229: Math Centers

Do you want to use math centers in your classroom but you don’t know where to start?

Maybe you’re worried that your kids aren’t going to work independently or you don’t know when you’ll find time to plan and prep math centers when you’re already so busy. Well, I have a solution for you.

This episode is all about the 4 different math centers that you can use in your classroom. I’m making math centers simple so that you don’t have to worry. If you want math to be engaging and hands-on while still covering the curriculum and teaching your kids everything they need to know, look no further.

If you’ve been wondering how to get started with math centers, this is for you!

In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 

  • What math centers are
  • Why you need a bulletin board dedicated to your math centers
  • Integrating the math achievement chart
  • Giving your students opportunities to practice
  • How to make math fun
  • Creating hands-on math activities
  • The value of having guided math sessions
  • Using technology in your math classroom

I hope this makes math centers seem a little simpler and gives you the confidence you need to introduce them in your classroom! Once you get started, you’ll realize you had nothing to worry about.

If you want to learn more about how to run math centers in your classroom, check out Ignited Math! Ignited Math gives you everything you need for your math classroom all year in one place. Get it now at www.madlylearning.com/sp/ignitedmath-short.

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