Digital Spring Math Centers
Hey, y'all. Are you as ready for spring as I am? I love all the seasons for different reasons, but I feel I'm ready for some thawing out. What about you?
St. Patrick's Day will be here before we know it! When I taught in Texas, we always had spring break on St. Patty's Day so we didn't really get into all the fun. Here in the Tahoe area, we're usually in school for all the shenanigans, which makes these digital math centers extra fun. ;)
This year, we're using digital math centers instead of printed ones. There are definitely pros and cons to each, but I love how these turned out.
There are digital math centers for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. Each set has four "centers," or skills to practice, and are available for both Boom Learning™ and Google Classroom™.
I love using them on Boom Learning because of the instant feedback students get with the self-checking feature. They're also great on Google Classroom because they are so easy to use and check. It all depends on your personal preference.
Being that these centers are digital, it's super easy to differentiate for your students without the other kiddos knowing who's working on something harder or easier. It's easy to assign one group of kiddos 2nd grade centers while another group works on 1st grade centers. The kids get what they need and no one needs to know anyone else's level of skill progression.
Skills covered in these centers include number order, comparing numbers, subtraction, expanded form (2nd grade only), telling time, and more. You can find out more about each of these units by heading over to my TPT store. Spring Boom Cards can be found here and Spring Google Classroom cards can be found here.
I hope you found some new ideas for your classroom and that you love these centers as much as I do. (They were so fun to make!) I am always adding new resources to my Teachers Pay Teachers store so check back often for new ideas. Have a wonderful week and I'll talk to you soon.