Want to Simplify Your Math Center Lesson Planning?
I have gathered 10 of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day themed math centers and activities here in one place just for you! My goal is to simplify your March lesson planning for Math Workshop. The best part? They are all FREE!
Do you teach a primary grade? Check out my Top 10 St. Patrick’s Day Math Centers (K-2nd)
Without further ado, in no particular order:
This is a set of 12 task cards with questions about divisibility. The best part is that they are self-checking with QR codes! These would make an excellent (and easy) addition to your math centers. She also has a set of super cute matching puzzles that match fractions, decimals, and pictures for St. Patrick’s Day.
This is a fun matching “Memory” type game, where students will match multiplication facts, products, and arrays for the 8’s and 9’s tables. It has easy to follow instructions and could be played over and over again.
This is a cute leprechaun color-by-number type activity. Each section of the coloring sheet has a fraction addition problem with unlike denominators. This is a great way to practice this skill with a fun activity!
This is a set of two-digit by two-digit multiplication task cards. Included are 16 task cards (available in color and black and white), a center sign, and blank cards for differentiation. These would be great for a center, a scoot game, or scavenger hunt.
This is an adorable center game to help students practice multi-step math. The students draw a rainbow number card, roll a dice, and then follow the directions on the dice chart. This would be a great game to add to your center rotation in March.
I love this adorable center activity! There are 24 rounding task cards (12 with whole numbers to the hundred thousand place and 12 with decimals to the thousandths place). These would be great for a small group center activity, scoot, or a scavenger hunt.
This is a geometry bingo game with a St. Patrick’s Day theme. It comes with 3 different bingo cards. It reviews the types of lines and angles. This is would be great for a whole class review of geometry or center game!
This is a great center activity for practicing multiplication facts 2-12. It can be played over and over since each round is different. Students answer multiplication problems and collect gold in their pots. It also includes a fun St. Patrick’s Day multiplication worksheet that reviews odd and even numbers.
This center is so creative! Basically, the student reviews using a coordinate plane by arranging pieces of a puzzle to create the picture above. This would be a great addition to the center rotation!
This is one I just finished a few days ago, so I just had to share. This center can be differentiated by using different fractions. It can be played as a game with two players, or it can be an individual activity. It comes in full color or black and white. Enjoy!
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