Saturday, September 24, 2016


Working at centers is a great way to work on their skills in a fun, informal way.  Students really enjoy it and it teaches them how to work in groups, cooperate, share, and how to ask for help besides learning the focus skill.  The centers are more "hands-on", which young students really like.  This also gives me time to help students individually.

Categorizing and reading color words are some 
skills that these girls are working on.

These boys are working on rhyming and the first 
sound in a word.

Being able to actually feel the shape of the numbers 
helps them understand how to write them.

They boys are matching opposite cards.

I have a handwriting center each time, but it is 
not a favorite of the kids.  They need to practice it though.

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