Math centres is an example of the learning centres we looked at in class. I think it hits on some ways to differentiate lessons and engage students. I think it hits on professional practice as its a great resource to use in the classroom.
My students love these number puzzles. They are a great way to practice different strategies for adding and subtracting two-digit and three-digit numbers. They help students play with decomposing numbers to build addition and subtraction math strategies
Math Workshop- this teacher explains exactly how she conducts her guided math lessons in her third grade classroom. (extremely informative post that includes a FREEBIE!) and now she also has detailed lesson plans!
Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers Abby
FREE Multiplication Centers to help your students memorize their multiplication facts and build fact fluency. A mix of printable games, logic puzzles, and hands on activities that are perfect for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade math centers and stations!
Use tactile dice and a Perkins Brailler for recording the numbers! Counting on from any number math stations where students roll the dice to figure out the number and then count forward (Building Number Sense in First Grade)