These digital math stations are perfect for any math block! Simply upload them to your google drive and print the recording sheets are you are ready to go! They can be used at ANY time of the year so they work with any curriculum map!
These powerpoint files can be use on tablets or computers! Operations and Algebraic Thinking (OA) will be added to the bundle soon! Over 25 digital stations will be included.... that's less than 2 dollars a station! Recording sheets and answer sheets are provided for each station.
****NBT- Number and Operations in Base Ten (9 Stations)****
~~Adorable Addition- Students use base ten block pictures to solve two digit addition problems (without regrouping)
~~Pineapple Teens- Students write the number on the recording sheet that is shown in base ten blocks on the slide.
~~Decade Dog- Students write the decade number that is shown in base ten blocks.
~~Tens with Tommy Tomato- Students color the number of base ten blocks to represent the number shown on the slide.
~~Monkey Around with 10- Students count the groups of 10 bananas and record the number of groups of 10 on the recording sheet.
~~Soda Subtraction- Students write a subtraction sentence using the base ten blocks shown.
~~10 More and 10 Less Lilly Pads- Students write the numbers that are 10 more and 10 less than the number shown.
~~Missing Number 1-120- Students find the missing number in a sequence of 3 numbers shown on the slide. They record the missing number on the recording sheet.
~~Comparing with Cookie- Students compare two numbers shown on the slide. They record them with the <,>, or = sign.
****MD- Measurement & Data (6 Stations)****
~~Time Hop- Students write the number shown on the clock.
~~Cupcake Clock- Students write the number shown on the clock.
~~Data with Dino- Students graph data and answer questions about the graph.
~~Lunchbox Length- Students count the cubes that are used to measure the picture on the slide.
~~Clip Measure- Students count the paperclips that are used to measure the picture on the slide.
~~Longer or Shorter?- Students order pictures from shortest to longest and longest to shortest.
~~Flamingo Fractions- Students look at a shape and circle on the recording sheet if they shape is divided into halves or fourths.
~~Building Shapes- Students look at a composite shape and determine what two shapes were combined to make that shape.
~~Superhero Shapes- Students count the number of sides and corners that each shape has.