Math Centers for Use with Google Classroom™


Math Centers for Use With Google Classroom™

Hey, y'all. I've gotten several questions about how to run centers either digitally or while socially distancing. I wrote a post about social distancing centers here

For digital centers, either at home or in the classroom, Google Classroom and Boom Learning are both great options. I have added a TON of digital centers to my Teachers Pay Teachers store if you want to check them out. 


Each of these units has a matching Google Classroom and Boom Learning option. So many of us are using different platforms, I didn't want to limit anyone so I made them available on both. 


The first two pictures are 2-digit addition and subtraction for Google Classroom. Each set includes options for adding or subtracting with and without regrouping. Google Classroom is super easy to assign sets and differentiate learning. 


The next two sets are the same as above but with 3-digit numbers. You could assign the set without regrouping to one set of students if needed and the set with regrouping to the other set of students. Click the pictures for more information. 


Each of the addition and subtraction sets come with two sets of 24 task cards. Students simply type their answers in the text box and submit it when they're done. 


Students can also practice rounding on Google Classroom. While these slides aren't self-checking, students can go back in and edit their work if needed, or you and your class can pull the slides up at the same time to do some guided practice. Students simply move the check mark to the correct answer on the slide. 

This unit includes 5 sets of rounding units with 20 cards in each set. These sets include rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand, mixed practice with tens and hundreds, and mixed practice with tens, hundreds, and thousands. This makes it super easy to assign different students different units if needed. 


For younger students, adding coins and base ten blocks are always a hit in the classroom. Like the sets above, students type their answers into the text box and submit it when they're done. The adding coins set includes an anchor chart on the first slide to help kids along. If you don't want them to use the anchor chart (if you were to use it as an assessment), simply delete the first slide. It's that easy!


This school year is going to be an adjustment, but centers can still take place. They just may look a bit different. There are lots more centers and instructional units in my TPT store and I am always adding new ones so be sure to follow me for all the latest and greatest. 

I hope you found some new ideas for your classroom. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week. 

Stay cozy,

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