Math Madness Wednesdays: Math Centers From A Guest Author!

Hi Ya’ll!
My name is Pam from SOL Train Learning and I am so excited to be a guest for Krista today. I know Krista always has some awesome math ideas and products that she shares every week, and I hope you will enjoy our products as well. I am thrilled to be able to share just a few of the math centers and games that I do with my kiddos! I run my math groups like I do my guided reading groups and I love it. My students are involved in many areas of math every day, and it gives me an opportunity to work with smaller groups as well.
This is a measuring center that I did with smaller groups.  We made GAK.  They loved it!
Some of you may already know my class mascot, Quality Quentin. He helps my kiddos to be quality students. The reason I am introducing him to you is you will see him on some of our centers.  My kiddos love seeing him pop up on their work:)
These are some of the sheets that are in our Money Bundle that I use during math groups. It is always fun playing games.
These coin books are also in the bundle.
This bundle has a 4 week daily lesson plan, coin rap, puzzles of our coin rap, games, coin chart,coin books, and printables.
This is a great center to do! We love pattern blocks! And my students got very creative with them.
Cat in the Hat with Thing 1 and Thing 2
Benjamin Franklin
This is the president in his office.  See the picture of the Monument?  Wow!!
I am blessed to have these computers, to do this great math center! One of the programs I use is Moby Max. Y’all can try the program for free for a month to see if you like it. The kiddos work at their own ability levels.
I use M&Ms at a center to teach fractions of groups.  I do this group myself and let them have some to eat when they finish:)
We would like to say thank you to Krista at Teaching Momster for having us as her guests!
We loved sharing our ideas and products with you and hope ya’ll found some great math games and centers that will be useful in your classrooms!