Math Centers in the Classroom: Spring

Math Centers in the Classroom: Spring

Math centers are such a great classroom management tool to use in your first-grade classroom! They give students a purposeful activity to review and practice math skills in a fun way. Best of all, it provides an opportunity for you to work with small groups or...
Math Center Ideas for 1st Grade: March

Math Center Ideas for 1st Grade: March

Math Center Ideas for First Graders in March Are you looking for some fun independent math center ideas for your first graders to use during the month of March? Today, I’m sharing 10 easy prep math centers your students will love to use! This month’s...
February Math Centers for First Grade

February Math Centers for First Grade

Are you looking for some new and fresh math centers for the month of February? Today I am sharing my February Math Centers. This set includes 10 math centers that cover a variety of first grade learning skills including: addition and subtraction fact fluency balancing...
Organizing Math Centers: 3 Storage Options

Organizing Math Centers: 3 Storage Options

Organizing Math Centers Are you looking for the perfect way to organize your math centers? Then look no further! Today, I’m sharing three creative and attractive options for storing them. From photo cases (task boxes) packed with fun crafty vibes to manila envelopes...
Place Value for First Graders

Place Value for First Graders

Understanding place value and building two-digit numbers is a key math concept for first graders. Children need a variety of concrete experiences with our base ten number system to build their understanding of place value. In first grade, we are laying the foundation...
Understanding the Equal Sign in First Grade

Understanding the Equal Sign in First Grade

Understanding the Equal Sign Understanding the meaning of the equal sign can be a challenging math lesson in first grade. Today I am sharing some whole-group and center activities to help your first graders grasp this math concept. While this concept can be tricky, it...

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