Flash Blog Post! Five Math centers that are fast to assemble, easy to update, and that keep kids learning all year long! Part 1.

Math centres is an example of the learning centres we looked at in class. I think it hits on some ways to differentiate lessons and engage students. I think it hits on professional practice as its a great resource to use in the classroom.

3rd Grade Thoughts: Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations

Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations

Grade Thoughts: Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations anchor chart

Maths challenge task. Count the spots to make the total. Copied from @Delideb1969

Count the spots to make the total. Copied from Maths Continuous Provision Activity Year One

Popcorn maths game. Addition, subtraction and ordering for KS1.

"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.

Subtraction challenge to make them think! Jumbled Operations

Even I was challenged to do this one. Might be good for gifted upper grade students, but is still incredibly challenging.

Math Intervention Binder

Math Intervention Binder

This has so many math tasks ideas all ties into a Math Intervention Binder! This is such a good idea and I could incorporate it by making it a morning routine or each student can have and complete their own binders. The possibilities are endless!

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