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Category: math centers

Learning Centers – Love Them or Fear Them?

Are you still resisting the idea of using hands-on centers in your classroom? I get it! I was pretty nervous to implement centers. I had so many questions: how would I manage my students’ behaviors? Won’t it take a ton of prep? I don’t have time! As with many new

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5 Tips for Running Effective Math Centers

Math centers add so much value to your classroom. They’re a non-negotiable part in many primary classrooms because when rolled out appropriately, centers promote great learning strategies. They can completely uplevel your teaching! Hands-on access gives kids a chance to explore concepts they’ve already learned and strengthen their skills at

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Primary Math Centers in a Socially Distanced Classroom

We all know math centers are a great way to differentiate and personalize learning for our little mathematicians. They give kids the chance to apply strategies and math thinking independently while staying motivated to learn. They’re also a great way to help students build skills independently while teachers are focusing

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Manipulative MATH

I’m SOOO happy to tell you that the manipulative math flip book is finally here!! I think you’re going to love this one. It’s PERFECT for small groups, centers, and early finishers! Here’s some info… Manipulative Math is a flip book that will help keep your little learners engaged! It will provide a hands-on

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Quick & EASY MATH Centers

Ever wish you could find the perfect math centers? Games that didn’t use up all your ink, saved you oodles of time, and are EASY to organize? Well, you’re in luck! Centers are meant to help students learn independently by being engaged and challenged with hands-on experiences. They allow for

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My Center Rotation Routine

Hi everyone, Lots of you, on Facebook and Instagram, have asked me about my centers. Today, I’m here to show you my daily center routine. I should tell you that I change things ALL THE TIME in my classroom and any of this is subject to change in the near

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