One of the ideas that was featured was this from Here We Go Loopty Loo. I thought I would bring it up so I could explain why you might see the word "BUILD" around some teachers' math area. It is an acronym for:
B - Buddy Games
U - Using Manipulatives
I - Independent Working/Reading
L - Learning About Numbers
D - Doing Math
If you would like to download some BUILD cards, check out Adventures In Teaching. I love the BUILD check in sheet offered at the bottom of the post. It looks like the perfect way to keep track of students during this time!! I even love this second post she offered with more tips on how she runs her math. Very helpful tips!
Here's a look into yet another classroom and another set up for math stations. This one comes from A Differentiated Kindergarten. Within this post, I love how she broke down how to set things up and how she made math stations work for her. Also I love her color coded system of breaking kids into groups based on their skill levels/readiness. Check it out.
And in case you're wondering how you're going to tackle Math Stations in your classroom, take a look at Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten for this FREE printable of expectations.
Peterson's Pad also had a chart like the one above. It isn't one you can download, but at least it shows you another version of the chart so you can create your own set of expectations. She also has lots of great tips and suggestions! Here's a link to some of the games she uses. They look like tons of fun!!
Wanting to get started somewhere? Check out Kids Count 1234 for tons of great games, ideas and free printables!