Hi everyone! I know school has officially started for a lot of you and for others it is right around the corner! I am so excited to share with you my First Grade Back to School Centers!!
Centers are probably one of my most favorite things to create and to also do in the classroom! This is the time of day that I swear my students do not even know I EXIST! But that is okay with me because it allows me to get in some time for intervention, guided reading, assessments, and more!
One thing that I feel that has really helped with the management of my centers are the ‘I Can’ kid friendly posters that are included for each activity. These posters allow students to refer to them anytime they have a question on what to do on the center activity. It has helped keep students on track, engaged, and has prevented a lot of interruptions/questions when I am working with other students. Basically… these ‘I Can’ Posters are my centers LIFESAVER!!
Here is a closer look at one of the ‘I Can’ Kid Friendly Posters:
After many requests I have been working on First Grade Centers over the past year and am so excited to to have them ready to go!
These centers are great for First Grade and even for some of your Kinders who may need an extra challenge!
There are 20 Center Activities included (10 Math and 10 Literacy Centers). I like to include a lot of different activities to choose from, differentiate with, or to use them ALL!
Here is a closer look at the activities included in my Back to School First Grade Centers:
What is all included?
• ‘I Can’ kid friendly posters for student independence.
• Recording sheets for student accountability.
• Detailed how to use and prep directions.
• Easy to prep activities.
• Answer Keys
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It is Educational Posters for Kids. This is very important for every child. Great job guys.