Need a little inspiration for Math Centers for St. Patrick’s Day?
I really wanted to gather some amazing math centers and activities that you can use for St. Patrick’s Day. Hopefully, having all these FREE centers in one place will make your March math workshop lesson planning easier. These center activities and games were created by some very talented teacher-authors, and you should check out some of their other great products. Also, check out the bottom of the post for even more FREEBIES from many other teacher-authors!
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Ok- here we go, in no particular order…
These task cards are a great way for students to practice counting change. Included are 20 full-color task cards for counting change and a recording sheet. These would be great for a center activity, scavenger hunt, or scoot game.
This is a great matching center for St. Patrick’s Day. The students will match the ten frames to a number. This would work for a small group matching game or a scavenger hunt.
This is such a cute and exciting game. Students roll 3 dice, add them together, and then cover up the sum on the bingo card. The first player to get 5 in a row wins! There are 5 different cards included. This would be a very easy center to prepare!
This is a great sorting activity with odd and even numbers. It comes with 32 two digit number cards and 32 three digit number cards for easy differentiation. This is a great hands-on center activity for St. Patrick’s Day!
I don’t know about you, but I love using Interactive Math Journals during my Math Workshop. This entry includes 3 story problems with a number line included. What a great idea!
This resource comes with 6 measurement task cards (available in full color and ink saver) and a recording sheet. This would make an excellent center activity!
This is such a simple activity but is so much fun for the kids. The best part is that you can use it over and over again. The students use gold coins to create an addition problem. Then they write the number sentence with a dry-erase marker. You could also have the students draw coins in the pots in response to a word problem. This is a great addition to the math center rotations!
This product includes 2 fun no prep games- one addition and one subtraction. These could be used over and over again, and would make a great addition to math centers because they are so easy to prepare! Fun Games for Learning also has a FREE St. Patrick’s Day Math Printables packet that includes 3 game boards and a math puzzle that you should check out!
I added both of these because they are so easy to prep (just print) and my students love completing them! Basically, students follow directions for which boxes to color and it creates a picture. She has 2 versions for the rainbow picture and 4 versions for the hat picture for differentiation.
This is such a creative math game! The students use ten frames and addition facts to try to get 5 coins in a row. It not only is it reinforcing basic facts, it is teaching students strategy. Your kids will love this center game!
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