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Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I'm teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven't yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give... #math #mathcenters #mathgames

Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever

Great idea! Your pass the bucket around and they have to tell the coin they have, if they don't know it, they have to put it back in. If someone draws the bankrupt stick, all the sticks go back in the cup.

TEACHING THE KIDS -"i like money" game - for teaching coin recognition. glue plastic coins to popsicle sticks. students pull out stick + if they name coin, they can keep it. if they pull out a "bankrupt" stick, all sticks go back in the can!

Tons of print and play phonics games for the primary classroom! These partner games are all black and white and allow students to practice short vowels, long vowels, digraphs, and blends!

Print & Play Phonics Games

Tons of print and play phonics games for the primary classroom! These partner games are all black and white and allow students to practice short vowels, long vowels, digraphs, and blends!

Low Prep Kindergarten Math Centers: Hands-on activities to teach all common core standards for math in fun ways! Plus, helpful tips to organize your classroom!

Kindergarten Math Curriculum: Shapes

One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem.  You can also do it with sight words or anything else!

Quick Math: One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. This could be adapted for a lot of math concepts. Play on dry erase boards.

Laminate and have students use dry erase marker to write time on digital and analog clocks. Hold up for quick check. FREE!

Laminate and have students use dry erase marker to write time on digital and analog clocks. Hold up for quick check! I LOVE these Clock Paddles!

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