Category:Math Centers
2nd Grade Math Centers: Launching & Management

2nd Grade Math Centers: Launching & Management

Whether you are launching 2nd grade math centers at the beginning of the school year or even mid-year, it is essential that you go through the necessary steps to lay the foundation for the successful management of math center time. https://youtu.be/qHIyuivcseg Slow...

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How to Set Up Math Centers

How to Set Up Math Centers

Math centers setup is a very important piece of a successful math centers time. Questions to consider would be the following: Are the materials organized in a way that easy for the students to understand? Does everything have an intentional place for organization? Do...

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How to Organize Math and Literacy Centers

How to Organize Math and Literacy Centers

Teaching math and literacy in the primary grades involves a lot of tools and papers, especially in your centers. So how do we organize our math and literacy centers? The key to effective center planning is top-notch math center organization of all your materials....

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Flexible Grouping in Math

Flexible Grouping in Math

Flexible grouping is a great way to set up for math centers. What this means is that once a student has been placed in a group, this does not determine their ability level in math for the rest of the year. In fact, as teachers look at data, students will move around...

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First or Second Grade Classroom Set Up

First or Second Grade Classroom Set Up

Set up your first or second grade classroom for success! A good classroom setup will feel like each group has enough space to complete their task. This means that materials have a designated spot. Also, the flow of traffic is not too crowded or too open. Read on to...

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Math Centers Reflection Time

Math Centers Reflection Time

One of the most common concerns teachers have about math centers is the management piece.  Besides visual timers, visual groups on display, consistent center activities, and an official attention getter/signal, the other important component for students is...

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Must-Do, May-Do

Must-Do, May-Do

One of the things teachers often struggle with is the idea of teaching small groups.  Even if a teacher knows exactly what to do within the groups, there is the lingering question of “What are the other students doing while I am meeting with small groups?”.  This is...

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Math Puzzles in the Classroom

Math Puzzles in the Classroom

Teachers are always looking for ways for their students to practice math skills.  Math puzzles are a great option because they are engaging, independent, self-correcting, and easy to prep. What are Math Puzzles Math puzzles are a hands on option for students to...

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May Math Centers for 2nd Grade

May Math Centers for 2nd Grade

The end of the year can be tricky when it comes to keeping students engaged and learning.  These digital and printable May math centers can be the perfect way to take your math block up a notch so you can keep your students learning through the end of the school...

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Math Centers Storage

Math Centers Storage

You have all these math centers but now what?  Are you wondering what the best math centers storage options are for your classroom?  I have a bunch of storage options that can work for any budget! Math Centers Storage Options on Video If you'd prefer to skip...

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