Need Some Spring Inspiration for Your Math Centers?
I’m back once again, trying to make your lesson planning easier. I have gathered 10 (+) amazing FREE math centers and activities for spring for grades 3-5. Also, there is a link-up at the bottom where many other teacher-authors will add their free math centers as well. This is your one-stop shop for free math center lesson planning! Enjoy!
If you are a kindergarten through 2nd-grade teacher, check out this Top 10 Free Math Centers for Spring (K-2nd) post!
This is an amazing activity for reviewing multiples. This is a coloring activity that comes with 3 differentiated egg pictures. This would be great for math centers, warm up, early finisher, or even homework!
This is a simple, fun center that is no-prep. It comes with a multiplication sheet, an addition sheet, and a blank sheet. Using the rules for the classic “bump” game, the sky is the limit if you use the blank sheet.
This center activity comes with 6 spring-themed task card about fractions (shown). The students use the task cards to color a two-sided response sheet, one side with a grid, and the other side to answer the remaining questions. This is a great center for reviewing fractions during the spring!
This is a wonderful craftivity that would not only help your students to review the strategies for multiplication but would also bring a lot of color into your room this spring! Students write a multiplication problem on the bottom (a portion of a toilet paper roll) and then they model it using 4 different multiplication strategies. This would also be a great activity to display during an open house or parent-teacher conferences.
This is an adorable no-prep activity for your math centers. It is a classic color-by-number, but your students will have to round decimals to color correctly. This would be a great math center, homework activity, warm up, or early finisher activity.
This is a great center activity that your students will love! The students will match equivalent fractions or improper fractions and mixed numbers using plastic Easter eggs. The students will record their answers and then check their work using QR codes. Nancy even includes a demonstration video on her blog!
This is a really fun craft/ math activity that would be great for around spring break when the kids need something a little different. The students will answer questions about themselves and use those answers to create their Honeybee craft. Then they will complete 3 math activities that include taking a survey, organizing data, making a pictograph, making a bar graph, and using simple fractions.
This is a fun two player fraction game! Each player rolls two dice, creating a fraction. That player fills in that fraction of one of the flowers. The players take turns until one of the players has filled in their entire flower garden. This would be a great addition to your math centers, and can be played over and over again!
This is a really great set of multiplication and division problem puzzles! There are 48 puzzles. These would be great for a math center or early finisher. You can also use them over and over!
This is an amazing activity that will practice a lot of skills! The students will create their own Easter egg using pattern blocks. Then they will complete 2 worksheets about their Easter egg including working on skills such as multiplying fractions by whole numbers, creating equivalent fractions, decomposing fractions, making line plots, and improper fractions. This would be a great review before testing!
Need Even More Ideas for Spring Math Centers?
Check out these awesome FREE center ideas as well! I would love for you to share your FREE Spring Math Centers or Activities! After you link, check out at least 3 of the other centers and leave the author some feedback! Then, share with your friends on social media!