Math Centers: Tips & Tricks for Making Centers Work in Your Classroom

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Math centers offer just-right spiral review for all of your students, as well as, provide you the opportunity to meet with small groups of students for guided math. In this Teaching on Demand video, I'll share how I set-up and organize my math centers, as well as, my favorite ways to streamline math center differentiation.

Teaching on Demand videos couple a high-quality instructional video with the materials and centers needed to implement the teaching strategy in your classroom.

Downloading this FREE Resource Gives You Access to...
*an 18 minute Instructional Video
*a Closed "Guided Math" Facebook Group
*10 Pages of free printable resources and follow-up links

You may want to watch the video from beginning-to-end or you might want to target specific skills or centers. Below is a breakdown of the video:

Introduction (0:00 – 2:10)
Why Math Centers? (2:11 – 2:52)
Setting-Up the Tubs (2:53 – 3:51)
Grouping Students (3:52 - 6:41)
Managing Groups (6:42 – 9:07)
Accountability (9:08 – 11:32)
Limiting Interruptions (11:33 – 12:47)
Differentiating Centers (12:47 – 16:05)
Using Dice to Differentiate (16:06 – 17:41)
Let’s Collaborate (17:41 – 18:20)

Happy Viewing,
The Brown Bag Teacher
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