In this center, students stamp the body and label in pencil the body parts.
I heart dice games! In this games, students can play alone or with a friend. They use bears as a game piece. They role the dice and whatever they land on, they move fwd that many spaces. The student to get to the end first wins. If they are playing alone, they keep rolling the dice until they get to the end and then start over. You can purchase my dice game unit that is 38 pages, all themes, here for $4. Kids love these!
Students choose a card and use the shapes to make the picture.
students use clothes pins to count the dots and clip that many clothes pins to the plate. When they are done, they remove the clothes pins and grab another plate. This is a cheap center activity that the kids enjoy, it's great for fine motor, and it is easy to put 20 different plates so they keep going and don't finish too early.
Another way to use the plates is to have small counters (I used bears) and have them place them on each dot. This is good for teaching one to one.
In the science center, I will have various activities. Here students can use the anatomy apron to continue to learn about our body.
We also have a blocks center and mobilos...more center favorites. I would love your feedback. What are you doing in your math centers?