# Math centers

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STEM - Students partner up and have to build the longest chain they can with only one piece of construction paper. This would be great for a measurement activity or a cooperative learning/team building activity.

CHEEZ-IT Area & Perimeter: "What a great way to introduce the concept of area and perimeter to kids! Start out creating squares and rectangles and find the area, perimeter. Then, have kids construct irregular polygons.

These math tri-folds are perfect for you to use during your guided math groups, math assessments, or homework. Three tri-folds per standard give you plenty

Place Value Yahtzee- Use when teaching beginnings of Value Placement.

Addition within 100 with and without regrouping. Practice sheets with a variety of strategies: number bonds, place value charts, base ten blocks, open number line. Second grade Common Core Standard

A great set of anchor charts to support students in understanding bar modeling.

Beat the teacher - place value game

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Great for teaching bar modeling. Posters for the room, steps for students to use and examples. (I have these in my classroom, and it really helped by third graders)

CGI: A fun model drawing worksheet from Ms. Great for CCSS Approach to Mathematical Relationships.

area + perimeter door - I like this idea. I might not do it on the door, though. Maybe post it on a window or create a poster.

Great explanation for students on how bar models help solve word problems.

Beat the Teacher - A Place Value Game. All you need is one deck of cards and paper for the students. Can modify for any grade. Decimal Place Value

Whole Body Math Learning: Stomp It! Place Value Game from Creekside Learning. allows students to fully understand place value concepts.

Math: Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser.

lego area & perimeter--This would be a fun way to get the students involved in math to learn about area and/or perimeter. All you would need is some legos and graph paper.

I just bought these dice! what a fun game to teach with. Dice multiplication Real Estate Game--Roll the dice and find the area. The winner has the most real estate area on the graph paper.