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Centers...First Grade FUN!!!

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls.

Mothering with Creativity: Adding Fun

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Zap It: The game can be played with 2+ players. Student draws a stick and must give the correct answer to keep the stick. If the student misses it then he/she must put the stick back. Students keep playing back and forth. If a student draws a ZAP IT! stick then they must put ALL their sticks back. Student with the most sticks wins the game!

Three ring binder turned into a table chart. Great ideas on this blog!

Set up classroom transitions to music that happen automatically on your computer. Keeps you on time while also providing fun transitions for students! What a good way to stay on schedule!!!

Templates for making fun reading and math games. Click the picture to see them.

sound boxes on the floor--kids hop as they segment the word...good for kinesthetic learners

A great addition to your word work station! Get kids rolling and spelling their sight words with this freebie. Each roll of the die corresponds to ...

FREE CVC and CCVC cards for making your own Build-It Write-It cards. Perfect for #literacy centers or small group instruction.

Build It- Write It Cards for CVC and CVCC/CCVC Words

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LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Never found a website as helpful as this one for phonemic awareness activities!

Free Printable Reading Activities To Improve Reading Skills

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Math center idea for tens and ones. I use foam dice so they don’t make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice. The 1st number is for the tens place and the 2nd one is for the ones place. If they roll a 6 and 4 they write down 64 and then they draw the picture. You can add more dice for larger numbers.

23 write the room center activities {freebie}

A great addition to your word work station! Get kids rolling and spelling their sight words with this freebie. Each roll of the die corresponds to ...

They always want to play with these blocks...perfect center!