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These are great guided math center games that you can do in small group or several groupings - using decks of cards. ...

This is a set of I have who has cards for numbers 1-20 using number words, ten frames, dice, base ten, digits. The link comes with a free download of this entire set. According to Marzano's research, this would be a nonlinguistic represeantion game. Each card uses different visuals, including ten frames, tally marks, dice, blocks, and the written numbers. It also would be cooperative learning because students play this game as a class. Listening and seeing everyone's cards.

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

Here's a page for playing a Math Boggle game using both addition and subtraction. Could use for multiplication and division

I'm soooo using this center!! Modify it and use it for multiplication facts! Thank you Lesson Plan Diva!!

What a cute game! Can't find the original link-if anyone does, let me know. PERFECT for Halloween!

There is no printable but seems easy enough to make: number sense - might be a great center activity for 1st grade math! Should always have one math center deal with basic facts. This one might need to be parent/para/teacher led until the students get used to how to do it.

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.