Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

Organizing classroom puzzles… solution FOUND!

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. 

The binder

It all started with the binder!  I put the entire year in one spot.  This is a 3″ binder.

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

Each puzzle is labeled and the pieces are placed in the zipper pouch.  I got the zippered pouches at WalMart for under a dollar each.

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

I put the response page in a page protector.  On one side is the response page…

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

The other side has the corresponding “I Can” card.  Simple!  This one is clearly for digraphs.

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

For centers…

Simply pull the activity you want to add to your literacy center or literacy station.  Drop it in the bin and you are good. to. go!

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

Students have all the pieces they need!  This activity can be done a few different ways. Students can match the capital letter to the lowercase letter.  They can also match the sound to the letter… or … do it all!

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

If you are needing to conserve paper, you can leave the optional response sheet in the page protector and just add an Expo marker.  This makes the set up of this station so quick and easy.  Raise your hand if you need simple, quick, and easy!  ME!

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

As far as response sheets go, these are optional in my opinion.  The student work is really in solving the puzzle, but I included them in case you need an accountability piece.  You can always use the Expo marker and have students take a photo of it with an old smartphone you might have around your home. Parents are often willing to donate old ones too!  I have about 6 in a drawer, just waiting for a purpose… sigh!

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

You can find all of these puzzles by clicking on the image cover below.  

Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

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Literacy Centers Organizing Classroom Puzzles. Kindergarten loves puzzles, but center management and organization can get out of hand. Let me show you how to organize these learning centers and printables. Puzzles include alphabet, beginning sounds, digraphs, short and long vowels, and CVC word families.

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Deedee Wills

Deedee Wills

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching in different classroom environments and grades. My heart belongs to early childhood education. My job is to make teaching FUN, ENGAGING, and EASIER. Welcome!

Hi, I'm DeedeE.

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching in different classroom environments and grades. My heart belongs to early childhood education. My job is to make teaching FUN, ENGAGING, and EASIER. Welcome!
 

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  1. Hi Dee Dee,
    I love your math and literacy stations and my students use them all the time. However, I do have a question/ request. In months December and February do don’t have a counting math station like the other months. My lowest students still need counting practice. Would you could you add one into these months? Pretty please!
    Ps I met you in Seattle last year at a Kindergarten conference and I learned a ton from you sessions. Thank you for all of your work.
    Shannon

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