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  • Kathy Engelman

    Dice in Dice Addition & Subtraction game

  • Anita Vanous

    Addition and subtraction games to use with double dice or big double dice

  • Julie Downing

    Great Dice games for the classroom. I printed a bunch to use. The kids are going to love them. Kidscount1234.com - Shari Sloane - Educational Consultant

  • Nicole L

    Kidscount1234.com - LOTS of dice and card games for math

  • Kate Schneider

    These are easily some of the most useful things that I have seen during my placement. Students love them, and they can be used for so many different math games! cheap math center games

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tons of math centers- with ready to print pdf files for each one!

Here's a set of journal templates (4 different versions!) for use with math center activities.

From DEB THOMAS - FREE This math unit is used for "Greater Than and Less Than" centers. I use the "Math Daily 5" in my classroom and I use games like this for "Math by Myself" and "Math with Someone". The instructions on how to play are included as well as a reproducible student page for the game. This product is "Teacher Created" and "Kid Approved"!!!

Math Center: I went crazy and made oodles of center activities (inspired by Pinterest) over Thanksgiving break. All the materials were bought at the Dollar Tree :) This one I called "Hot Fact Cakes" ;)

Erica Bohrers First Grade: Common Core Based Thanksgiving Math Centers#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

I attached the center cover sheet to a file folder and ran each folder through the laminator. After cutting the top of the folder, I placed all of the activity sheets inside. These centers are very easy for the students to access and allows them to practice a variety of skills to keep those basic math concepts fresh!

Math Daily 5: Number Puzzle Can do this with higher facts, multiplication, division, fractions, etc.

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?

We are learning about greater than, less than and equal to. I think this would be a fun way to keep them interested!