Save paper and go digital in first grade
I never pictured myself making digital math centers. However, I love the interactive component, along with the fact that there’s no paper to print or anything to laminate and cut. What a relief! Finding the right resources for our students is key. You can use these digital centers in the classroom or virtually. Students love to use them at the computer center in the classroom. In addition to the computer, you can use them on the iPad.
To read more about my favorite digital resources, click here.
What platform are these used for?
The math centers are loaded into Google Slides and Seesaw. However, other platforms allow you to upload Google Slides through their website.
These digital math centers are seasonal so they spiral throughout the year. All first grade skills are included in the year-long bundle because it’s important to constantly review skills throughout the year. Within the bundle, there are four different resources (fall, winter, spring, summer). The seasonal aspect makes it more fun and super engaging for your first graders. Most importantly, they are great spiral review.
How do I assign the centers?
They are most easily assigned through Google Classroom or Seesaw, depending on the platform you use. However, if you don’t use Google Classroom, that’s okay too! You can share the Google Slides link with your students instead. Additionally, you can send them the specific slides you want without sending them the entire thing. So, if you are working on addition to twenty one week, you can just send them the addition within twenty centers.
Try out free math centers!
Ready to try them out? Get four free centers sent directly to your email when you sign up below! You will receive one addition center for each season. As a bonus, these are exclusive to you! They are not included in the entire bundle. You can grab the bundle here.