Saturday, January 10, 2015

One Stop Centers: Jan Edition

Hi, I swear every time I write a blog post, it starts out the same. I am sorry I have not been around because …. Well I say the same thing again!! It has been TWO MONTHS. Wow. I will graduate in May, so YAY for that, I.Can.Not.Wait. I miss blogging, I miss my friends and I miss creating.

So over Christmas break (when I wasn’t worried about lesson plans, or my classes) I made a set of centers. perfect for the month of January.
jan centers

It has 8 centers. I have 4 up and running into my classroom. So I have pictures for those!!

“Want to Build a Snowman” is a big hit with my Kinderroos! They draw a card, and count the ten rods, write on the response sheet.
“Want to Build a Snowman” is a big hit with my Kinderroos! They draw a card, and count the ten rods, write on the response sheet.


“Snowy CVC Words” My kids are really beginning to click with understanding CVC words. They are loving this center!
“Snowy CVC Words” My kids are really beginning to click with understanding CVC words. They are loving this center!


Getting ready to do penguins next week and I can’t wait to get these bad boys out for my kiddos. We introduced r blends last week, so we are practicing them during center time.
Getting ready to do penguins next week and I can’t wait to get these bad boys out for my kiddos. We introduced r blends last week, so we are practicing them during center time.


Polar Bear centers are ready too! Addition is what we have been focusing on for the last few weeks. So this is perfect for review!
Polar Bear centers are ready too! Addition is what we have been focusing on for the last few weeks. So this is perfect for review!



There is also two more snow centers, a MLK center, The Mitten center and a New Years center!
jan centers list



I also have a great freebie for ya! My kids are rocking this game!
his is a splash game! The kids draw a card, read or identify the number. If they identify right, they get to keep it. If it is wrong, they have to put it back in the pile. If they draw a splash card, they have to turn all their cards back in!
This is a splash game! The kids draw a card, read or identify the number. If they identify right, they get to keep it. If it is wrong, they have to put it back in the pile. If they draw a splash card, they have to turn all their cards back in!


Alright friends! I am off to play BINGO! So I will see ya in a month or two Winking smile