How are you implementing math stations in your classroom?
Stations are a great way to review for a test or explore an idea in depth. There are some good videos on this site that you might find helpful if you haven't seen them already (just type in math station in the search bar). I also found this to be a good resource for math stations:
Hope that helps!
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If you do not have the Debbie Diller Math Staions book get it. It is wonderful. She tells you how to organize, begin, and continue to build on what you have in your math stations. I have both the Math Staion, Literacy Staion, Small Group, and Spaces and Places. She is awesome.
ps. if you are looking for more station ideas, pinterest is an amazing resource too full of creative ideas!
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