Centers, March, Math

How Would You Use these Math Center Materials?

I always loved setting up different math centers. Centers where students can explore freely while learning and practicing math skills.

March Math Center Materials includes:

  • shamrock number cards (1 – 100 plus blanks to add numbers)
  • counters (individual and groups of ten)
  • math mats (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, counting, and place value)

I’d love to know how you would use them in your classroom!

Would you make one center activity with these materials or multiple center activities? Would you create a center that allows for differentiation? Leave your ideas in the comment section below!

Here are additional March Math resources you’ll love:


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Top Picks for March Lessons!

Here are My Teaching Library’s Educational Top Picks for March

These first top picks are resources that can be used througout the month and have a March (St. Patrick’s Day) flare…

March: PreK-Kindergarten

March: 1st-3rd Grades

March: 4th-6th Grades

Next, since Springbegins March 20th, here are my top picks with aSpringflare…

Finally, here are my top picks centered around fun daily observances and historical events…

March 4th: National Grammar Day

March 6th: National Dentist Day

March 7th: Alexander Graham Bell received a patent for the telephone (1876)

March 10th: Daniel Boone began exploring Kentucky (1775)

March 14th National Pi Day

March 14th Eli Whitney received a patent for the cottin gin (1793)

March 16th Hawthorne published The Scarlet Letter (1850)

March 17th: St. Patrick’s Day

March 18th The Stamp Act was repealed (1776)

March 20th: French Language Day

March 21th: World Poetry Day

March 23rd U.S. Mint produced its first coins by press (1836)

March 25th: Tolkien Reading Day

March 30th: Alaska was sold to the U.S. by Russia (1867)