I hear that some of you are getting ready to start school soon… Yikes! I was going to save this for next month, but then I thought perhaps some of you might need them sooner.
First I organize my stations on this pocket chart. I think they have discontinued this chart but you can find a similar chart HERE.
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This was from Really Good Stuff. I use the front of this pocket chart for my literacy stations. Then I turn it around and it holds my math stations… Love! It!
However, the pocket chart did not come with all of the signs I wanted, so I made some of my own.
(NOTE: I actually made these last year, but I just updated them)
The blue sign is for their first rotation, the yellow sign is for their second rotation. Then the black sign is posted where the student can find the station. Make sense?
Click on any picture below for your station signs.
Here are the literacy stations
And I use these for my math stations.
Now the giveaway part!
How about this?
|by Growing Kinders|
Let me just pause here and say how much I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this item! I am going to have to scrounge up a kitchen set so I can use this one. I think many people struggle to make the “kitchen” an active learning activity. Perhaps your administration would like to see all of your stations/centers more academic. This unit is heaven sent! Seriously! Did you know she linked the Common Core Standards to them? AND she is going to make a new one each month to keep it fresh and exciting for your kids?
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