Searching for some math centers for March? These are the centers I made for my own first grade classroom! I love math station time because it gives students time to work on math skills in a hands-on, engaging way!
Here is a detailed overview of the centers:
1.) Lucky Leprechauns: Students match up real-life objects depicting 3D shapes in this concentration style game. There is a cut and paste sheet for accountability or extra practice included (as well as a black and white version of the game).
2.) Looking for A Leprechaun: Students will spin a spinner and tally their results before making a graph. There are several different spinners in case you need to increase the challenge or make it easier. Corresponding graphing sheets are also included as well as black and white versions of the spinners. There is also a data analysis activity to do once students have completed their graphs!
3.) Pots of Gold: In this center, students count a collection of coins and place a clothespin or paper clip on the correct amount. There are several different versions provided. I focus on dimes and pennies based on my standards, but there is also a version with nickels and quarters. A recording sheet is also included.
4.) Follow The Rainbow: Students will follow the directions on the task cards to create shapes with pattern blocks. A shape building mat is included as well as a recording sheet where students can draw the shapes that they create.
5.) Shapely Shamrocks: This is a BINGO style game where students take turns spinning on the leprechaun spinner and placing a counter on their card. A variety of cards and spinners are included as well as a recording sheet that has students identify the number of vertices and sides for shapes.
6.) Flying Higher: Students will solve the 2-digit addition and subtraction problems and record their answers on the recording sheet. Several versions are provided as well as black and white copies!
7.) Springtime Sums & Springtime Subtraction: Students sort facts under the "True" or "False" headers. 3 sets of cards are provided (addition true/false, subtraction true/false, mixed operation true/false) as well as coordinating cut and paste practice sheets. A black and white version is also provided.
8.) March Math Madness: Students will match representations of numbers in this "Go Fish!" style game. Black and white cards are also included along with cut and paste practice sheets.
For each center, there is a printable directions sheet with the kid-friendly learning target.
Please check out the preview file to see images of what is included with each station. Thanks for checking out my store!