# Math center activities

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Math center activities. Get inspired and try out new things.

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Shawna Gilley-Slack saved to School Fun

### Activities that develop early math skills are our favourites! We love working on our number recognition, counting skills, subitising and 1:1 correspondence. This “Build a City” activity…

Caroline Cox saved to Math

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Cloe Saunier saved to amazing pools

### Click to find out how I run this low-prep math fact fluency center in my classroom all year long!!

Kelly Saito saved to Math

### At the beginning of the year, it is important to teach and practice procedures for math centers before jumping into rotations and groups! I'm sharing my favorite tips for setting up and launching math rotations in your elementary classroom! I share my step-by-step process for starting math centers in 1st grade! You can also grab some free beginning of the year math games and a guided math workshop lesson planning binder with schedules, center organization, lesson planning templates, and…

### Use hands-on and engaging activities with math manipulatives to reinforce one-to-one correspondence skills, number formation, counting and more!

Aimie Young saved to Education

### Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...

Ashley Powell saved to Interactive Math

### How to set up a math center in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. Math center materials, labels and more! #preschool #teachers #kindergarten

Live Well Play Together saved to Tot School

### These 5 hands on math centers are favorite ideas for developing and building number sense at home or in a preschool, kindergarten, or first grade classroom. Use at an independent center or station or for math tubs, morning work or teaching small groups. Inspired by Reggio provocations, but applied to a public school setting, these invitations extend whole and small group lessons & are fun alternatives to worksheets. The math mats & loose parts reflect seasonal themes for fall, winter…

Elsa Hernandez saved to Math Activities