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Shawna Gilley-Slack

Enhance your kindergarten students' math skills with these interactive and fun math center ideas. Discover activities that will keep them engaged and excited to learn.

Browse over 160 educational resources created by Blocks and Beads in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Shawna Gilley-Slack

These 5 fun 3D shapes activities for kindergarten are a great way for students to learn about shape attributes while having a blast.

Gehad Shoaeb

Do you utilize math rotations in your classroom? Math centers are a great way to incorporate independence and corporative learning skills. It gives you time to work with students one on one or in small groups with skills they are struggling with. I know it can be overwhelming to get started with centers, especially if ... Read More about Time Saving Tips For Math Centers

Sara Foor

Once a child has started mastering basic number and quantity recognition, basic math operations can be introduced. And there is no better place to start

Morgane Chez claire

Reinforce number sense and math skills with these dice math centers. These activities will work on numbers, addition, subtraction, and more!

Kim Stier

These 5 hands on math centers are favorite ideas for developing and building number sense at home or in a preschool, kindergarten, or first grade classroom. Use at an independent center or station or for math tubs, morning work or teaching small groups. Inspired by Reggio provocations, but applied to a public school setting, these invitations extend whole and small group lessons & are fun alternatives to worksheets. The math mats & loose parts reflect seasonal themes for fall, winter…

Elsa Hernandez

Are you working on addition and subtraction? You are going to love this FREE No Prep Math Mat. You just print, laminate and teach. Students can grab some manipultives and put some on the left and some on the right. Then thye can add it up. This FREE Math Center can be found at myfabulousclass.com

C. Beasley

Students love playing the Math Spinner Games for Numbers 1-10 while working on their counting 1-10, number sense and subitizing skills.

Stacey (Tippet) Steuer

Spring fever anyone? It's going around! Kids {and sometimes teachers!} get so antsy this time of year. On most days the weather is so beautiful outside, who wants to be indoors?! And while it's great to try to get students outside as often as possible, there is still learning to be done! So when you...

Carrie Watson

Kindergarten students will enjoy these INSTANT Tubs N Trays activities. These activities can be used for fine motor work and centers.

Shannon Ives