Hey everyone! I’m visiting my friend Crystal over at Kreative in Kinder today. I’m sharing a little of my own take on differentiated math stations. Of course, I don’t go a visiting without taking a freebie along with me, so if you want to cash in on my visit, come on over and take a look.
I’ll see you there!
Thanks for the freebie! My kindergarteners always need number practice especially those teen numbers. Great game for a parent volunteer to teach to a small group! Thanks again!
Thanks for describing your math stations and how you differentiate. And the freebie is fabulous! Karla
Mrs. Ryan says
Wow! You’ve given me so much to think about! I love the way you color coded each group. Where did you get those envelopes? It seems like your system would function quite smoothly. Thanks for the freebie — I love it!
April Wolf says
This is an area that I need to re-do this year. Thank you for posting the details of how your math stations work. Love it! I am thinking this is the answer I have been looking for to help organize my math stations. Also thank you for the wonderful freebie!
You know I love your stuff and think you are amazing Marsha! Thank you so much for explaining your math stations and how you differentiate them. I really needed this to be explained the way you did it! This is the perfect year for me to work on doing more differentation since we are beginning RTI. Thank you for the Freebie too!
Loved your Math Stations post! Such a clear and detailed explanation-and a great freebie! Thank you so much!
Peace, Love, and First Grade
I saw your posting through Kreative in Kinder and I loved it! This coming year will be my second year in kindergarten and I have not used math stations so I have been planning those and working on them. You made me think of it on a different (differentiated) level. Your post was so helpful! Thank you for the great inspiration and the freebie!
Marsha, thanks so much for your clear explanations of how you set up your centers. I teach special ed in a small group classroom and so our centers run a little differently but I am always looking for ways to increase student independence. I love the freebie too–we will use this as a pocket chart activity–matching ten frame, numeral and number word. Thanks again!
Thank you so much for the freebie and the detailed explanation. I know that I will try to differentiate more next year.
Thank you for the freebie and for your blog on how you set up your centers.
Miss Kristan King says
Amazing! Thanks for the tips & freebie – I am looking forward to using some of your ideas.
In my district we use enVision Math…my Kinder Team does not though. I am looking for ways to teach math in stations & small groups. Have you heard of Kim Sutton? Her math resources are amazing & that is the guide my team uses for planning.
I look forward to reading more – as a new follower. My blog is: http://crayonconfessions.blogspot.com/
Marsha M. Moffit McGuire says
I haven’t heard of Kim Sutton, but I’ll definately check her out. Thanks Kristan.