New Year’s Math Centers!

I don’t know about you, but I’m so excited for the possibilities that 2013 holds!  I’m excited for where it takes me both professionally and personally.  I’m also excited for where it takes my students!
I had a work day today (like many of you) and was planning for the next couple of weeks.  The kids come back tomorrow and I want to be WELL prepared!  
To get ready for math centers, I printed and laminated these New Year’s math centers.
They will be perfect for getting the back in the groove of things.  They will also serve as a great review in case they “forgot” anything over the winter break.
Click any of the pictures to check out the centers in more detail at the 3rd Grade Gridiron Teaching Resource Store.

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They’re also listed in my TpT and TN stores.

I added this post to Denise’s New Year’s Linky Party!
Stop by and check out the other activities and ideas!

When do you and your students start back?

Comments

  1. wish you all the best for 2013.
    FASHION-MEETS-ART by Maren Anita

  2. Dana,
    Thank you for all the fantastic ideas! Have a great year to come!

  3. Thanks! You as well!

  4. You're so welcome! Hope your 2013 is full of awesome opportunities and achievments!

  5. Thanks so much for linking up to Show and Tell Tuesday!
    Those centers look awesome as usual – easy to implement and great for differentiation. You rick, my friend ;)
    Denise
    Sunny Days In Second Grade

  6. Dana,
    You always touch on just what 3rd graders need more practice of! I wish I were still teaching 3rd grade…any desire to move on up to middle school? :) I still read your blog for some inspiration and ideas for my middle school kids!
    Ellen

  7. Your centers look great! :-) I'm sure my 4th graders could use them as well. Thanks!

    Nichole
    Craft of Teaching

  8. I'm teaching Kindergarten and love your site. There are many ideas you use that I tweek for my Kidos. I'm going to use your Anchor Chart Notebook idea- which I found on another post.
    Thanks again,

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