Digital Multiplication Practice

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Hey, y'all. With the push to go digital, it has become easier than ever to differentiate for my students. When I would differentiate in the classroom with paper and pencil work, students always knew who got the more advanced or less advanced work. But with digital centers and activities, everyone gets what they need without anyone else knowing about it. 
digital-multiplication-practiceThese multiplication sets are broken up into four different sets: 0-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Students progress through each set and when they can show mastery of a set of facts, then I can easily push out a new set of cards for them to practice with. 
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What I love about Boom Cards is that they are self-checking and give students immediate feedback. Whenever they get an answer incorrect, Boom lets them know right away. And on the teacher side of the program, I can easily check which questions they missed and how they are progressing with each set. 

The kids love learning their multiplication facts and showing off how smart they are. I love that these cards are paperless, but could be printed if I wanted to. 

I hope you found some new ideas for your classroom. I'm always adding new resources to my Teachers Pay Teachers store so check back often for the latest and greatest. Have a wonderful week and I'll talk to you soon.

Stay sweet, 

Digital Winter Math Centers

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Digital Winter Math Centers

Hey, y'all. I don't know about your kiddos, but mine are loving these monthly digital math centers. I'm loving that I'm not hitting my copy limit or lugging papers home to grade. The digital aspect has been a game-changer in our classroom. 
digital-winter-math-centersKindergarten students practice simple subtraction, finding the missing addend with small numbers, number order to 20, and comparing numbers. Each of these centers are available as Boom Cards and for Google Classroom
digital-winter-math-centersFirst grade students practice similar skills like finding the missing addend, number order, and comparing numbers, but they use slightly bigger numbers. And instead of simple subtraction, firsties work on fact families. You can find the Boom version for first grade here and the Google Classroom version here
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Second graders have the same skill practices but with 3 digit numbers. And instead of fact family work, they practice writing numbers in expanded form. I love using these as Boom Cards because of the self-checking and instant feedback Boom gives students. If you're using Google Classroom instead, the cards are the same, but you have to check them on your own. 

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And if your second graders need some more practice adding and subtracting, these digital task cards are a great way to get in more practice. There are 36 cards in all: 12 addition with regrouping, 12 subtraction without regrouping, and 12 mixed practice without regrouping. The Boom cards version progresses through all 36 cards and is self-checking. The Google Classroom version is divided into 3 different sets so you can easily differentiate, but is not self checking.

I hope you found some new ideas for your classroom. I'm always adding new resources to my Teachers Pay Teachers store so check back often or follow me for the latest updates. Have a wonderful week and I'll talk to you soon. 

Stay sweet, 

December Digital Centers for Primary Grades

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December Digital Centers for Primary Grades

Hey, y'all. Can we just fast forward to Christmas? Cozy blankets, roaring fireplace, hot cocoa, gentle snowfall... No? Well at least we can start getting our digital December math centers ready. 

Digital centers make it super easy to keep the kids engaged, keep them socially distant, and save tons of paper. And who doesn't love to curl up with a blanket and work on math? ;)

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Each of these units is available for Boom Learning and for Google Classroom. The beauty of Boom is that it's self-checking and offers students immediate feedback. 

Kindergarteners work on simple addition, counting with ten frames and base ten blocks, and comparing numbers. You can find the Boom version here and the Google Classroom version here.

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First graders practice finding the missing addend, adding US coins (pennies, nickels, and dimes) and base ten blocks, and telling time to the hour and half hour. Second graders practice using expanded form, adding US coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters), finding the missing addend, and telling time to five minutes. Each of these sets is "holiday" themed, without being too "elf" or "Santa." First grade sets can be found here and here, while second grade can be found here and here

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I've also taken the print version of the holiday addition and subtraction scoot game and made it digital for Boom Learning. Now, students can practice addition skills anywhere. Maybe you have one of those kiddos that needs a little extra time. (I mean, don't we all?) Give them the game digitally and then there's no need to rush. 

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There are two levels of play: numbers to 20 and numbers to 100. This makes it super easy to differentiate based on students needs and abilities. The self-checking feature and immediate feedback allows students to fix their mistakes and address any misunderstandings right away. So easy!

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I am always adding new resources to my TPT store, so stop by often and check them out. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you found some new ideas for your classroom. Have a wonderful week and I'll talk to you soon. 

Stay sweet, 

Digital Math Centers for October and November

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Digital Math Centers for October and November

Hey, y'all. Our digital math centers are in full swing around here and the kids are loving it! Fast forward to October and November and check out the units coming up. 

"Centers" in the traditional sense of the word are hard to come by when we have to socially distance ourselves from each other or we're teaching online classes. That's why the tech piece has been so beneficial. 

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October is one of my favorite months, even if it's one of the hardest months to teach it. (It's true. Research has proven it.) But that doesn't mean the kids can't have fun. With the October kindergarten math centers, students work on things like addition and subitizing, recognizing teen numbers, adding 1, and simple number order. These are offered both as Boom cards and for use with Google Classroom.

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First graders also work on number order, practicing finding the missing addend, 1 more/1 less, 10 more/10 less, and adding ten. The Boom cards are self checking, but a Google Classroom version is also available. 

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Second graders work on the same skills as first grade but with larger numbers. You can find the Boom version here and the Google Classroom version here. Each set has 38 cards with four different activities to practice with. 

Digital centers work well for at home learning, classroom centers, or in small group lessons. With the self-checking feature on Boom, you can quickly see how well students are performing on each activity and track their progress. 

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If your kiddos finish their centers quickly, there are Halloween centers that are perfect for October, too. The kids work on the same skills throughout the month but with a little holiday flair. 

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You can find the Halloween Boom card centers here and the Google Classroom versions here. The activities are almost identical across the platforms with only minor adjustments for the different platform limitations. 

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If your kindergarteners are still working on number order, these Boom card centers will help with their practice. The first set includes numbers to 20 and the second set includes numbers to 100. The beauty of digital centers is that it makes it so easy to differentiate based on students' needs. 

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Students simply click and drag the missing number to the pumpkin. These centers are self checking and give students immediate feedback. So simple but so effective!

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In November, kindergarteners practice simple addition, using ten frames to 20, counting, and using base ten blocks to 20. You can find them for Boom Learning and for Google Classroom.

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First graders practice time to the hour and half hour, comparing 2-digit numbers, base ten numbers, and 1 more/1 less, 10 more/10 less. Second graders compare 3-digit numbers, read numbers in expanded form and write them in standard form, tell time to five minutes, and solve word problems. First grade centers can be found here and here. Second grade's can be found here and here

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Whew, that was a lot. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you found some new math centers for your students. I am always adding new resources so stop by often to check out the latest. Have a wonderful week and I'll talk to you soon.

Stay sweet,