What makes them quick-prep? Each complete center is on one or two pages with minimal color, thereby saving you paper and ink. Just print, cut, and laminate if desired. I've also included completely black and white versions of the centers to use as worksheets, as well as three totally blank sheets for you to program to fit your instructional needs.
In this download, you will get the following for ELA: 1. A noun/verb sorting center and a recording sheet. 2. A black and white version of the noun/verb sorting center. 3 A past/present/future sorting center and a recording sheet. 4. A black and white version of the past/present/future sorting center. 5. A long and short vowel sound sorting center 6 A black and white version of the noun/verb sorting center 7. A syllable sorting center 8. A black and white version of the syllable sorting center 9. 3 blank sorting centers for you to program to meet your instructional needs.
And the following for math: 1. an addition center that adds rigor by having the children sort the answers by sums 15 and a recording sheet 2. A black and white version of addition center 3 An addition and subtraction center that deepens the rigor by having the children sort the answers by 15 and a recording sheet. 4. A black and white version of the 15 sorting center. 5. A coin value sorting center 6 A black and white version of the coin value sorting center 7. A mixed problem, including sums to 20, differences from 20, and coin values, game and gameboard. 8. 3 blank sorting centers for you to program to meet your instructional needs.
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Practice Makes Perfect is an Early Childhood/Elementary Education teacher from Southwestern Pennsylvania. After graduating college, she moved to South Florida, where she taught kindergarten in the Palm Beach County School District for 8 years. After having children, she decided (with her husband) that Florida was too far away from the rest of the family, and she moved back to her hometown, where she took a few years off to spend time with her son. She has been teaching in the parochial school system for 18 years now, first at kindergarten, and currently in a first grade classroom. Lesley has also taught 2nd and 3rd grade Spanish and 4th grade social studies.