This activity has two parts to it. The first part is composed of numbered flower pots with problems like '10 more than 54' or '1 less than 45'. Students draw a card, figure out the answer, and write it on the enclosed recording sheet. The second
This is a math center activity that can be used with any nonstandard measurement for younger grades. It can also be used with a ruler for the older grades measuring with centimeters or inches. Students can record their answers on the recording
This is a math center activity finding fractions of a set. There are 8 pages of cards with 24 matches in all. Students will read the question and match the correct 'fraction' for the 'set'. It has thirds, fourths, fifths, and sixths.
This activity has three different levels. Students have a 100 chart, are given details or problems to solve about the numbers that need to be colored on the 100 chart. There is a KG and 1st grade level, 1st and 2nd grade level, and a 3rd, 4th, and
This is a set of eight bookmarks with Galaxy Far Far Away art by Scrappin Doodles. May the 4th be with you...a little joke from my 7 year old today, on Star Wars Day. (May 4, 2012) :o) Enjoy!
This set includes Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Yoda,
This is an interactive positional word book. This was an idea I learned about at a math conference. This can be used in two ways. 1) I wanted to actually make the book to put in a center for students to use on their own. I added graphics and more
This activity can be used in a math center for individual or group use. This activity has two parts.
1. Students should take the ordinal numbers and place them in the correct order in a straight line.
2. The students then place the
This is a math center activity involving money. Students count the money on the cards and match them with the correct price. Using actual coins (or play money) can add a differentiation piece to this activity. I have included pennies, nickels,
This is a math center activity with an Easter theme. Students will round numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. There are 24 cards that round to the nearest ten, and 24 that round to the nearest hundred. Laying out all the eggs with the tens and
This is a math clothespin activity using addition and subtraction. This is a very easy way to informally assess your students while they work in centers. Students solve the problem and place a clothespin on or next to the correct answer. There
This math activity has two parts. There are 3 sheets with numbers, and the students need to tell how many hundreds, tens, and ones there are. This can be used with a dry erase marker after laminated. The next activity is a set of 18 cards with
This is a math center activity. Students match the clock time with the correct digital time. This activity can be differentiated by the time used. I have included time to the half hour, quarter hour, ten minute, and five minute increments. You
This math center activity has many skills in it. Students will spin a spinner (4 of the same spinner included), tally on a frequency table their results, put the data into a graph, then write five questions about their graph for a classmate to
This could be a center activity to show teachers a way to use clothespins for informal assessments. I used this with my KG teachers, so they could see how simple it was to make. This one page shows examples using addition, subtraction, and
This is a center activity using cards with the numbers 0-10 and an extra 5. All cards are dealt face down like the game Concentration. Students turn over 2 cards. If it totals 10, they keep the pair. I also added Making 20 Concentration for your
This is a math center activity. The students turn all cards face down (36 cards in all, 12 sets). One by one, they turn over 3 cards to make matches. They are trying to find the match of a decimal, fraction, and percent.