March Math Centers for the Primary Classroom

Hey guys and dolls, how’s it going?
This year is flying by, and running slow, all at the same time….
yup, that’s how my year has been going, lol!!
I’m back, with March Math Centers for the Primary Classroom!!
It was my goal the year to have fun, meaningful math centers
that my kiddos would enjoy doing, all while learning.
I have been pleasantly surprised at how much they love them,
and I can’t believe that I only have 2 more packs to go!!!
We are really working on combining numbers,
otherwise known as that good ole’ addition!
I’ve even slid in some subtraction practice as well!!!!
We’re even introducing the greater than/less than sign in a cool way!

I have really been pleasantly surprised at how my kiddos have taken to number bonds. 

And using the spinners are their new fave!

This is great for those beginning subtraction skills!

And as much as we graph food, 
I’m finding that I still have a few kiddos who struggle with it!

And of course, I have to fit my cubes in there somewhere!

These kindergarten math centers for March are great for students to practice their skills independently! It includes greater than/less than, addition, subtraction and more!
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