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Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: I'm a workin lady :)
I like this poster for center choice. The students put a clothespin with their name on it on one of the dots, when all of the dots for a center are full they need to make another choice. Saves space and is neat and tidy, Love it!:
Black and Neon. Listening Center. First Grade Fancy: The BIG Classroom Reveal:
Reading Center activities that are low-maintenance, and can be paired with almost any text. Read more here...:
2nd grade writing centers | Writing Center with supplies, paper, editing hats. The second shelf ...:
iPaddling through Third Grade: iPaddling through Guided Reading
Kristen Wiedeen blog - centers iPad
Celebrating Dr. Seuss Week
How cute are these cells? Keep clicking on the picture to take a look at these adorable cells, a tepee, and some other fun classroom activities!
The Teachers' Cauldron: How I Manage Math Centers
Mr. and Mrs. Fix It Missing Addends math work station
MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity! Image only
Love this idea of buying plastic picture frames to hold Station directions!
Listening Center Response Forms for Primary Grades FOUR Forms that can be used throughout the year. Includes 2 versions of each from so you can differentiate (one is easier, other is more challenging). $
Guided Math in First Grade
6 Ready To Go iPad Centers ~ Mrs. Wideen's Blog
Listening Center Response Forms for Primary Grades 4 different forms to use for differentiating OR for using through the year) Updated March 2013 (original forms included as well) $
Great idea to visually and kinesthetically show addition!
IKEA frames for literacy centers or math centers!
Differentiated Math Stations For The Beginning of The Year and A Couple Of Freebies!
Students practice spelling each others names...could do this with sight words too! Could use a door, a filing cabinet, or magnetic white board!