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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. ...
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.
Recycling!!! Using Avery 5408 labels, I created math facts labels and placed them on bottle caps (problem on top, answer on the inside). Using timers, my students practice how many they can do in a minute, and they graph those results. We have a goal in the classroom that we all want to reach, and students earn classroom dollars when they reach that goal.
The Daily Alphabet: Organizing the Chaos of Math Centers. I like what this teacher talked about. She rotates the tub by day (so day 1, group 1 gets tub 1, then day 2 group 1 gets tub 2 etc). I could totally incorporate that into my math structure....although wow, a LOT of prep.
IDEA FOR PRACTICE COUNTING PROJECT...assign a number for each child and have them choose and glue corresponding number of objects. Have them write 2-3 numbers to choose answers from. Exchange with a friend and practice counting!