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Greater Than Less Than Center Game

This Greater Than Less Than Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at two numbers and decide if the first is less than, greater than, or equal to the second number, or look at a phrase and decide if it is true or false.

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Place Value Center Game

This Place Value Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a number, and then decide how many tens and ones there are, or count the tens and ones, and write it another way.

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Telling Time Center Game

This Telling Time Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the clock, and then pick the correct answer that shows the time. These are to the hour and half hour.

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Counting Coins Center Game

This Counting Coins Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Ten More Ten Less Center Game

This Ten More Ten Less Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a number and find either the number that is ten more or ten less.

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Odd or Even Center Game

This Odd or Even Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will either look at the picture and decide if the amount is odd or even, or they will be given three numbers, and have to decide which is even/odd.

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Ordinal Numbers Center Game

This Ordinal Numbers Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students have to decide which item is in a certain place up to the 10th place.

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Addition to 10 Center Game

This Addition to 10 Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Patterns Center Game

This Patterns Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the picture, and then decide which object will come next or which will complete the series.

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Sequencing Center Game

This Sequencing Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a group of numbers, and then decide which number/numbers are missing.

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Skip Counting Center Game

This Skip Counting Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will either count by tens, fives or twos to find the answers.

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One More One Less Center Game

This One More One Less Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the number give, and then look at the question (which is 1 less, which is 1 more) and they will have to pick the correct answer. These go up to the number 120.

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Subtraction Facts to 10 Center Game

This Subtraction Facts to 10 Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Commutative Property Center Game

This Commutative Property Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Geometric Figures Center Game

This Geometric Figures Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover naming the shape (circle, square, trapezoid, hexagon, octagon, rhombus, rectangle), 2d and 3d shapes, solving a riddle: (example: I am a closed shape, I don't have any straight sides or corners. What am I?)

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Months of the Year Center Game

This Months of the Year Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover months of the year - students will read a sentence (example: Today is July 31st. What is the date tomorrow?) and they will have to pick the correct answer.

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Fractions Center Game

This Fractions Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover fractions (how much is shaded, how much is not shaded, which shows 1/3, 1/2, 1/4 etc.

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Temperature Center Game

This Temperature Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a thermometer and read the temp, or at a picture and pick the temperature that would represent the picture.

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Days of the Week Center Game

This Days of the Week Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. Students will look at a calendar, and then answer questions that go with that calendar. (Example: Two days after Thursday is... Or what day did my friend share her umbrella with me? They have to look at the picture on the calendar and then find the date and day that matches.

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Measurement Center Game

This Measurement Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. Students will look at different objects and say how many inches they measure, using measuring cups to say how much liquid is in the cup, and look at different measuring scoops.

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Symmetry Center Game

This Symmetry Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at at the picture, and decide if it shows symmetry or pick which one shows symmetry.

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These 1st Grade Math Centers Games are a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice the skills below. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Greater Than Less Than Center Game

This Greater Than Less Than Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at two numbers and decide if the first is less than, greater than, or equal to the second number, or look at a phrase and decide if it is true or false.

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Place Value Center Game

This Place Value Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a number, and then decide how many tens and ones there are, or count the tens and ones, and write it another way.

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Telling Time Center Game

This Telling Time Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the clock, and then pick the correct answer that shows the time. These are to the hour and half hour.

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Counting Coins Center Game

This Counting Coins Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Ten More Ten Less Center Game

This Ten More Ten Less Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a number and find either the number that is ten more or ten less.

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Odd or Even Center Game

This Odd or Even Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will either look at the picture and decide if the amount is odd or even, or they will be given three numbers, and have to decide which is even/odd.

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Ordinal Numbers Center Game

This Ordinal Numbers Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students have to decide which item is in a certain place up to the 10th place.

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Addition to 10 Center Game

This Addition to 10 Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Patterns Center Game

This Patterns Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the picture, and then decide which object will come next or which will complete the series.

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Sequencing Center Game

This Sequencing Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a group of numbers, and then decide which number/numbers are missing.

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Skip Counting Center Game

This Skip Counting Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will either count by tens, fives or twos to find the answers.

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One More One Less Center Game

This One More One Less Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the number give, and then look at the question (which is 1 less, which is 1 more) and they will have to pick the correct answer. These go up to the number 120.

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Subtraction Facts to 10 Center Game

This Subtraction Facts to 10 Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Commutative Property Center Game

This Commutative Property Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Geometric Figures Center Game

This Geometric Figures Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover naming the shape (circle, square, trapezoid, hexagon, octagon, rhombus, rectangle), 2d and 3d shapes, solving a riddle: (example: I am a closed shape, I don't have any straight sides or corners. What am I?)

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Months of the Year Center Game

This Months of the Year Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover months of the year - students will read a sentence (example: Today is July 31st. What is the date tomorrow?) and they will have to pick the correct answer.

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Fractions Center Game

This Fractions Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover fractions (how much is shaded, how much is not shaded, which shows 1/3, 1/2, 1/4 etc.

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Temperature Center Game

This Temperature Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a thermometer and read the temp, or at a picture and pick the temperature that would represent the picture.

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Days of the Week Center Game

This Days of the Week Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. Students will look at a calendar, and then answer questions that go with that calendar. (Example: Two days after Thursday is... Or what day did my friend share her umbrella with me? They have to look at the picture on the calendar and then find the date and day that matches.

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Measurement Center Game

This Measurement Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. Students will look at different objects and say how many inches they measure, using measuring cups to say how much liquid is in the cup, and look at different measuring scoops.

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Symmetry Center Game

This Symmetry Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at at the picture, and decide if it shows symmetry or pick which one shows symmetry.

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Greater Than Less Than Center Game

This Greater Than Less Than Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at two numbers and decide if the first is less than, greater than, or equal to the second number, or look at a phrase and decide if it is true or false.

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Place Value Center Game

This Place Value Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a number, and then decide how many tens and ones there are, or count the tens and ones, and write it another way.

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Telling Time Center Game

This Telling Time Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the clock, and then pick the correct answer that shows the time. These are to the hour and half hour.

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Counting Coins Center Game

This Counting Coins Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Ten More Ten Less Center Game

This Ten More Ten Less Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a number and find either the number that is ten more or ten less.

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Odd or Even Center Game

This Odd or Even Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will either look at the picture and decide if the amount is odd or even, or they will be given three numbers, and have to decide which is even/odd.

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Ordinal Numbers Center Game

This Ordinal Numbers Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students have to decide which item is in a certain place up to the 10th place.

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Addition to 10 Center Game

This Addition to 10 Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Patterns Center Game

This Patterns Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the picture, and then decide which object will come next or which will complete the series.

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Sequencing Center Game

This Sequencing Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a group of numbers, and then decide which number/numbers are missing.

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Skip Counting Center Game

This Skip Counting Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will either count by tens, fives or twos to find the answers.

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One More One Less Center Game

This One More One Less Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at the number give, and then look at the question (which is 1 less, which is 1 more) and they will have to pick the correct answer. These go up to the number 120.

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Subtraction Facts to 10 Center Game

This Subtraction Facts to 10 Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Commutative Property Center Game

This Commutative Property Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

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Geometric Figures Center Game

This Geometric Figures Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover naming the shape (circle, square, trapezoid, hexagon, octagon, rhombus, rectangle), 2d and 3d shapes, solving a riddle: (example: I am a closed shape, I don't have any straight sides or corners. What am I?)

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Months of the Year Center Game

This Months of the Year Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover months of the year - students will read a sentence (example: Today is July 31st. What is the date tomorrow?) and they will have to pick the correct answer.

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Fractions Center Game

This Fractions Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. These task cards cover fractions (how much is shaded, how much is not shaded, which shows 1/3, 1/2, 1/4 etc.

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Temperature Center Game

This Temperature Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at a thermometer and read the temp, or at a picture and pick the temperature that would represent the picture.

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Days of the Week Center Game

This Days of the Week Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. Students will look at a calendar, and then answer questions that go with that calendar. (Example: Two days after Thursday is... Or what day did my friend share her umbrella with me? They have to look at the picture on the calendar and then find the date and day that matches.

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Measurement Center Game

This Measurement Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. Students will look at different objects and say how many inches they measure, using measuring cups to say how much liquid is in the cup, and look at different measuring scoops.

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Symmetry Center Game

This Symmetry Center Game is a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice this skill. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key. With these task cards, students will look at at the picture, and decide if it shows symmetry or pick which one shows symmetry.

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These 1st Grade Math Centers Games are a fun and engaging way for kiddos to practice the skills below. Students can play in groups of four. They all start at the same place, pick a task card, if they get the task card answer correct, they spin and move. This comes with task cards, game board, spinner, and answer key.

Skills covered:

  • Sequencing
  • Odd or even numbers
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Patterns
  • Skip counting
  • Place value
  • Ten more ten less
  • One more one less
  • Addition facts to 10
  • Subtraction facts to 10
  • Greater than less than
  • Commutative property
  • Counting coins
  • Telling time to the hour and half hour
  • Geometric figures
  • Days of the week
  • Months of the year
  • Measurement
  • Symmetry
  • Temperature
  • Fractions

This activity comes with:

  • Game cards/task cards
  • Spinner
  • Game board
  • Answer card
  • Task card sheet

TASK CARDS

HOW TO USE TASK CARDS

I think this is one of my favorite topics!  I absolutely love incorporating games into my classroom – and task cards are exactly that!  It’s really just a problem on a decorated card, but HEY!  They make me so happy – and the students LOVE them!

PRINTABLE TASK CARDS

I’m sure we all know what a printable task card is – but they really haven’t been around for that long if you think about it!  I don’t know who truly came up with the idea, but once they did – it took off in classrooms around the world – and mine was no different!  How could I contain myself – EVERYTHING became a task card set!  Ya’ll – for real!!

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