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Math center rotations

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Math center rotations. Get inspired and try out new things.
These FREE starry count and cover mats are an engaging counting activity for Kindergarten. They are perfect for math centers, early finishers, or homeschool! #math #centers #mathfreebies

These FREE starry count and cover mats are an engaging counting activity for Kindergarten. They are perfect for math centers, early finishers, or homeschool!

Organize you Math Centers with a rolling Cart

Do you incorporate Math rotations into your teaching? I know it can be overwhelming, especially if you are a new teacher. Time can be a huge struggle. Time to prep the centers and time to teach. I have three tips for you to save time. I also have a some bonus tips for Social Distancing ... Read More about Time Saving Tips For Math Centers

Part 3: Schedules for Math Centers

Math workshop is my favorite way to teach math. But you might be wondering how to organize your math centers schedules. Here are some tips

Decomposing numbers between 5 and 10 using hands-on, engaging games and activities. Students will practice decomposing a number in more than 1 way, finding the number that makes 10 and solve word problems.

Here are some engaging math center activities to get your students decomposing numbers in more than 1 way by drawing a picture and using objects.

Keep Calm and Teach On: What Worked.... and What Didn't

Description Math Rotations: Math Teaching Strategy Math Rotations is a teaching strategy in which every lesson is taught in a small group. There is no better way to differentiate your lessons! Download the preview for more description! ***************************************************************************** Common Core Standards: 3.MD.3 Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one- and two- step “how many more” and “how…

1st Grade Grapevine: An Organized Plan for Math Activities

Do you need an organized plan for your Math activities? There was a time when I just sent students to math centers after they completed the assigned math application for the day's lesson. I spent so much time replacing center materials, but thought there had to be a better way! I had other resources that I rarely used and then one day I read the book Math Work Stations by Debbie Miller. It changed the way I thought about this time! Now "centers" is just one activity in my daily Math Work…

These easy math centers make great math games for first grade and kindergarten students. They are low prep, address first grade math concepts, and are a great addition to kindergarten math center rotations, or first grade math stations. #mathcenters #kindergartenmath #firstgrademath

Ever wish you could find the perfect math centers? Games that didn't use up all your ink, saved you oodles of time, and are EASY to organize? Well, you're in

Math - 3rd Grade Thoughts

If you know me, you know I am in loooove with Daily 5! Ever since incorporating it into my classroom last year, I have loved seeing the variety of skills and strategies my students are working on each and every day. I also love that the segments are short, so we all stay motivated and the energy for learning stays high. I have been wanting to redo how I teach math for a while. As a student, I truly adore mathematics, but as a teacher, I was getting bored. Our district was looking into…