# Math Centers

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## Place Value Math Centers

### In kindergarten, students begin to learn about place value by decomposing numbers into 10 and some ones. In first grade, students begin to transition to decomposing bigger numbers and exploring concepts of place value by decomposing numbers up to 100. Why teach place value? What do students need to do this? They’ll need to know...

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## Spring Math Centers For Kindergarten | Matemáticas Para

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## Decomposing Math Center Activities

### Hello there! I’m writing to share decomposing math center activities you can use to reinforce ideas of decomposing. Keep reading to grab the freebie at the end of this blog post. I have shared decomposing activities before. I love teaching decomposing! It’s a tricky concept, but there are TONS of activities you can use to...

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## Place Value Math Centers

### In kindergarten, students begin to learn about place value by decomposing numbers into 10 and some ones. In first grade, students begin to transition to decomposing bigger numbers and exploring concepts of place value by decomposing numbers up to 100. Why teach place value? What do students need to do this? They’ll need to know...

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## Place Value Games 4th Grade & 5th Grade, Anchor Chart, Digital Online Activities Printable Dice Game

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## FREE Multiplication Activities

### The resources in this blog post are a perfect fit for the third grade classroom. You may use them as early finishers or math centers for students to practice their fact fluency. Fill out the form located at the bottom of this post to receive the free printables! 1. Multiplication – Dot Math I made ... Read more

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## How to Set Up the Math Center in an Early Childhood Classroom

### How to set up the math center in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom. FREE path game!

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## Editable Center Rotation Chart

### Browse over 200 educational resources created by Ally Riopelle - Coloring Sunshine in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

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## Free Search for Sums of Ten

### Hello, Teaching Friends! EVERY young math learner can benefit from some extra practice with sums of ten. Whether you call them sums, combinations, or even friends of ten, your students need to know these pairs of numbers well as they move toward toward using ten as a benchmark number when adding within 20, and even beyond. This is the foundation. Here's a fun way to build it up strong and fluent. Here's an easy prep and engaging math activity for you and your kiddos. It's great for math centers (with a handful of manipulatives to support your earliest learners), for independent work, or for early finishers. Print and copy, or print instead on colorful cardstock and laminate for an instant task card. Number searches like this are very appealing to students and a great way to practice both basic facts and more complex combinations. They are challenging and engaging enough that you can feel comfortable having these set up as an activity for your early finishers, or even sending the blackline version as a fun homework alternative. Click here to download your free copy from Google Drive. Want to learn more about how this early exposure to composing and decomposing transfers to other math areas across the grades? Here's a great post by Donna at Math Coach's Corner. If you'd like your students to have even more practice with composing and decomposing numbers, this set of number searches at my TpT store includes searches for the sums of 5 through 20. It has both blackline printables like the one above and partner games like Thinking About Thirteen, pictured below. How many more combinations for 13 can you find in the picture? I don't know about you, but a challenge like that tends to keep me compulsively searching. aka Sneaky Learning Disguised as Fun! Here's the complete collection. Click here or on the pictures to see it at my store. Happy Teaching!

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