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Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots

Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Math Small Group Center Signs with Colorful Dots
Product Description
These math small group center signs can be used in your classroom to manage your centers for students. There are 32 different titled cards and 6 cards that read Groups 1-6 and 6 cards that read Center 1-6.

Center cards are 3 3/4inches tall and about 5 inches wide. They read as follows:

"Math Vocabulary"
"Teacher Table"
"Independent Practice"
"Problem Solving"
"Math Writing"
"Seat Work"
"Practice Book"
"math Games"
"Re-Teach" (all on one line)
"Enrichment"
"Intervention"
"Enrichment"
"Computers"
"Math Facts"
"Math Books"
"Counting Practice"
"Math Activity"
"Compare Numbers"
"Addition Practice"
"Subtraction Practice"
"Place Value Practice"
"Measurement"
"Working with Shapes
"Multiplication Practice"
"Division Practice"
"Telling Time"
"Working with Money"
"Working with Data"
"Working with Fractions"
"Working with Patterns"
"Classifying"
"Categorizing"
"Graphing"

4 blank cards

Group Cards:
"Group 1"
"Group 2"
"Group 3"
"Group 4"
"Group 5"
"Group 6"

Center Number Cards:
"Center 1"
"Center 2"
"Center 3"
"Center 4"
"Center 5"
"Center 6"

Headings:
"Math Centers"
"Math Small Groups"
1 blank

These are 5 1/4 inches tall and 10 1/8 inches wide.

When displaying these for centers on my board for students to refer to, I have a heading (Math Centers), and use the group cards going vertically down. Then I place the center card to the right of each group. I write details for each center to the right of each card (see example in parenthesis below.) For example: If the students will be using computers, I'll write the skill they are working on next to it. Groups (my students sit in small table groups) then rotate around the room to each of the centers, where group 1 would then move to group 2, group 2 moves to group 3, group 3 moves to group 4, and group 4 moves to group 1 and so on until they reach each center.

You could also print two copies of the group signs and place then at the centers. Or doubles of the center names to display on the board and where the center is taking place at in your classroom.

See my example for the math centers displayed on my board below.

Math Centers:
Group 1 "math vocabulary"(draw pictures for each vocabulary word)
Group 2 "teacher table" (Review lesson)
Group 3 "independent practice" (work on worksheet)
Group 4 "math writing" (write your own number story)

There are many ways to use these cards in your own way as they are applicable to you and the way you choose!

A title page and credits are included.
Total Pages
16 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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