At Istation, we recognize that no resource is as valuable to a teacher — nor as hard to find — as time. Last week, we discussed time-saving reading resource ideas for teachers to add instructional value to morning work for all ages. If you missed the blog, catch it here.
This week, we’re highlighting math resources, games, and activities for teachers to use during stations.
Pre-K to 1st Grade
- Students can play fact practice with a partner.
- Students can find patterns by playing these sorting games.
- Students can play Go Fish while learning about cardinality with a partner.
- Teachers can check out the classroom resources to find number cards, number lines, a 100 chart, and more.
2nd to 5th Grade
- Students can compare fractions using models.
- Students can use dice or playing cards in this multiplication practice game.
- Student can play Fact Practice – Wipe Out for multiplication, addition, subtraction, or division practice. Be sure to check out the tags at the bottom of the page before viewing the file!
- Teachers can check out the classroom resources to find decimal place value grids and charts, dot paper, decimal cards, fraction bars, and more (filter grade 2-5).
6th to 8th Grade
- Students can calculate the missing angles in this matching game.
- Students can play the game Memory and match each attribute to its image.
- Teachers can find ISIP™ lessons for grades 6-8.
- Teachers can check out the classroom resources to find algebraic strip diagrams, coordinate planes, decimal cards, and more.
Be sure to check out the QuantileⓇ Measures website to find additional math resources.
We hope these instructional activities will make it possible to add some time back to your busy schedule. We also recommend checking out the Teacher Station to find projectable lessons, resources, and games to use in your classroom.