In this unit you will find 10 ready to use math stations to add to your math tubs. Each activity includes an I can... card to build student independence and remind them of the expectations of each station.
In the preview you will see a glimpse of each of the following stations:
pg. 3-6 Odd or Even? - Students sort nine cards under even and odd headers and complete the recording sheet.
pg. 7-12 Base 10 Match – A traditional matching game. I also use these cards in a pocket chart, as a whole class find your partner or sequencing activity There are two I can… cards included to choose from. One is for the game and the other is for the game and a recording sheet.
pg. 13-17 Doubles Cover-Up? Counters (wouldn’t conversation hearts be fun?) and one dice is needed for the group. Each player needs a playing card. There are four different cards included.
pg.18-23 Gingy Goes to School – Students have an upside down stack of cards. Each player turns over a card at the same time and then they compare numbers. The player with the greatest number moves a playing piece along the game board.
pg. 24-30 Addition and Subtraction (is it less than, equal to or more than 12?) – Students sort addition and subtraction cards under the correct heading then complete the recording sheet.
pg. 31-35 Ten Frame Make 10 Game – Each player chooses one of the four game boards. Ten fame cards are turned upside down and one is chosen on the player’s turn. The player looks at the ten frame and decides how many more they would need to ‘make 10’ and covers that number on their playing board.
pg. 36-43 Skip Counting Trains – Students build three trains that count by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. Numbers are then recorded on a recording sheet.
pg. 44-46 Spin and Graph – Using either a clear spinner (which was one of my best investments) or a pencil and paper clip, students spin and color the results on the recording sheet.
pg. 47-50 Ten Frame adding and subtracting – Students choose a card, solve and record to find sums and differences.
pg. 51-54 Ten More / Ten Less – Students choose a card, record the number and the numbers that are 10 more and ten less.
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