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

math center @Andrea Henne i like this for maybe the beginning of the year as we are reviewing numbers?

Using pocket chart to organize math rotations... I'm not sure why I'm attempting to try this with a class size of 34. I think I'm nuts.

I labeled each with a different number and filled them with letter tiles to spell different popcorn words or chunk/digraph words.  The kids had to open up the hearts, spill the tiles, and spell a word using those letters.  After they spelled a new word, they had to write it in the matching heart on the corresponding sheet.

Awesome tool for solving addition facts. Great for those hands-on learners.

toothpickmath1...use number cards as it's a Number Order activity. The kids draw a card and then make 5 different designs using toothpicks. For each of their designs, the kids have to make a corresponding number sentence. Have them use a piece of plain white paper to draw their designs and record their number sentences.

Bowling For Integers - This is a partner game, and each player gets a bowling mat and a handful of colorful chips. The players take turns rolling 2 dice, then adding the sums of the numbers rolled. When one of the players rolls a number found on one of their pins, they "knock over" that pin with a chip. The first player to have all pins knocked over wins the game!

Love the idea of using finger pictures for numbers and matching for recognition!

Great way to organize math tubs or centers -- I think I've seen these at Target.