This set of spring centers is packed with math and literacy resources for primary students.
We have created this spring centers collection to help you make it through a little bit of spring fever! We have included a variety of center activities and printable practice pages.
You can download the complete, free spring centers collection by clicking on the bold link at the bottom of this post.
Within this collection you will find:
Fun Stripes Math Facts Game – two versions, one with addition facts, the other with multiplication facts
Spring Multiplication BUMP! – two versions, one to play with two regular dice, the other for two 10-sided dice
Four in a Row Multiplication Game To play, students need a partner and markers for the board. Choose two numbers from the small square. Multiply the numbers. Find the product in the large square and cover it with a marker. The first player to get four in a row wins!
Flutter to the Top This is a two player game. Each student needs a marker. You can have students place with one or two dice. One student rolls and moves that number of spaces. Play continues until the first player reaches the top.
Missing Addends & Factors Pages
Before & After Practice Page
More & Less Practice Pages
Computation Task Cards (adding and subtracting with regrouping – we’ve also included a recording page)
Fry Word Spring Games 10 different board covering the first 200 Fry words
Chevron Contractions Choose how students should play with these cards. You may have students simply sort the cards to match or have students play a memory game with a partner. We have also included a recording page that can be used with the two word cards. Students choose a card with two words and write the contraction the pair forms.
Spring Fluency Sentences We’ve included 16 spring themed sentences with a variety of end marks so students can practice reading fluently. You might choose to place the cards in a basket or hole punch each and put it on a ring.
Compound Word Puzzle Pieces with Recording Page
Nature Exploration Recording Pages Use these at a morning center with the noted item (leaf, seed, flower). Students make observations about what they see and then share questions they have.
Weather Record Students could complete this daily weather log as they enter the room or as a task at a literacy center.
Writing Prompts We have included three different prompts.
***** You can download this complete collection of spring centers here: Spring Math & Literacy Centers ******
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