# May Math

It’s time to start looking at the math centers that we will use to wrap up our learning for the year! I know there’s still over a month of school left, but these May math centers are perfect to help keep morale high while finishing the math learning in full gear! Get your p~~ina colada~~ pineapple juice ready because we are heading to the beach with this May math! This post has 30 beach themed math activities!

## 10 Math Centers

Counting like and mixed coins

Comparing sets in a less or more game.

Time to the hour and half hour

Balancing equations across the equal sign

Variety of word problems

Three addends or finding ten and counting on

Fraction review sort

Sums to 12 game

Number forms review

Now it is time to fill those little hands with written activities that follow up these fun hands-on centers!

## 10 Printables

Perfect as a follow up written component to a hands-on math center, or an independent practice activity, these 10 printables provide standards based practice in a fun engaging way!

## 10 Math Journal Activities

If you are always looking for more ways to keep your students learning during math rotations, these math journal activities will fit the bill! The activities pair nicely with the centers and printables in this unit making your math rotations easy like a lounge chair… aaaaaaahhhhhhh….we are almost there!

#### Get all 30 activities here!

If you like having centers, journal activities, and printables at your fingertips, you may want to check out each monthly set! Find the bundle HERE.

If you want to know more about guided math or math rotations check out THIS POST.

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Do you have May Math Centers like these but for 2nd grade? I love them, but I need something that has higher numbers up to 1,200. If not is there a way to buy an editable version so I can change the numbers to fit for 2nd grade? Thanks so much! – Sarah –

I am planning to post the first unit this week and a growing bundle to go with it.

Very creative, what grade level do you teach?

This is targeted for first grade standards. It can also supplement second, but the focus was first grade.

Do you have the pineapple money center using Canadian coins?