even sounding out some of the bigger words, he was amazed. I mention all of this because it is NEVER too early to start working with our children. :)I will be checking out these printables for her as I know she will love them.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I will have to check this out. My daughter is in first grade and she loves to use the daubers for some of her work.
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  3. These look fun! I like all of the hands on ways that they can learn math because yeah, just working in a math book and memorizing facts can get pretty boring. Awesome they printed in black and white too! We homeschooling moms need all the help we can get when it comes to saving money on printer ink!
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  4. What a great idea! Have to admit I do love printables, so easy to use at home especially on a rainy day… and in the holidays. Sim x
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