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# Math Centers

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Mess For Less: Halloween Math: Candy Corn Counting.... Need to work on teens, this would be motivation

Snag this addition freebie! "Build it" cards have students practicing addition within 20 and showing their answers.

This is a fun partner game to practice counting and representing objects. Partner 1 spins a number and collects that number of cubes. Then, Partner 2 spins a number and collects that number of cubes. This continues until time is called. When a minute is up, each partner counts how many cubes they collected by making groups of tens with the cubes.

Speedy Fast Facts ... roll a die; read the facts and say the answer as fast as you can. If playing with a partner, the one to say the column correctly first wins.

"One More" Activity; Students roll dice and add 1 more to cover up the sum....

I love how these math centers are set up (such a good idea!): Differentiated Math Stations . . . and a Freebie

Fabulous idea from Teacher Tipster on working with patterns on a 100 board.

tens and ones math center. :}

Math Daily 5: Number Puzzle

FREEBIE! Place Value

Classroom Freebies Too: Making Fact Families Fun

Unifix Cube Patterns...nice addition to your centers if you don't have any...simply print and laminate! You have to scroll down a little to find it :-)

Have the students pick a number. Count that number of sticks. Make a design and recreate it with the same color markers on paper. Counting, geometry/shapes, art

lots of center ideas-aligned to common core

Flip TEN-Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. Great for the start of the year in 3rd grade.