Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities

Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
Math Centers Bundle--A Set of Twelve Math Activities
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    My Math Centers Bundle includes an assortment of twelve NO PREP/EASY PREP activities that can be used for seat work or in centers. All activities are also available individually. Included in the bundle are the following activities:

    Domino Doubles and Doubles Plus One is an activity to help students learn their doubles facts and understand how to quickly compute doubles plus one facts. Fill a math tub with dominoes showing doubles and these recording sheets and you're all set! Students choose a domino, draw it on the recording sheet, and write the number sentence. Next, they draw the doubles plus one and write the number sentence.
    Domino Doubles and Doubles Plus One

    Double Dice Subtraction is an easy activity for practicing subtraction facts. Put the recording sheets and some double dice in a tub and your center is ready! Students roll the double dice and write the greater number in the first box. They write the smaller number in the second box and find the difference to complete the equation.
    Double Dice Subtraction

    Doubles Without Troubles helps students understand doubles facts. Using the Model Mat and the spinner, students practice their doubles facts in a concrete way as they develop fact fluency. Each student needs a recording sheet, manipulatives of any kind, and a Model Mat. They spin the spinner and build each addend in its own ten frame which enables them to easily see the double. They count to find the sum and record the equation on the recording sheet. Easy success!
    Doubles Without Troubles Math Center

    Drop the Number is a fun activity to use for practicing place value counting and comparing numbers. You'll need to make ten "number sticks" for each student using craft sticks and a marker. Draw ten dots on one side of the stick and one dot on the other side. Students will each need their ten "number sticks" and a recording sheet to do the activity. They toss their ten "number sticks" and count the number. Next, they draw and write the number on the recording sheet. Finally, they compare their numbers using the correct symbols.
    Drop the Number Math Center

    Fact Family Dice Toss is an easy way to practice fact families. Students use two dice and the recording sheet. To play, they toss the dice and write down the three numbers in the fact family in the boxes on their paper. Then they write the facts in the fact family below the boxes. This is perfect for introducing fact families in a hands-on way!
    Fact Family Dice Toss

    Fact Family Trains is a fact family activity. You'll need a tub of Unifix Cubes, dice, and the recording sheets. Each student needs two dice. They roll the dice and build the two numbers using two different colors of Unifix Cubes. Next, they write the facts in the fact family.
    Fact Family Trains

    Quick Tens Speedy Nines includes two math center activities that help students strengthen their mental math skills. Quick Tens helps students practice their ten facts using base ten blocks. After spinning the Quick Tens spinner, students write the equation and use base ten blocks to solve. They quickly become proficient with the ten facts and are then ready for the next game which is Speedy Nines. To play, students roll a ten-sided die to roll their number for each problem. They write that number on the recording sheet in both of the dotted boxes. After recording the sum of the "Quick Ten" fact, they determine the sum of the "Speedy Nine" fact by mentally subtracting one from their "Quick Ten" fact. My students love this game!
    Quick Tens Speedy Nines

    Snap Cubes Addition is a foundational way to reinforce addition facts up to 10 and to help students see the pattern. It is also a great way to help students understand the commutative property of addition as they build and record two addend equations for the assigned number. All you need to add is a tub of snap cubes! Students must select two colors to use and build all of the ways to make the number. I have them build each equation and put them in order to form a staircase before recording their equations on the recording sheet.
    Snap Cubes Math Addition

    Spin and Show is a fun activity for practicing the concept of more and less. All that is needed is the recording sheet. Using the spinner on the recording sheet, spin and record the number in the ten frame. Next, draw the number using tally marks. Finally, using both the ten frames and tally marks, record a number that is more and a number that is less than the first number.
    Spin and Show Math Center

    Spin and Subtract Ten is great practice for building numbers and understanding the process of subtracting ten. All you need is a tub of base ten blocks and the recording sheets. Each student can use a pencil and a paper clip to spin the numbers, add them together, and subtract ten from the total number. Students who need support with manipulatives can use the tub of base ten blocks to build the numbers.
    Spin and Subtract Ten

    Subtract Tens is a great activity for learning to subtract with multiples of ten. All you need is a tub of base ten blocks to use with the recording sheets. Students spin the spinners and use the numbers to write their equations and subtract. Students can use mental math or use the tub of manipulatives if more support is needed.
    Subtract Tens Math Center

    This Way-That Way Domino Addition helps reinforce the understanding that facts can be written horizontally or vertically. All you need is a tub of dominoes and copies of the recording sheet. Students select a domino, copy the domino dots, and write the facts both horizontally and vertically.
    This Way-That Way Domino Addition Math Center

    You might also like the Monthly Weather Journal for graphing and interpreting data.

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