This Frosty Fun Winter Math Collection is designed for intermediate classrooms. Free & perfect for winter math centers!
We know that finding math centers for intermediate classrooms can be challenging – and it’s even harder to find free versions. For this reason, we are beginning to create seasonal math centers that will fit into 4th & 5th grade classrooms. If you have specific theme or skill requests, please let us know!
The link to download the complete set of printables can be found by clicking on the red link at the bottom of the post. We suggest printing in color and laminating for durability. Use at math centers of for engaging morning centers.
We have included the following printables in this collection:
Multiplication Game Board This simple game is designed to be used with two markers. Students take turns flipping a coin and moving. The first to the finish is the winner.
Snowflake Multiplication Bump You will find two different Bump! games. One to be used with traditional dice and the other designed for 10-sided dice.
Four in a Row Multiplication Game Students take turns choosing two numbers and multiplying. Students then cover the product. The first player with four in a row is the winner.
Place Value Match Use this set of red polka-dotted cards as a matching game or sorting task. Students match standard form, word form and extended form.
Snowflake Math Supply students with the appropriate number cards and direction cards. Students follow directions, record the problem and solve.
Matching Expressions Students match the expression with its explanation at a sorting center.
Print & Go Pages Four ready to go pages for when you need a quick review or practice activity!
You can download this Frosty Fun Winter Math Set here: Frosty Fun Math
If you are looking for additional winter multiplication games, check out our Winter Find a Fact Pages.
As always, these resources are provided for teacher use. They are for free classroom use. They may not be resold or altered in any way and sold. If you have any questions, just ask!