If you've ever questioned how to make math stations work, you'll find this photo-filled, idea-packed resource invaluable. This book extends Debbie Diller's best-selling work on literacy work stations and classroom design to the field of mathematics. In Math Work Stations you'll find ideas to help children develop conceptual understanding and skills, use math vocabulary as they talk about their mathematical thinking, and connect big ideas to meaningful independent exploration and practice. This book details how to set up, manage, and keep math stations going throughout the year. There's even a chapter devoted solely to organizing and using math manipulatives. Each chapter includes:
Throughout the book, Debbie has included hundreds of color photos showing math work stations in action from a variety of classrooms in which she has worked. Charts, reproducible forms, and math work stations icons are included to provide everything you'll need to get started with stations in your classroom right away.
Great practical activities to use. So many things and so little time.Published 1 month ago by Julie
Fantastic resource for teachers wanting to do math stations (or centers). My fuss is that my copy did NOT come with the DVD. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel G. Mueller
Provides clear ideas and examples for setting up and running math work stations. Has an appendix that contains print-ables for games in the book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen Johnson
What a great book. Jam packed with ideas to implement in the classroom. My colleagues have ordered copies of the book too.Published 4 months ago by Donna Cockell
This is a great book. It's so helpful in planning new centers and gives so many fun ideas to use in the classroom. Very easy to follow.Published 5 months ago by Sami L.
Easy to use. Great ideas to implement immediately! This book greatly supports teaching to common core standards. Worth the money.Published 6 months ago by techgal