Kindergarten Math Centers

This week’s Back to School must haves: Kindergarten Math Centers!  Se below the material I use for my math centers, how I run my math centers, and more!


Below is a snap shot of half of my math centers setup.  The bookshelf continues on with green math tubs 1-8.  Below the number math center tubs I have organized all of my math maniuplatives and free play options.  See below for FREEBIE math tub labels.
Click above to grab the FREEBIE math tub labels.
I implemented my math centers last year at the end of whole group instruction.  I would call a group of 2-6 students to my back table.  The remaining students would work on math tubs.  I used a SmartBoard set up for assigning my students to their math centers.  This is the same setup for Daily 5 so the students are aware of it and follow.

Below are some of my math center activities!

The following snap shots come from my Math Centers Super Pack!

Math Center SUPER PACK {15 activities- 150 pages}  Below is a list of the included activities!
* Math Playdoh Mats- 21 pages
* Number Mats- 20 pages
* Dot Cube Roll & Graph- 1 page
* Manipulative Mats- 10 pages
* Match It: numeral, word, dots- 6 pages
* Number Clips- 12 pages
* Number Strips- 10 pages
* Number Stamps- 2 pages
* Number Bonds- 4 pages
* Number Caterpillar- 6 pages
* Rainbow Numbers- 20 pages
* Number Beads – 2 pages
* Part, Part, Whole- 3 pages
* Roll & Graph – 10 pages
* Clock Match- 13 pages

The following snap shots are from my Math Centers Super Pack #2

Math Center SUPER PACK #2 {10 activities} Below is a list of the included activities!

– Shape Books {2 versions} (11 pages)
– Shape Search and Find (5 pages)
– Roll a Shape (5 pages)
– Shape Symmetry (5 pages)
– Number Dot Practice Sheets (11 pages)
– Missing Numeral Racecars (8 pages)
– Greater than/less than/equal to Mats (7 pages)
– Number Word/Numeral Match up puzzles (7 pages)
– Place Value Blast Off! (7 pages)
– Frogs on a Log (8 pages)

The following pictures are from my latest math center super pack #3.  These are by far my most favorite centers thus far!

                                

                                

                                 

                                  

                                  

                                       

                                     

Below are freebie math center recording sheets!  These help to keep the kiddos accountable during their independent math center time!  Click below to download the freebie ๐Ÿ™‚
Are you needing math center binder covers?  I like to store each math center in a sheet protector, then place in a binder!  I know everyone stores things a little different- find what works best for you!  If you would like these freebie covers & more click the picture below!

LOVE this math center freebie from Confessions of a Homeschooler! To grab these freebie click the picture below!
 

Another adorable and fun math center from Confessions of a Homeschooler!  Click the photo below to view this freebie!

Have a splendid week friends!

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22 Comments

  1. Math tubs are an amazing invention. So simple, but yet incredibly effective. I have all sorts of shirts that I like to try and wear that go along with teaching subjects. I have a math, reading and several other cute designs. Teachershirts.com has several school related shirts that not only I love but my fellow staff love as well.

    Alissa

  2. Hi Tara! I have been following your blog for awhile now! I love your math stuff!!! I will definitely be getting this pack for back to school!! I posted a little shout out to you on my own brand new blog! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for helping me to actually get excited about teaching math!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. It is very easy for parents to get wrapped up in themselves and their child and place blame. But that is simply not the case here. My child does many things at a level beyond his own age, and he is still happy and learning and stimulated enough at this school.

  4. Our math instruction sounds very similar. I also teach whole group then small group. I have a power point set up to change every 15 minutes and my students know when they hear the timer go off that means they are to look at the smart board and see where they go next. I have my room set up so they rotate in a circle and it is very similar to the Daily 5 as well. I have been struggling with a way to set up the independent activities a little better and coming up with more activities for them to do. I love the way you have this set up with the tubs and I will be incorporating them into my classroom after Thanksgiving!

    1. Hey there! It's just one of each activity in the basket ๐Ÿ™‚ There are 8 tubs so the kiddos work in groups of 2 on the same activity! Then, I rotate them and they get the chance at a new tub ๐Ÿ™‚

      Tara

  5. Hi Tara, in the Kindergarten themed centers on page 82 in the Snow centers on page 82, there is an error on the math center the numbers read 21 _ 24, can this be corrected easily.

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