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

tons of math centers- with ready to print pdf files for each one! Roll a die and color that many squares. Each player is a different color. Who ever colors the most at the end wins.

Just Add Clipart: printables Tally Around the Room

Tally around the room - this is a fun idea! Could have the student pick what they want to tally & draw a pic/write the word. or have the pic to go with the word on the worksheet

place value center

Math center idea for tens and ones. use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice- number is for the tens place and the one is for the ones place.

Big Playing Cards addition and subtraction - put in sheet protectors or laminate to use as a math centre

Playing Card Addition & Subtraction print out from The Lesson Plan Diva. Lots of good freebies on this site! Player keeps card. The first player to 10 cards wins

make their "Shape Monster" then they had to write down how many of each shape they used to create their monster.     Sentence Stem: "I used ______ circles." They wrote a sentence for each different shape.

make their "Shape Monster" then they had to write down how?many of each shape they used to create their monster. Sentence Stem: "I used ______ circles." They wrote a sentence for each different shape.

A site that has EVERY 3D shape imaginable as a PDF so your kids can print, cut, fold and glue! Even lists the number of faces, edges, and vertices - @Cathy Yenca may like these

Hands on! A site that has EVERY shape imaginable as a PDF-just print, cut, fold and glue! Even lists the number of faces, edges, and vertices. Great resource for making geometry concepts accessible.

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number of the day morning meeting activity. think I might laminate this one and then make a smaller version for them to put in their morning meeting journals.

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Help with Money

This is a fun way to incorporate money into the classroom. Students would play money coins bingo to become aware and accustomed to the coins and bills.

Number of the Day great way to start the day

Number of the Day.love the idea, but I think I will have my students write the answers in their Math Journals. This will cut down on lots of paper waste. Thanks, Lory's Page :)