I LOVE Math Stations and wrote all about them before. For easy stations, you can make fabulous math stations in a fraction of the time by simply cutting up a worksheet into 5 or 6 pieces.
- 1 Math Worksheet
- 1 Answer Key
- 5/6 sheets of different colored paper
- 1 Station Word Foldable**
** This is totally optional as students can simply do the work in their notebooks.
First, I find a worksheet that has all of the topics I am interested in working on. My “teacher edition math book” is of course FULL of these. I print off the Station Templates onto colored paper and cut them in half. (One half is to glue the questions on, one side is to glue the answers on.) I cut the worksheet into 6 pieces and then glue stick them onto the Station Templates. I glue stick the answers onto the matching colored “Answer” sheets and fold them in half. I insert the Stations into clear picture frames for easy viewing (and sharing) and then tape the answers up in a central location.
Viola! I have quick and easy, color coordinated Math Stations. The students get tons of practice while moving around the room. I can help students that need it. The kids love them, I love them. Everybody wins! 🙂
- Geometry – Proof Stations
- Algebra 2 – Trigonometry Review Stations
- Stations using folders – Check out this blog post by Julia Finneyfrock!