Thursday, May 10, 2012

Math Work Stations: Get them for free!

Anyone else's students showing a little too much energy lately??

Mine are.

Just a tad.




Our current Math Work Stations, found online as FREE downloads.
A big thank-you to those who share their work!



DOMINO PARKING LOT


Students 'park' their dominoes in the parking spaces that have the same number.


You can get the parking lot here, from Mathwire.com.



LINK N LEARN NUMBERS


Students attached links to correspond with the number, number word, or amount of dots on their cards.


A great tactile, hands-on activity!
These cards can be downloaded from Childcareland.



FILE FOLDER ACTIVITIES


I found some *free* food-themed file folder games at Preschool Printables:




Students count the seeds and find the corresponding number card to match.

Same idea, but with pepperoni.



ADDITION FACTS


This activity is done on a small pocket chart. Students match the addition sentence with its sum.


I purchased this super cute owl version for under $2 (on sale) from Doodle Bugs Teaching.




MONSTER ADDITION

Students each take a monster math mat. On their turn they roll the dice, then add the 2 numbers together. When they have figured out the sum, they take that amount of wiggle eyes and put them on their monster. 


8 comments:

Mrs. Cupcake said...

I *love* that Keep Calm sign!!
❤Teri
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Lee Ann said...

Thank you for sharing! I also like the sign. I need a copy to hang up in our school's office.

Amanda said...

THANK YOU! Yes, I agree! Today was my student teacher's last day and they were NUTS!!! The next two weeks will be crazy for sure!!! Thanks for sharing!!!:)

Mrs. Lirette said...

Thank you for the great math shares! :)

Mary
Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

Mary said...

I love these ideas. Math can always be fun. My kids will surely enjoy these. Thanks for sharing.

R addington said...

I love it! Perfect for Halloween too. Now I need to go find my googly eyes...

Anonymous said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!

Brooke Eagerton said...

Your Monster eye freebie is a cute way to practice finding sums. Thanks for sharing!
Brooke
Tales from a Fourth Grade MathNut

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