Our December math centers based on B.U.I.L.D. for Kindergarten have been added! They are part of our Kindergarten BUILD math centers growing bundle. At this this time, I am offering the growing bundle in my TPT only. Once the bundle has been completed, I will add the discounted units to my website.
Let me show you what’s inside of our December math centers based on BUILD for Kindergarten:
ROUND 1 OF BUILD DECEMBER MATH CENTERS
B STATION : Make it count file folder game, targeting standards: K.CC.1, K.CC.2, K.CC.4, K.CC.5.
U STATION: Elf mathtivity –> K.G.2, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.CC.6. My students absolutely LOVE mathtivities, they are also perfect to decorate my classroom intentionally.
I STATION: Three printables for students to work independently. Some of my students can work on the independent work by themselves, others just need me to read directions, and other need constant support. C’est la vie!
L STATION: What’s next? [clipacrds] Clipcards are always a hit in our classroom too! Sometines I even put them around the classroom to promote collaboration and some movement!
D STATION: Normally, I will add a booklet with mixed concepts. This one has beginning word problems with more, less, and equal.
ROUND 2 OF BUILD DECEMBER MATH CENTERS
B STATION –> Comparing sets has never been so much fun and concrete that with this “Light Up the Menorah” file folder game.
Watch the clip to see how EASY this file folder is to assemble!
U STATION–> Lighter or heavier than a Christmas tree. Your students will LOVE this fun sort that targets standards K.MD.2
I STATION –> Three great printables that target many skills and concepts.
L STATION –> Comparing sets partner math activity!
D STATION–> Math booklet with counting an comparing sets.
Easy to assemble!
ROUND 3 OF BUILD MATH CENTERS
B STATION –> Counting by tens individual spin game. Every student LOVES a spin game!
U STATION –> A super engaging sort in which students sort different ways to represent a number for 11. 12, 13, 14.
I STATION –> Three printables with different skills and concepts like number sense, comparing sets, and writing a number sequence.
L STATION –> Clothespin math is probably my most favorite math centers because students get o exercise so many thinking skills! The cards are printed on a card stock page, they fit 2 to a page. Then, you will only have to cut in half, and boom! Awesome math center! These clothespin math cards, come in differentiated answer sheets.
D STATION –> Last but not least, the skills in this great booklet are: geometry, counting and cardinality, and number sense.