One my bestsellers and personal favorite resources if my 10 Writing Centers for Early Childhood or Special Education. It’s space-efficient, visual, structured, and focuses on a wide range of skills. I decide to use the same structure and setup that has been so successful for my writing centers in creating a math version! Introducing 10 Math Centers for Early Childhood or Special Education! We have been using these centers for the past few months and I am in love! I may even love this set of centers even more than the writing version.
To put it nicely, math is not my favorite subject but this resource makes it so much more bearable! Plus, I have a tendency to focus on math equations. My kids are so far behind on completing math operations and it can be so tricky for some of my kids that I feel like I need to focus all of my math energies there. But in doing so, I’m slacking out so many critical and functional math skills such as time, money, fractions, measuring, estimating, patterns, and more. This resource makes sure my kids are getting a well-rounded math education!
This resource contains 10 Math Centers. Each Center comes with visual directions, worksheets, and task cards.
Include these visual final check and reminder cue cards in each center. A must have!
Here are the centers! Scroll through to see all 10!
I love the schedule that students can use to select their centers:
Check out the video preview to see even more:
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