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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,