I am linking up with my sweet friend, the super talented Jivey at Ideas by Jivey, for Workshop Wednesday. This week's topic is Seasonal Math Workshop. I know, I know...I am not teaching math this year (technically), BUT that doesn't mean that I can't show you some of the centers I have on hand, right? Math is my all-time favorite subject and I have pulled out some centers this year when I have extra time with my homeroom kiddos (there are many kids pulled out for extra services at this time). The students who are not pulled out LOVE to see me take out some extra fun math games!
I really can't blame them! Who doesn't LOVE math?!? :)
You are sure to score some amazing Holiday themed products for FREE from the just released 2013 Winter Holidays Tips and Freebies for Grades 3-6 edition (there are also other grade levels available)! Thank you to the amazing Rachel Lynette from Minds in Bloom for compiling the grades 3-6 edition. She is the task card "queen" and I have lost count of how many of her sets that I own!
Fifty TPT sellers are featured with pages and links to free products for you to download! To say I was thrilled to have one of my products chosen for this book and be featured among so many seasoned outstanding teachers, bloggers, and educational professionals is an understatement! What a humbling experience. The free product I created is ELA related, but there are a variety of products available!
The host herself, Jivey, has a great new math seasonal product that can be used now and kept out after the Holidays! Let It Snow Math is full of fun, CCSS-aligned math activities.
It is perfect for the cold months! The snow season lasts a LOOOONG time in WNY!
Last year I used this FREE Winter Themed Constructed Response Practice Problems by Teaching to Inspire in 5th. It had great practice problems aligned to the CCSS and she has many other math seasonal activities available in her store. I love her products!
Another activity I used last year were these FREE Snowman Word Problems by Time 4 Teaching. They were great for my math intervention groups to review one step word problems!
I also have used these engaging, fun Holiday Hoopla Math Centers (there are seven of them!) by 4th Grade Frolics.
Here is a picture of some of the centers from this set after I laminated them.
Before you go, be sure to check out this awesome giveaway that lasts until December 8th where everyone wins! It is hosted by the amazing Erin at I'm Lovin' Lit. Go here to read all about it!