## Permanent Center: Math

Do you feel like you have too much to do and not enough time to do it? One way to give yourself a little extra time is by setting up permanent centers. The format of permanent centers remain the same all year, only the content changes. You save time by not having to explain the procedures each week,...
• Math journals as permanent centers. This center can reinforce skills you've already taught, takes just a few minutes to set up, and also teaches writing skills as well as math skills. There are many different math journal books on the market that you can choose from, but this blogger's favorite math journal prompt books are by Yvonne Crawford. (http://www.teachersnotebook.com/shop/Yvonne+Crawford/products/tag/Mathbooking#)

• Ideas for a math journal center. Adapt for kinder but love permanent math center concept!!!! Reinforce what has been taught. Drawing and labeling etc

• Math journal center idea

• put their numbers on the binding of their composition notebooks!

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