I love teaching math, which was not always the case! Small group instruction, centers, independent work, and more hands-on learning with Math Rotations really changed the game for me.

Check out a few of the posts below to explore how I plan for, launch, and teach math using the Math Rotation system:

Setting up Math Rotations

This Introduction post can give you a good, big-picture view of Math Rotations and the different centers.

As you can see, I divide my Math Rotations into four centers. Click each center below to be taken to each one for its description, helpful resources, and more:

If you're curious how I launch these at the start of the year, I ran a "Getting It Started" series where I go into more depth around organization and set-up. This is a two-part post {{PART 1 and PART 2}}, so be sure to read both and watch the video in Part 2:

PART 1   and   PART 2

If you are interested in any of these resources for your own classroom, I have the Math Rotation Posters and Planning Sheets available for purchase on TpT:

If you're for more information on Math and how I teach it in my classroom, be sure to check out the rest of my posts HERE. And for more resources, find my math products on TpT HERE.

Happy teaching!

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