Friday, December 09, 2011

Math Work Stations

Our Math Work Stations for this week:

MAKING NUMBERS WITH PATTERN BLOCKS
Students make numbers by covering the template with pattern blocks.
The templates for this activity can be found here.

PIGGY BANK BOOKLETS 
This booklet was used for practice with pennies, as well as counting and one-to-one correspondence. 
Students could use stamps or do coin rubbings to put the coins into the piggy bank on each page.
Find the student booklet and work mats {fully editable!}
American Piggy Bank Money Unit {here}
Canadian Piggy Bank Money Unit {here}
GINGERBREAD MAN ROLL-A-NUMBER
 
Students took turns rolling a die. Using a Bingo dauber, they put a dot on the picture of a die that matched their roll. The first player to fill their sheet is the winner.
This great,  free activity is from Mrs. Albanese's blog, and can be found here.

FILE FOLDER ACTIVITIES
These activities are downloaded from Preschool Printables. The activities I have included at this station are Mitten Match, Gingerbread Buttons, Christmas Tree, and Christmas Lights.

CHRISTMAS SHEPHERDS & SHEEP
Students take turns rolling a die, then cover that many sheep with pompoms. The first player to cover all of their sheep is the winner.
This activity can be downloaded here.

CLOCKS
Previously posted about here, students use number squares to assemble their clocks. The numbers are affixed onto the clocks with velcro dots.
This fun, free activity is from Mrs. Williamson's Kinders, and can be found here.

6 comments:

Dawn said...

You have a really great blog.
Dawn
http://literacymathideas.blogspot.com/

Alessia Albanese said...

Oh I'm sooo glad your kids liked my Gingerbread Roll a Number game! Thanks for the shout-out!

ΡΌ Alessia
Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

Anonymous said...

I absolutely LOVE your blog!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the pattern block number activity! I am always looking for neat center activities!

Karly Larimore said...

I love your blog! Thanks for sharing your ideas. I teach kindergarten at a private Christian school in Virginia and will definitely be using some of your ideas!

Tea Brain said...

Loving these. We've got pattern block shapes which could be laminated back to back, as well as HEAPS of other maths and literacy stations at Teacher Brain!
http://www.teacherbrain.com.au

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