# Addition Activities and Centers for Pre-K & Kindergarten

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Addition in a Pre-K and Kindergarten classroom is filled with manipulatives and hands-on learning as we help our students understand the concept of what addition is. That’s why this pack of Addition Activities and Centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten is perfect for your classroom. These activities are engaging for your students and low-prep for you!

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After building strong number sense, the next skill Pre-K and Kindergarten kiddos work on is addition.

Having a strong addition foundation is extremely important! Math fact fluency affects student performance in other math skills later in their education. If children don’t know basic math facts, it is hard for them to learn more complex skills.

That’s why I love that my students get so excited to practice their math facts with these addition activities.

### What’s Included?

This resource includes over 170 pages of activities to help your Pre-K and Kindergarten students with addition (sums to 5 and 10). They are NOT themed to any specific holiday or month, so you can use them any time of the year!

Check out a few of the activities in this resource pack below…

### Cupcake Sprinkle Sums

This Cupcake Sprinkle Sums activity will have your kids begging to practice addition.

Students get to add “sprinkles” to cupcakes in this fun and simple addition game. They roll the dice and build the addition sentence on the cupcake frosting by drawing sprinkles, then record their equations.

Print and laminate the recording sheets for sturdiness, and use them for years to come! Give your students dry erase markers to draw on their sprinkles and write their equations.

### Domino Hunt

My students love this Domino Hunt addition game, and it couldn’t be easier to prep for your centers or small groups. Simply print out the domino sorting mats (I like to laminate them) and have students sort dominoes by their sum!

You can play this a couple of different ways. Students can hunt for a specific domino sum (ie. look for all the dominoes that add to equal 5) or you can line up the sorting mats for different sums and have students sort all of the dominoes onto the correct mat.

Don’t have dominoes? Don’t worry! I have included a printable dominoes sheet with this activity.

### Stack It!

Stack It! is a fun and low-prep addition activity. Kiddos will use unifix cubes and build the number sentences on the Stack It! mat to solve.

There are two levels of play included. Students can build sums to 5 or 10, so differentiation is a breeze!

### Even More Activities!

These are just a few of the activities included. But there’s more! Take a peek at the rest of the activities in this amazing pack of resources:

• Teddy Bear Addition (sums to 10)
• Puppy Paws Addition (sums to 5)
• Black and white copies of every activity!

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