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? ;)
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.
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.
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.
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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