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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" ;)

Organizing math workstations#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

money sort.find the snack divider at dollar store---could use this idea to sort all kinds of things...cereal, buttons, beans!

Great game for practicing coin recognition! Could roll a dice and add that many of the same coin together, too!

Print, laminate and cut apart money cards. Students will count a combination of pennies, nickels, and dimes up to $1.00 on cards and match them wit...

This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc...

I will adapt this idea to show equivalent fractions decimals and percents with money. Great visual aid in the classroom!

Money: In partners, the first student spins the spinner and whatever amount it lands on, the student gets out that coin {you can use real or pretend coins}. Each player takes turns until they've had 5 spins. Each student counts their 5 coins out loud to their partner and tells them the total amount. (for grade 1 I would modify the spinner amounts)

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

Fill It In - This would be great to do every day and perhaps include in an everyday learning book.