Christmas Math Centers for Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade

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Hey y'all! Can you believe it's almost the end of the year?! I just saw an ad for Christmas the other day and while that makes me panic a bit, I also know that it's time to start prepping centers. The dollar spot at Target is already starting to fill up with those adorable mini erasers and I have just the games to go with them!

The first grade Christmas centers were the first math centers I ever made and the kindergarten and second grade ones are very similar, just different levels of difficulty. 

Kindergarten math centers focus on counting, one-to-one correspondence, adding numbers to 10, and missing numbers to 20. 

First grade centers include adding coins, adding and subtracting numbers to 20, missing numbers, graphing, and more. 

If you can find those little gift bags at the Target dollar spot, they make perfect sized holders for game pieces and they're so much more fun than clear plastic baggies. 

Second grade centers look and feel like the kinder and 1st grade ones, but with bigger numbers.

These centers focus on adding and subtracting within 100, number order within 1,000, telling time, expanded form, missing addends, graphing, and more.

Each set has at least 10 centers. You can check out all of the December centers here

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