So, each of the centers has to do with a specific learning target. Below are pictures of each of the centers with their instructions. I like to include as many manipulatives as possible in centers when appropriate and I alway have one center which is digital - usually a Quizlet deck or games on MYLO.
When doing centers, make sure to monitor student comprehension throughout the rotation. I give students 5-7 minutes per center depending on their difficulty. Students could pick their own groups and the centers were first come, first serve. Students did not have to stay with their particular group. They were free to go rogue and split off from their original group if there was more space at another center.
For the most part, students have liked centers. They don't like being timed or having to move, but it is a great way to review multiple concepts in one class period. I also ask students to reflect on the concepts they still need help with using a poll from PollEverywhere. I also used this poll to reteach on these concepts the day before we did centers.