• Clutter-Free Classroom: MATH WORKSHOP BOARD {Classroom 360} Group Rotation board!

• math workshop organization board good rationale for using math centers while still meeting the needs of the curriculum.

• This board is now also available in my comprehensive new product: Guide to Organizing & Managing Math Workshop with Guided Math {eBook/Printables}165 Pages of Information and ResourcesWhile I stand behind all of my products, I seriously can not imagine my classroom without this math rotation board.

• Math Workshop Rotation Board: For Guided Math

• Guided math ideas. This is my dream math class!

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Fun way to practice place value. It would be easy to differentiate by changing the number of digits.

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Oh my gosh this is amazing. Math games for each month!!!!! The only thing the kids need are their set of cards. This is amazing. Ahh-Mazing! I need to do this.

I wonder if I could get my hands on an old overhead projector cart... that way I can wheel math centers in and out everyday!

toothpickmath1...use number cards as it's a Number Order activity. The kids draw a card and then make 5 different designs using toothpicks. For each of their designs, the kids have to make a corresponding number sentence. Have them use a piece of plain white paper to draw their designs and record their number sentences.

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Love this math station I spotted in 5th grade recently. Students use playing cards to find range, median, and mode. Fun and simple activity! Playing cards fanned out in a holder are used to determine range, median, and mode. Have a game similar to this with playing cards.

math center @Andrea Henne i like this for maybe the beginning of the year as we are reviewing numbers?

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