My Math Animal Fact Sheets: Cute print-and-go coloring pages for fast-finishers, homework practice, and no-prep centers. They come in addition/subtraction and multiplication versions.
Teaching 4 Real's Warming Up With Problem Solving: My students have a hard time with multistep problems so this set was perfect. The little cups of cocoa are super cute and inviting too. I love all the options here.
Pam DAlessandro's Math Puzzles for Common Core: I like using math puzzles in the form of magic squares because they're self-checking. The fonts on this one are super cute and inviting too. That's important to me because it makes them feel less like the traditional worksheets.
Tessa McGuire's Common Core Math Warm-Ups: These set has 40 quick-print worksheets to review 5 common core skills. They're challenging enough for my students and great for spiral review. I can also shrink down and print 2 to a page for homework practice as needed.
Shelly Sitz's Daily Math Warm Ups Third Trimester: This set of review sheets is designed for second grade, but it's perfect for some of my remedial math third graders. The pages are clean and simple, but packed with content. Love that!
I hope these finds have helped you. I'll work on gathering some of my favorite math centers for you too. Until then, don't forget about my bloggy birthday giveaway!