Using This Product in Your Classroom
There are several ways you can use these 4 centers and 4 math journal prompts in your classroom. One, you could use them during actual center time. Print and laminate the task cards and print the appropriate number of worksheets off for your classroom. Next, have students rotate to each center to reinforce what you have already taught about multiplication. Or use one center a day in your already set, daily centers.
Second, these centers could be used as a self start or as a review from a previous lesson before you teach your math lesson for the day. Put the laminated task card under the document camera, or projected for all students to see, and give them the accompanying worksheet.
Third, these center games could be used at the end of a lesson to reinforce a lesson already taught. They could also be used to review before testing at the end of the year.
The journal prompts could be used with your daily language arts journal prompts, during math journal time, or as another center during math or language arts center time.
*When necessary, 4th and 5th grade versions of each center are provided. Check the bottom of the worksheet for the correct version you need.
Have fun and good luck! Questions? Comments? Email Teresa Kwant at email@example.com.
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numbers and operations in base 10 4th grade bundle
numbers and operations in base 10 5th grade bundle
Rounding: 3rd grade
Addition and Subtraction: 3rd grade
adding and subtracting fractions
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