11 Winter Math Centers for Older Children

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11 Winter Math Centers for Upper Grades

I have created these task cards to use as a winter review during my math rotations. They are perfect for small groups, partner work, independent practice, games, scoot, or projected for whole group lessons. When students are working on them independently, I make sure they have mastered the skill or are close to mastery.

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Included you will find student directions page, 18 task cards, a student recording sheet, and an answer key for each set.

You will find the following 11 centers included in this resource:

Place Value – Students are asked to write the standard, expanded, or written form or a given number.

Comparing Whole Numbers – Students are asked to read and compare both numbers. Write >, <, or = to compare each pair of numbers.

Number Patterns – Students are asked write the numbers missing from the pattern and the rule for each pattern.

Rounding Whole Numbers – Students are asked to round the number to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, or ten thousand.

Add or Subtract Whole Numbers – Students are asked to Add or subtract to solve the equation.

Multiplication – Students are asked to align the given numbers correctly. Then, multiply the numbers to find the product

Division – Students are asked to align the given numbers correctly. Then, divide the numbers to find the quotient.

Word Problems – Students are asked to decide what operation is needed to solve the problem. Then are required to solve the problem on their recording sheet showing all their work.

Equivalent Fractions – Students are asked to write the equivalent fractions, find the missing number, and use equivalent fractions to rename one fraction or more in each pair. Then, add the fractions.

Comparing Fractions – Students are asked to read and compare both fractions. Write >, <, or = to compare them.

Add or Subtract Fractions – Students are asked to Add or subtract the fractions and be sure to reduce to the lowest terms.

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Here are more resources that are great for math centers!

Multiplication and Division.

Decimals.

Fractions.

Measurements.

Place Value.

Math Centers.

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11 Winter Math Centers for Older Children
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11 Winter Math Centers for Older Children
11 Winter Math Centers for Older Children
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