Hi Sweet, Sweet Friends!
I am so glad to be bring you another edition of Center Saturday.
This most is dedicated to talk about my MATH weekly work centers.
We have completed all our Math Standards for the year,
so now we are in complete review and
cycling our curriculum to make sure we haven’t forgotten anything.
Our theme this week were Plants and Gardens.
Our yellow table hosted our tough work this week.
Here are the bunny missing addend problems.
I look these cute bunny and carrot notepads and colored markers.
I divided the notepads into 5 groups,
then wrote on each set with a different color marker.
We had to fill in the blank line to finish the addition problem.
Since this idea can send some students into panic,
I give them a number line to make bunny hops.
(Did you get the connection with the bunny hops and
the picture of the bunny holding the carrot?)
I love doing these types of problems because it shows my students
how similar addition and subtraction can be!
The orange table was home to our time review today.
I used this worksheet from Annie Moffatt to complete a quick time review activity.
Red table was the location for our Old Lady Frog Number Writing.
We took differentiated number charts and practiced filling in the numbers to 50.
(Yes, our K standard is less than 50, but settle for less?
We are preparing for first grade!)
Our purple table was a HIT this week.
I printed our 4 different sets of the mats, 2 of the mats per set.
Each student had to take one set and make the picture on both mats.
(One mat has the pattern block outline for each block
while another mat has only the outline for the whole shape.)
Blue table was the location of these lovely flower subtraction problems.
You can see the black set below.
I took the set of notepads, divided them into groups, and
wrote problems on them with colored markers before I laminated them.
Each student had to complete a color set.
They write their answer on the top of the flower with a dry erase marker.
Here is the blue set.
And lastly, our green table held the Fill the Ten Frame game.
This answer sheet has the numbers dotted for us to
MAKE SURE we are writing them the correct way.
This week’s post contains the follow activity sets: