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  • Michelle Boudreaux

    Math Daily 5: Number Puzzle *RESOURCE TO CONSULT FOR GAME IDEAS FOR MATH STATIONS*

  • Jessica Hoyer

    2nd Grade: Math sorts - really like this idea!

  • Kia Brady

    Math sorts - lots of math ideas for math centers

  • Laura Mayer

    The Reading Corner: Thinking about Non Fiction and Math Daily 5, math sort

  • Pamela Cummings

    Sorting math facts The Reading Corner: Thinking about Non Fiction and Math Daily 5

  • Carolina Soto

    Math Daily 5: Number Puzzle. What a great idea for a math center!!!

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decomposing numbers in Kindergarten. Great activity for Common Core K.OA.3. Perfect for a math center! $1.50

The Reading Corner: Thinking about Non Fiction and Math Daily 5 I love the idea of running math in the same way as the Daily 5/Cafe for reading. It makes sense to use mini lessons and daily 5.

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

Math with Someone: Double It! FREEBIE ( students need a deck of cards Ace-10 and 10 game pieces each. You turn over a card and read the math talk card . EX: you turn over a 3, you say " the double of 3 is 6." Then you look for a 6 on the game board and cover it. The first person to get rid of all ten counters is the winner. )