Math Work Stations

Here is what our Math Work Stations look like.  
The I Can chart is based on our learnings thus far.  
It will be revised as we continue to grow and learn as mathematicians.

There are 11 Math Work Stations in our room.

Most games involve one of the three topics from our I Can Chart.

On average, our work station time is 15 minutes long.

For now, I am monitoring groups. 
Soon, I plan to meet with students.  

Happy Teaching and Learning!


  1. Looks like a ton of fun! I want to play too!


  2. I have those same little pumpkins and ghosts. These are great ways to use them.

  3. I love the Roll Mr. Potato Head game. Did you make this? Can you tell me where I might be able to purchase it or download it?


  4. Would love to know how to get a copy of the Mr. Potato Head game as well. Well, I would love to get all of your creative math stations. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I would also love to get the Mr. Potato Head game. Is it available to download or purchase?

  6. The Mr. Potato Head game I found online and it has been a big hit. Google Heidi Samuelson wiki. I have also seen it on Play2learn printables.

  7. These are such awesome ideas! Thanks for sharing them and also letting us know where to get the Potato Printable. Fun, fun!!!! I like your Jack-o-lantern game too. The caption says something about using the concept of the Potato head game with a twist...will you share what your twist is??? =)

  8. When you roll number is BOO. You have to take one object away. The kids love it for some reason! We talked about the number 6 during calendar and one student said like BOO! Too cute!

  9. What is the activity with the ice cubes tray?
    Great blog!
    Thank you

  10. Yay! I love, love, love your Mr. Potato Head! I also love how you displayed your post! BEAUTIFUL!

    Thanks for not leaving me hanging with my linky party. I can always count on you!

    Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

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  12. Hello! Your blog is fantatstic! Could you elaborate on how exactly to play the roll Mr. Potato head game and also what is the activity with the ice cube tray and pipe cleaners? Thanks so much!

  13. Amanda,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Mr. Potato Head is a simple dice game that I found online last year. It can be found of Play2Learn and via google...Heidi Samuelson. I believe she is the creator of this great game.

    The ice cube trays and pipe cleaners are used by the children in many ways...for sorting, patterning and counting. I have a pair of dice there as well. I didn't just want them to do the same thing each time with the beads. So, I gave them a few options and some different tools to use for variety.

  14. Such cute ideas. I will be getting some of these on our shelves this week. Thanks for sharing.


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