Eight math centers perfect for the middle-end first grade year, or beginning of the year second grade year!
I'm constantly looking for math centers that I'm able to use at any time of the year (not themed) and ones that use the strategies our district enforces (open number line), which is why I've created these centers!
They are challenging enough to keep the interest of your students during guided math. Some centers can also be played independently if you choose to use as a form of assessment or practice.
One math center involves cutting cards, but the others don't require any prep work besides printing. You will need dice to implement most of the centers. Directions with examples are also included!
There are four completely different math centers, three of which are differentiated to fit the needs of your students!
Click the preview above to see what's included. I hope you and your students find this product useful! Let me know if you have any questions!
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