Weeeelllll, so I wasn't back tomorrow (Thursday), like I had hoped. It was a busy week, and I was SO ready for the weekend. Feeling a little jealous of all those teachers who started Spring Break yesterday! We still have two and a half weeks before our break begins. Hopefully all of the snow will melt by then and we'll be able to enjoy some mild, Spring-like temps. My son was born during Spring Break 6 years ago, and it was a complete blizzard. I'm very ready for the snow and COLD to be done!
Anywho...my math stations run on the same schedule as my lit stations, so they will continue through next week.
I grabbed this page from Sara over at Kindergarten is a Hoot a long time ago and pull it out from time to time. It's a fun little addition page. My students love "rolling" the beans. Then, they color the beans on their page and write the addition sentence. Great practice for those math facts!
Remember when I posted about "Counting Snowballs"? Remember how I was going to use it for math stations back in January? Remember how I had planned to use white pom-poms for the snowballs? Oh boy. I am JUST NOW getting around to this activity.....and I didn't have the patience to dig through my bag of pom-poms for the white ones, so they are counting colorful snowballs in March! Ha!
(And I even heard one little guy this past week say, "This is the best math station!"...and his friend agreed! LOVE sweet Kindergarteners! They are so forgiving and would count snowballs in May if I asked them to.)
"Race to 100"
This activity is a favorite for sure! My kiddos LOVE this partner game. The concept is super simple. They each choose their own color. They take turns rolling the dice and coloring in that many spaces. The partner who lands on 100 wins! It's included in my 100th Day of School pack.
"What's in my Bowl?" graphing game
I filled cheap Take 'n' Toss bowls with a variety of items (each is different). The students grab a bowl and graph what is inside. There are a few questions at the bottom of the page for analyzing their data.
Feel free to grab this page for yourself if you think you'd be able to use it!