New Math Work Station Swaps

I’ve started digging into the Math swaps I received from all of you wonderful teachers this summer and have been laminating my heart out.  Several of the swaps are going into my Math Work Station tubs for this rotation and I promised that I would share pictures as I used them…so here you go:

Counting Beads on Pipe Cleaners

The children look at the number flag on the top of the pipe cleaner and string that number of beads on to the pipe cleaner.  Great for those K.CC.1-7 Math Standards!

Domino Work Mats

Again, great for the K.CC standards!  The children take a domino out of the bag, count the number of dots on it and place it in the appropriate column.  Before I laminated this one, I glued the activity sheet that was sent with it to the back.  That way if I forget how to play or a parent wants to play with the children, the directions are on the back–laminated on! 🙂

Ladybug Concentration

The children place all the cards on the mat (the game can be found here) and turn two over at a time (like memory/concentration).  I again laminated the directions and standards taught to the back before laminating.

Playdough Math Mats

Mrs. Cobb has them on her site to be downloaded if you’d like. 🙂  The children make the number out of playdough, make the number of blobs and put them on the dots in the first circle and then make their own grouping in the last circle. 🙂

All of these activities are great for the beginning of the year and hit the K.CC 1-7 standards really well!

Kristen 🙂

About Kristen Poindexter

I am the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher, 2014 PAEMST Awardee for Science, and a Kindergarten teacher who blogs about my adventures in teaching!

Posted on September 4, 2012, in Math Work Station Swap, Math Work Stations. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. What great and easy to create math centers! I will definitely be making them ASAP!

    -Amy
    The Puzzling World of Autism

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  2. I’m glad I’ve stopped by here. I love those ideas. My students will love them. I would be making them as well. Thanks for sharing!

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