How do you use these centers?? I love to use them as independent practice in my students math notebooks and then add them to my center rotation when they are ready to practice and use them as games. These centers cover EVERY common core math center! AND they include I Can statements for each standard as well!
You can also have your class glue down just the questions and then have students write in the answers with pencil. Then after you have checked their notebook, you can give them the answer sheet to cut out and glue in their notebooks.
You can print the center two sheets to a page so there isn't a lot of paper waste during the cut and paste part of the lesson.
Students can play the centers as just simple matching, or they can make it into a memory game by flipping the cards over. I have even seen students play the center with a partner where one partner has questions, and the other partner has answers. They work together to figure out how to match the pieces.
Remember, these are available for first-fifth grades!
Here's a sampling of what types of centers are included!
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