# Math Centers

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Math centers and work stations you can use in your elementary school library

Looking for new ideas for your math learning stations? Add color sudoku to your math centers for first grade, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, upper elementary! No prep needed, easy to print, add blocks and go! Independent, differentiated activities for your students. #LibraryLearners

This fun back to school math activity is a great way to get to know your upper elementary students, as well as to get a sense of where they're at in math. They will use different operations to create math equations that will reveal fun facts about them. It's engaging, creative, and hands-on -- perfect for those first days back to school! Click through to check out this resource for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. #math #backtoschool #upperelementary #3rdgrade #4thgrade…

Odd and Even Maze

Hi, Teaching Friends! As the 100th day of school approaches for many of you, I'm thrilled to be offering a brand new set of one of my favorite resources, 120 Riddles for the 120 Chart. These riddle cards are a fun way to build number sense and review skills like addition and subtraction through 20, place value, adding and subtracting tens, coins (pennies, nickels, and dimes), odd and even numbers, and comparison signs. The original set of one hundred multi-step riddle cards for the numbers…

Teaching ideas that inspire a love of learning

We have had indoor recess after indoor recess and I've noticed that my students have a particular interest in 'building 'this year. Perhaps it's the new Lego movie coming out or I have a room full of future engineers ;) In either case, I have a new math station and a freebie to share with you tonight. First, the new station. It requires students to work with a partner or small group. They will roll a dice, add ten and cover the number. To allow for differentiation I have included a counting…

Today I spent a few hours back in my classroom to make sure we are set for the new year! Ok, ok I needed to get into the building mostly because I ran out of the room in December with a red and green glitter trail behind me. Thankfully it wasn’t as bad as my […]

Grab a TON of FREE Math Games to help strengthen your students' addition & subtraction skills!

Today I spent a few hours back in my classroom to make sure we are set for the new year! Ok, ok I needed to get into the building mostly because I ran out of the room in December with a red and green glitter trail behind me. Thankfully it wasn’t as bad as my […]

Tenzi is a fast moving dice game fun for kids and the whole family. It requires quick thinking, dexterity and a lot of luck!

My students LOVE this game! Squinkies are not required, but they make the game so much more fun. Click the image for details. 🙂 Tabitha Carro, FlapJack Educational Resources You Might Also Like:Fire Safety Escape PlanSpring Stamp It! AdditionReal PhotographsNocturna animals

My picture book Seeing SYMMETRY has a myriad of colorful examples from animal bodies to quilt blocks to kaleidoscopes to cowboy boots. This all-original packet has ideas for introducing the book plus a search activity for symmetrical images within the book's pages. Additional options are to draw the...