# Math centers 5th grade

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### My favorite ways to teach place value in 4th and 5th grade: At the beginning of each year, I always start with place value. When you consider regrouping, multi-digit multiplication, or any dealing …

Nancy Arroyo saved to Place value

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Katy Shetterly saved to 7th grade math

### Want to implement guided math centers in your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade classroom? Grab lots of FREE math centers to try out here!

Jeanne Calloway saved to Centers

### Comparing fractions can be hard for students AND teachers. Here are 3 tips to make comparing fractions more engaging for your 3rd graders!

Mishelle Aust saved to 4th Math

### I love teaching math, which was not always the case! Small group instruction, centers, independent work, and more hands-on learning with Math Rotations really changed the game for me. Check out a few of the posts below to explore how I plan for, launch, and teach math using the Math Rotation system: Setting up Math Rotations This Introduction post can give you a good, big-picture view of Math Rotations and the different centers. As you can see, I divide my Math Rotations into four centers…

Sandy Santora saved to Math

### It was my second year of teaching 3rd grade when I decided to move towards a math workshop model. My students were struggling with many math concepts and whole group instruction was not helping. The idea of math centers sounds great, but it can quickly get overwhelming. I’ve listed some problems I faced and also […]

Abigail Diane saved to Math (teaching)

### Do Math Centers mystify you? Well, let me simplify them! I was never satisfied with how my math rotations went, but NOW I LOVE my math class setup!

Heather Huling saved to Education Stuff

### When I taught whole group, or had every student rotate through the same centers each week, I was barely keeping my head above water. I was ALWAYS putting out fires while a line of students followed me around the classroom asking for help. Sound familiar?

Missey Evers saved to Math ideas

### It’s around this time of year that things start to get a little stressful. You feel like you have so much to go over and so little time. It won’t do anyone any good to just pick random worksheets to review each day before the big test. That’s not the best way to use your […]

Brittany Noel saved to Teaching