Math Centers For First Grade

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  1. teacherbell

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    I have a lot of ideas for literacy centers but I want to add more math centers. What are some math centers that you use? Thank you in advance!
     
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    I have seen so many through Scholastic, especially for the younger grades! They are in the reproducible professional books. Mailbox also publishes some reading centers.
     
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    - throw two dice and add them (write the equation)
    - bingo (I made boards and put them in a ziplock with dice and bingo chips)
    - games from Scholastics
    - laminated flash cards that they write the answer on
    - tangrams and shape pictures
    - patterning games
    - number puzzles (trace numbers, cut in 3 and and write the # on one piece, the word on another and dots on the last)
     
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    Deck of cards w/out the face cards (or use then as 10's), kids play "war" but turn up TWO cards, whoever has the higher sum wins.
     
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    Or play "war" but who ever adds the two cards together first wins.
     

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