# March- May Differentiated Math Centers (Year Full of Math Centers: Vol 3)

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This is a BUNDLE of my second grade math centers for March, April, and May. PLEASE do NOT buy these packs individually as well as bundled or you will be very disappointed.

March-Math-Centers

These 16 math centers were created for students to complete during math workshop. All sixteen centers are aligned to the second grade Common Core Standards. Each game can be completed independently by students and a recording sheet is included with every activity to hold students accountable for their work.

Eight of the sixteen centers are tiered so all students can be working on the same skill, at a different level of difficulty. Counting all the differentiated activities, this pack actually contains 44 different activities. This is a zipped file. In this file are four separate files focusing on different areas of math. Here is a description of each file.

Over the Rainbow Addition and Subtraction Practice- The following centers are included:
*Whooo’s Lucky in Addition: Students draw a card. Students solve the addition problem on the card and sort the sum. This is a differentiated activity with six levels:
• Two digit addition without regrouping
• Two digit addition with regrouping
• Two digit addition with and without regrouping
• Three digit addition without regrouping
• Three digit addition with regrouping
• Three digit addition with and without regrouping

*Splashing in Subtraction: Students draw a card. Students solve the subtraction problem on the card and sort the difference. This is a differentiated activity with seven levels:
• Two digit subtraction without regrouping
• Two digit subtraction with regrouping
• Two digit subtraction with and without regrouping
• Three digit subtraction without regrouping
• Three digit subtraction with regrouping
• Three digit subtraction with and without regrouping
• Three digit subtraction across zeroes

*March Madness Missing Addends: Students solve addition problems with missing addends. Then students find the answer card to make a match. This is a differentiated activity with four levels:
• Two digit missing addends with no regrouping
• Two digit missing addends with regrouping
• Two digit missing addends with and without regrouping
• Three digit missing addends with and without regrouping

*Splashing into Addition and Subtraction: Students solve addition and subtraction puzzles, by matching the problems to the answers. This is a differentiated activity with six levels:
• Two Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction Activity with No Regrouping• Two Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction Activity with Regrouping
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction Activity with No Regrouping
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction Activity with Regrouping (Ones)
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction Activity with Regrouping (Tens)
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction Activity with Regrouping (Tens and Ones)

*Wonderful Word Problems: Students draw a card and solve the word problem on the card. This is a differentiated activity with three levels:
• Two Digit, One Step, Word Problems
• Three Digit, One Step, Word Problems
• Two Digit, Two Step, Word Problems:

Pot of Gold Place Value Centers: The following centers are included:

*Shamrock Shake Up: Students compare numbers using <, >, or =. Students draw a card and solve the comparison on the card. There are three versions of this game (from least to most difficult):
• Comparing numbers using a mixed place value review (word form, expanded form, and base ten blocks)
• Comparing numbers using mixed place value review (word form, expanded form, and base ten blocks). In this version students will have to regroup the blocks.
• Comparing numbers using mixed place value review (word form, expanded form, and base ten blocks). In this version students will have to regroup the blocks and word form.

*Pot of Gold Place Value: Students practice regrouping numbers. Students draw a card and group to find the number. There are three versions of this game (from least to most difficult):
• Regrouping base ten blocks only
• Regrouping words only
• Regrouping words and blocks (mixed)

*Comparing Clovers: Students read the comparisons and sort under greater than, less than, and equal to. Please note this center is not differentiated.

Lucky with Mental Math: The following centers are included:

*Lost Lucky Charms: Students pick a card with a piece of the hundred chart and use their knowledge of the hundreds chart to solve to find the missing number. Please note this center is not differentiated.

*Looking for Clovers: Students draw a card and find the missing number in either a number pattern or on a number line. Please note this center is not differentiated.

*Lucky Numbers, More or Less: Students draw a card and find ten more, ten less, hundred more, hundred less. There are several different versions of the game. A vertical version of the game is included to resemble a hundreds chart and a horizontal version of the game is included as more of a challenge. Please note that the questions are the same, but the format is different for the vertical and horizontal versions.
• Two digit ten more, ten less (vertical and horizontal versions)
• Three digit ten more, ten less (vertical and horizontal versions)
• Hundred more, hundred less (vertical and horizontal versions)
• Ten More, Ten Less, Hundred More, Hundred Less

March into Math Centers: The following centers are included:

*Rainbow of Riddles: Students will read the geometry riddles and use the reference sheet to figure out which 2D or 3D shapes being described. Please note this center is not differentiated.

*St. Patrick’s Day Shapes: Students will choose a card with a 2D or 3D shape on it and then match it to the recording sheet. Students will then use the picture on the card to help him or her fill out the recording sheet, record angles, sides, faces, edges, and vertices. Students will also use the picture on the card to draw the shape themselves. Please note this center is not differentiated.

*Golden Time: Students will choose a card and read the time on the clock. Then students will record the time in the matching box on the recording sheet. Please note this center is not differentiated.

*Lucky Coins and Cash: Students will choose a card with a money word problem and solve. Then students will record the answer on the recording sheet. Two versions of this game are included. Please note the problems are the same, only the presentation is different. The two versions of the cards are:
•Money word problems without pictures of the coins
•Money word problems with pictures of the coins

*Coins and Clovers: Students will choose a card with coins on shamrocks. Students will then and count the coins and record the answer on the recording sheet. Please note this center is not differentiated.

In addition to the centers there are extra practice worksheets to remediate for some academic skill/ center. These would be great as assessments, independent work, or an early finisher activity. There are 6 extra worksheets. Answer keys are included.

All the centers are in black and white to save on printing costs. Color covers with directions for the games are included if you like that extra punch of color! I have printed all of my games on colored copier paper and laminated them to make them more durable. I have cut up all the games and stored them in Ziplock bags so I can lay them flat in a box for storage.

April-Math-Centers
This month contains two packs, April Showers Bring Graphing Power: Line Plot, Bar, and Pictographs! (2nd Grade) and Spring Time.
The graphing pack was created to support and supplement your graphing unit. Although the title includes the word “April,” most of the centers are not seasonal and could be done year round. The only somewhat “seasonal” center is the “Favorite Color Bunnies” pictograph center.

It includes 8 different activities to give students practice reading, creating, and analyzing bar graphs, pictographs and line plot graphs. All bar graphs use a scale of 1 per the Common Core Standards. The pictographs use a scale of 2. The following activities are included:

Can-A-Thon Graphing- Students read a provided line plot graph and answer 6 questions. An additional challenge question card is included. Two answer sheets are included, one with the challenge question and one without. Clip art is included if the teacher chooses to make this line plot activity hands on.

Measuring Pencils Mania- This is two activities. In the first activity, students measure pictures of pencils to the nearest whole centimeter and record the result. In the second activity, students use the measurements of the pencil lengths to create a line plot graph. Two versions of the line plot sheet are included, one labeled with numbers and one that is blank. Then, students answer 6 questions. An additional challenge question card is included. Two answer sheets are included, one with the challenge question and one without.

A Little Bit of Yum- Students read a provided tally chart and bar graph and answer 6 questions. An additional challenge question card is included. Two answer sheets are included, one with the challenge question and one without.

Foot Loose and Fancy Free- Students read a short paragraph to create a bar graph and tally chart. Two versions of the graphing sheet are included, one with a completed tally chart and one without. Students then answer 6 questions. An additional challenge question card is included. Two answer sheets are included, one with the challenge question and one without. Clip art is included if the teacher chooses to make this graphing activity hands on.

Whatcha Wearing? - Students survey classmates and create a tally chart and bar graph with the results. No questions are included in this activity.

Favorite Color Bunnies-Students read a provided pictograph and answer 6 questions. An additional challenge question card is included. Two answer sheets are included, one with the challenge question and one without.

Making Rainy Days a Splash! - Students read a short paragraph to create a pictograph. Then, students answer 6 questions. An additional challenge question card is included. Two answer sheets are included, one with the challenge question and one without.

I hope this provides additional, easy to use resources for your class!

The Spring Time pack was created to supplement a unit on teaching time. Three different activities are included, with many options for differentiation by content and process. Included in this pack are the following materials:

Spring Time- Students draw a clock card and write the time on a recording sheet. Four different versions of this game are included:
• telling time to the hour
• telling time to the half hour
• telling time to the five minutes
• telling time to the minute

Tending to Time- Students match the clock card to the word card describing the time (quarter to, quarter after, half past, etc.). Several different versions of the recording sheet are included.
• The first version has blank clocks. Students record the clock hands and the words.
• On the second version, students record the words only.
• On the third version, the students only draw the matching clock hands.

All About Time- Students sort scenario cards under the headers of a.m. or p.m. to determine when the event occurs. Two versions of this activity are included:
• Students sort picture cards with short phrases describing the event and time. The recording sheet is a cut and paste activity that matches the pictures on the scenario cards.
• Students sort sentences in short paragraph form that describe the event and time. A clock is included on each card. There are two versions of the recording sheet for this activity. On the first version, students only record the “a.m.” or “p.m.” On the second version, the students write the “a.m.” and the “p.m.” and the time on the card.

Please note, the scenarios in both activities are the same, only the presentation is different.

May-Math-Centers
This pack was created to support and supplement your end of year math instruction. It includes 10 different activities to give students practice with place value, addition, and subtraction. Most of the activities include differentiation. The activities cover every standard under Numbers and Operations in Base Ten. The following activities are included:

Pail Full of Number Puzzles- Students put together puzzles to find ten more or ten less, a hundred more, or a hundred less. There are two versions of this activity.

Lost in the Woods- Students draw cards with pieces of a hundreds chart on it and solve to find the missing number.

Camp Friendship- Students draw a card with a pattern of numbers or number line and solve to find the missing number.

Place Value Park- Students match the standard form, written form, expanded form and base ten blocks to show the different ways to show a three digit number. Two versions of the activity are included, one simple version and another more advanced version where students must regroup the base ten blocks to find the number.

Campfire Comparing- Students draw a card with a comparison on it, solve, and record the answer. Two versions of the activity are included, one with comparing two digit numbers and another with comparing three digit numbers.

Fishing for Subtraction- Students draw a card with a subtraction problem, solve, and record the answer. Several versions of the activity are included:
• Two Digit Subtraction Without Regrouping
• Two Digit Subtraction With Regrouping
• Two Digit Subtraction With and Without Regrouping
• Three Digit Subtraction Without Regrouping
• Three Digit Subtraction With Regrouping (Ones Place)
• Three Digit Subtraction With Regrouping (Tens and Ones Place)
• Three Digit Subtraction With and Without Regrouping

Bear Claw Corrections- Students draw a card with a SOLVED three digit subtraction problem on it. Then, the student analyzes the problem on the card to determine if the answer is correct or not. If the answer is not correct, the student must explain where the error in the problem is.

An Adding Adventure- Students draw a card with an addition problem and solve and record the answer. Several versions of the activity are included:
• Two Digit Addition Without Regrouping
• Two Digit Addition With Regrouping
• Two Digit Addition With and Without Regrouping
• Three Digit Addition Without Regrouping
• Three Digit Addition With Regrouping
• Three Digit Addition With and Without Regrouping

Camp Addition- Students draw a card with an addition problem with either three or four numbers. Then, students solve and record on the answer sheet.

Mixed Practice Mountain Hike- Students draw a card with an addition or subtraction problem, solve, and record the answer. Several versions of the activity are included:
• Two Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction (Without Regrouping)
• Two Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction (With Regrouping)
• Two Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction (With and Without Regrouping)
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction (Without Regrouping)
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction (With Regrouping)
• Three Digit Mixed Addition and Subtraction (With and Without Regrouping)

Mapping Out the Unknown- Students draw a card with an addition or subtraction problem. One number in the problem is missing. The students solve for the missing number. The unknown number is in all positions. Several versions of the activity are included:
• Two Digit Subtraction
• Two Digit Addition and Subtraction

I hope this provides additional, easy to use resources for your class!
***Please note this is a ZIPPED file and you will need the (free) software to extract the files to use them! ***

Happy Learning!
Mandy
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