Kindergarten Fall Math Centers

I am loving these Fall center ideas and I can't wait to use them again this year! I love Fall because of the natural materials you can bring into the classroom such as pumpkins, gourds, leaves, acorns, apples etc. The season provides many opportunities for observation, play and discovery. I will be showing you in this post how to use math centres to engage your students in learning. 

These Fall gems are very versatile, they can be used as math manipulatives, in sensory bins, in play or in art projects. I used these in a patterning center but they could be used for counting as well. Each year students are attracted to these brightly coloured gems that are too pretty not to touch! I have been collecting these over the years from dollar stores and craft stores.

These Fall gems are very versatile, they can be used as math manipulatives, in sensory bins, in play or in art projects. I used these in a patterning center but they could be used for counting as well. Each year students are attracted to these brightly coloured gems that are too pretty not to touch! I have been collecting these over the years from dollar stores and craft stores.

Kindergarten Fall Math Centers
For more patterning practice students have to fill in the missing pieces of the pattern or identify the pattern. I like to laminate the strips and the pieces so they stay nice and I can re-use them year after year. To keep the pieces on the strips I have added velcro dots and sticky tack to each side. 

For more patterning practice students have to fill in the missing pieces of the pattern or identify the pattern. I like to laminate the strips and the pieces so they stay nice and I can re-use them year after year. To keep the pieces on the strips I have added velcro dots and sticky tack to each side. 

I love to use natural materials in the classroom. The students love the real items and they provide a unique sensory experience. The pumpkins and gourds can go rotten fast so they need to be monitored frequently. The chalkboard is great because you can erase and write out new provocations whenever needed.

I love to use natural materials in the classroom. The students love the real items and they provide a unique sensory experience. The pumpkins and gourds can go rotten fast so they need to be monitored frequently. The chalkboard is great because you can erase and write out new provocations whenever needed.

These clip cards are a great way to check students' understanding quickly and easily. Students can clip the right answer with a clothespin or put an object on the correct answer. I have used pumpkin erasers or fall stickers in the past. 

These clip cards are a great way to check students' understanding quickly and easily. Students can clip the right answer with a clothespin or put an object on the correct answer. I have used pumpkin erasers or fall stickers in the past. 

This counting center is so easy to put together and you can use the same concept with different math questions (addition, subtraction etc.) and materials throughout the year. I got the pumpkin cut-outs and the gems at the dollar store. 

This counting center is so easy to put together and you can use the same concept with different math questions (addition, subtraction etc.) and materials throughout the year. I got the pumpkin cut-outs and the gems at the dollar store. 

Students will love this fun counting center, they need to search and find all the fall items and count how many of each there are. I like hiding the cards in a fall themed sensory bin, but you could also hide them around the room. To make an easy sensory bin I cut the leaves off of garlands I found at the dollar store. 

Students will love this fun counting center, they need to search and find all the fall items and count how many of each there are. I like hiding the cards in a fall themed sensory bin, but you could also hide them around the room. To make an easy sensory bin I cut the leaves off of garlands I found at the dollar store. 

There are more fun centers in the set.  You can find my Fall Math Centres set here

Let me know in the comments if you have any other Fall math center ideas!

Thanks for reading, 

Penny