# January Math Centers – Snowman Math!

## December 27, 2014

While I have spent most of the past week drinking and eating and loving the holiday season, I found some time to post my January math centers and wanted to share them with you all!

This month’s theme is all about SNOW!

As always with my math centers, they are set up the same as the previous months, review a bit from before, and cover some new concepts.

Some of the new winter activities include:
###### Snowy is Missing!

In this center, students have to figure out the number pattern (2s, 5s, or 10s) of each card and find the snowman that fits in the middle.

A new skill included in this unit is non-standard measurement.
###### Snowy Footprints
This is a fun center that the students love! It requires a little bit of prep, but it is definitely worth it. While the kids are out of the room, you tape the 8 different footprint paths on the floor of the classroom. Students receive their own snowman measurement tools and walk around to see how far each snowman walked. This center allows the students to practice non-standard measurement. It can also be used over and over again since the teacher determines how many footprints go behind each letter.

There are 4 more centers included in Snowman math that you can check out by clicking HERE or you can find all my seasonal math centers for a discounted price by clicking the bundle image below:

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Oh, and I hope everyone had a VERY, merry Christmas!! Our little family sure did 🙂