This is my week of work centers for the year! I can't believe I am typing those words. My school does a HUGE Kindergarten graduation play, so we will be practicing that every afternoon until we perform.
This week in centers...
Math- I found cute flipflop/sandal erasers from Oriental Trading years ago, so I made a simple graphing activity. My students love it.
Writing- These 100s charts are from my There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell Math unit.I love that they are leveled for different students. I didn't have time to copy or laminate, so I put the sheets into page protectors. It works great.
Reading- sequencing the story There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell from my Literacy unit.
Phonics- sorting the ch and c sounds. I got this from a Mailbox book a long time ago... perhaps a Phonemies book? I am not sure.
Unit- I made a number matching game with stars and used big numbers. We also finished out potato books. My students LOVE writing about their potato and seeing it growing and changing.
Do you have work centers for the last two weeks of school? When do you stop the work centers and let them be open centers?