Looking for a fun teaching idea for area and perimeter? Well look no further as Area and Perimeter Game Unit Squares Puzzles, for CCSS 3.MD.5 and 3.MD.6, will serve as an exciting lesson for 3rd grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource for a guided math center rotation, review exercise, small group work and for an intervention or remediation. I hope you download and enjoy this engaging hands-on manipulative activity with your students!
This article, written by teacher Beth Newingham, teaches readers about the importance of differentiation in mathematics. Newingham not only encourages differentiation, but she also includes several strategies, such as: developmental grouping, math centers rotations, and math workshop enhancements, that can help teachers to provide all students with the differentiated math instruction that they need.
Say It, Make It, Write It Free Printable Mats - How to Use Them Six Different Ways. Find out how to use this one free printable resource in your classroom 6 ways! Perfect for literacy centers, literacy work stations, sight word practice or even your maths
This is the smallest and easiest station rotation chart I've seen. I am using it for both literacy and math learning stations and I'm using it for both an AM and PM section. When I take one class's cards down. I make a note on my desk calendar so I know where to put them the next day.
This file contains everything you need to set up your guided math center rotations. It is superhero themed in primary colors using the acronym H.E.R.O. H- Hands on mathE- Extra fact practiceR- Ready gamesO- on task with teacherThe files contains the following- *group number cards (1-4) with group member recording chart*center rotation cards*center bin labels*blank center explanation cards (one for each center)*group rotation chart for teacher use*math hero sign for board decoration