## Description

Save time and printing costs with this black ink only kindergarten centers for math and literacy bundle! Print out each month’s activities on colored card stock or construction paper and your students will remain engaged throughout the entire center rotation.

Set your students up for success with these kindergarten math centers and kindergarten literacy centers with a different theme each month. Your students will gain independence with these centers and they will improve their literacy and math skills.

With plenty of opportunities for practicing each skill, your students will dive into these kindergarten math centers and kindergarten literacy centers each day.

**PREDICTABLE CENTER ACTIVITIES**

You will love using these predictable center activities that will keep your students engaged throughout your center time. You can also use these kindergarten centers for small group work, morning work, homework, and much more!

Each month you will find familiar tasks, so you do not have to reteach the kindergarten center activity each time. Each kindergarten math center has a response page option with plenty of skills to practice.

Use the kindergarten literacy centers to help your students improve their reading and writing skills. Kindergarten reading can be challenging, but not with the sorting cards and practice opportunities included in this bundle so your students can over-learn the skills they need to succeed.

**Included in each month of kindergarten centers:**

- Minimum 7 kindergarten math centers
- Minimum 7 kindergarten literacy centers
- Recording sheets for the activities
- Each center has 9-12 task cards for extra practice
- “I Can” cards to help build student independence

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**This unit includes:**

- Stations: Black ink ONLY for January
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for February
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for March
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for April
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for May
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for August & September
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for October
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for November
- Stations: Black ink ONLY for December

**Want to add some color? These centers are similar, but have different activities! Use them both in your classroom!**

Math and Literacy Stations for January

Math and Literacy Stations for February

Math and Literacy Stations for March

Math and Literacy Stations for April

Math and Literacy Stations for May

Math and Literacy Stations for August & September

Math and Literacy Stations for October

Math and Literacy Stations for November

Math and Literacy Stations for December

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Math and Literacy Stations: The COMPLETE SET

**Here are the details on the centers for each month:**

**AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Apple alphabet Puzzle Center**– Students will match the uppercase letter with the lowercase letter and a beginning sound image. Each letter is included so you can customize the center activity to match your own scope and sequence. This is perfect for alphabet recognition.**Apple Alphabet Letter Formation Practice**– In this center, students will start at the apple and trace the uppercase and lowercase letter. Then they will write it on their own. Each letter is included so you can customize the center activity to match your own scope and sequence. This is perfect for alphabet recognition.**An Orchard of Letter Sounds**– This apple themed literacy center has 3 set of letter to beginning sound match activities. These 3 letter sorts will last for 3 weeks or more!**Apple Trace the Line Fine Motor Center Activity**– Students will spin the apple spinner and trace the line on their response worksheet. There is even an open-ended draw activity your kindergarten students will love!**Pencil in the Words Editable Sight Words**– This is a back to school themed sight word center activity. Students will spin the spinner and write the words. This is editable so you can add your own high frequency words.**Sentences for Back to School**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. Both of these sentences feature color words.**Ringing in the Rhymes**– School bell themed rhyming center activity! Students will decide if the pictures on the task card rhyme or not.

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Apple Number Formation Practice**– In this center, students will start at the apple and trace the numeral. Students will then count the apples on the center card and write the numeral again. Numbers 1 – 12 are included in this math center activity**On Our Way with 10 Frames**– Students will count the dots on the school bus 10 frames. Then complete the ten frames on the school bus response page. Numbers 1 – 12 are included.**Shapely Apples 2D Shape Math Center**– This fun geometry center asks students to match the shape to the response page and color the shape the same color that is written on the center card.**Lost Crayons Counting Center**– This kindergarten math center asks students to count within 6. Students will be adding the missing number to the crayons. Perfect for back to school or at any time!**Inside My Desk Math Counting**– Students will count the school supplies on the math center card and record the number on their response worksheet.**School Buddies Math Counting Center**– Students could the back to school themed items and write the amounts on the response page.**A Bushel of Apples 10 Frame Matching Center**– Kindergarten students will match the number to the ten frame. They will then write the number on the response page and complete the ten frame to match.

**OCTOBER**

**Fall** **Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Candy Corn Puzzle Center**– Students will match the uppercase letter with the lowercase letter and a beginning sound image. Each letter is included so you can customize the center activity to match your own scope and sequence. This is perfect for alphabet recognition.**Spider Alphabet Letter Formation Practice**– In this center, students will start at the spider and trace the uppercase and lowercase letter. Then they will write it on their own. Each letter is included so you can customize the center activity to match your own scope and sequence. This is perfect for alphabet recognition.**Monster Letter Sounds**– This monster themed literacy center has 3 sets of letter to beginning sound match activities. These 3 letter sorts will last for 3 weeks or more! Great for Halloween or at any time!**Pumpkin Trace the Line Fine Motor Center Activity**– Students will spin the pumpkin spinner and trace the line on their response worksheet. There is even an open-ended draw activity your kindergarten students will love!**Pencil in the Words Editable Sight Words**– This is a Halloween candy themed sight word center activity. Students will spin the spinner and write the words. This is editable so you can add your own high frequency words.**Colorful Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. Both of these sentences feature color words.**Patch of Rhymes**– Pumpkin themed rhyming center activity! Students will decide if the pictures on the task card rhyme or not.

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Bat-tacular Number Formation Practice**– In this center, students will start at the bat and trace the numeral. Students will then count the bats on the center card and write the numeral again. Numbers 1 – 12 are included in this math center activity**Nutty about 10 Frames**– Students will count the dots on the acorn 10 frames. Then complete the ten frames on the acorn response page. Numbers 1 – 12 are included.**Shapely Pumpkins 2D Shape Math Center**– This fun geometry center asks students to match the shape to the response page and color the shape the same color that is written on the center card.**More Candy Comparing Number Center**– This kindergarten math center asks students to compare numbers 1 to 10. Students will say the number that is more and color that piece of candy. This is perfect for back to school or at any time throughout the year.**Less Spiders Please Number Center**– Students will say the number that is less, write the numbers on the spiders and color the spider with the lesser number.**Fall Follies Addition Center**– Students count the fall themed items and write the amounts to build an equation on the response sheet. Students will then write the sum.**Fall Treasures Counting Center**– Kindergarten students will count the fall themed items and write how many of each they count on the response sheet.

**NOVEMBER**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Perfect Pick Word Families**– Students will sort the cards into short a word families and color the word family chunk on the response worksheet. This is perfect for isolating letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Word Families Puzzle**– In this center, students will solve the word puzzle and color the word family puzzle. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Nutty for Word Families**– In this squirrel and nut themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and write the word from the same word family. This is perfect for rhyming and identifying short vowel word families.**Words to Crow About**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Fall Endings**– This is a fall themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**Seasonal Sight Words**– This is a fall themed sight word center activity. Students will spin the spinner and write the words. This is editable so you can add your own high frequency words.**November Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature Thanksgiving and fall themed animal activity.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Nutty Number Formation Practice**– In this center, students will start at the acorn and trace the numeral. Students will then count the acorns on the center card and write the numeral again. Numbers 1 – 20 are included in this math center activity**Pumpkin 10 Frames**– Students will count the seeds on the pumpkin 10 frames. Then complete the ten frames on the pumpkin response page. Numbers 1 – 20 are included.**Turkey Base 10 Math Center –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the turkey response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Counting Crows Make 10 –**Students will count the crows in the tens frame and decide how many more crows they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the math response sheet.**An Orderly Feast –**Students will say the numbers in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**Thankful Addition –**Students will count the different fall items and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Autumn Fun –**Students will count the fall items and subtract the items with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

**DECEMBER**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Chilly Word Families**– Students will sort the cards into short i word families and color the word family chunk on the response worksheet. This is perfect for isolating letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Word Family Puzzles**– In this center, students will solve the word puzzle and color the word family puzzle. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Fishing for Digraphs**– In this penguin themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and write the word from the same word family. This is perfect for practice with digraph sounds and spelling.**Penguin’s Beginning Sounds**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Snowboard Endings**– This is a snow themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**Snow Day Sight Words**– This is a winter themed sight word center activity. Students will spin the spinner and write the words. This is editable so you can add your own high frequency words.**December Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature snow day activities.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Chilly Numbers**– In this center, students will start at the snowflake and trace the numeral. Students will then count the snowflakes on the center card and write the numeral again. Numbers 1 – 20 are included in this math center activity.**Tied Up in String**– Students will count the dots in the tens frame on the wrapped gift. Students will write the matching number on the response page, then color the tens frame to match. Numbers 1 – 20 are included.**Evergreen Base 10 –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the themed response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Baking up Make 10 –**Students will count the gingerbread men in the tens frame and decide how many more they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the gingerbread man math response sheet.**Many Mittens –**Students will say the numbers on the mittens in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**Winter Addition –**Students will count the different winter items and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Fa-la-la-la-la Subtraction –**Students will count the Christmas items and subtract the items with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

**JANUARY**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**In the Middle**– Students will sort the cards into short vowel word families and color the word family chunk on the response worksheet. This is perfect for isolating letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Vowel Puzzles**– In this center, students will solve the word puzzle and then write the word on the response sheet. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Snow Many Vowels**– In this snowman themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and color the snowflake that matches the vowel. Students will write the vowel on the response sheet.**BRRRR! Beginning Sounds**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Polar Endings**– This is a polar bear themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**Faceoff Sight Words**– This is a hockey themed sight word center activity. Students will spin the spinner and write the words. This is editable so you can add your own high frequency words.**January Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature winter sports, snow day activities and color words.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Fishing for 10 Frames**– In this center, students will count the fish in the ten frames. Students will write the number of fish on the response sheet and color the ten frame to match. Numbers 0 – 20 are included in this math center activity.**Skating Through Base 10 –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the themed response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Up in the Cabin Make 10 –**Students will count the moose in the tens frame and decide how many more they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the cabin math response sheet.**Beary Good Order –**Students will say the numbers on the bears in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**Iditarod Counting –**Students will count the number of each item on the card. Students will record how many there are of each item on the response sheet. This is perfect for students to practice understanding the relationship between numbers, quantities, and connecting to cardinality.**Arctic Addition –**Students will count the different arctic animals and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Yeti Fun Subtraction –**Students will count the Yetis and subtract the items with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

**FEBRUARY**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Love that Vowel**– Students will sort the cards by long vowel sounds. Students will color the vowel sound on the response sheet.**Vowel Puzzles**– In this groundhog themed center, students will solve the word puzzle and then write the word on the response sheet. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVC words.**Winter or Spring Digraph**– In this groundhog themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and color the hat that matches the digraph. Students will write the digraph on the response sheet.**Love those Beginning Sounds**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Lady Liberty Endings**– This is a Statue of Liberty themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**Good Fortune Sight Words**– This is an editable sight word center activity so you can add your own high frequency words. Students will spin the spinner and write the words.**February Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature baking Valentine treats and American Symbols.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Sweet for 10 Frames**– In this center, students will count the hearts in the ten frames. Students will write the number of hearts on the response sheet and color the ten frame to match. Numbers 0 – 20 are included in this math center activity.**Hello Spring! Base 10 –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the themed response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Happy New Year Make 10 –**Students will count the items in the tens frame and decide how many more they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the math response sheet.**Best Buddies Order –**Students will say the numbers on the hearts in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**Valentine Counting –**Students will count the number of each item on the card. Students will record how many there are of each item on the response sheet. This is perfect for students to practice understanding the relationship between numbers, quantities, and connecting to cardinality.**American Symbols Addition –**Students will count the American Symbols and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Bunny Love Subtraction –**Students will count the Valentine items and subtract the items with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

**MARCH**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Shooting for Vowels**– Students will say the missing vowel and then write the word on the response sheet. This is great practice for isolating beginning, middle and ending sounds.**Silent e Puzzles**– In this leprechaun themed center, students will solve the word puzzle and then write the word on the response sheet. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVCe words.**Cloudy Blends**– In this weather themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and color the cloud that matches the blend. Students will write the blend on the response sheet.**Over the Rainbow Beginning Sounds**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Buzzing Around Endings**– This is a bee themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**Little Birdy Sight Words**– This is an editable sight word center activity so you can add your own high frequency words. Students will spin the spinner and write the words on the response sheet.**March Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature St. Patrick’s Day and sports.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Clever Clover 10 Frames**– In this center, students will count the dots in the ten frames. Students will write the number of dots on the response sheet and color the ten frames to match. Numbers 0 – 20 are included in this math center activity.**Splashing Fun Base 10 –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the themed response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Hoop Dreams Make 10 –**Students will count the basketballs in the tens frame and decide how many more they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the math response sheet.**Sunny Order –**Students will say the numbers on the suns in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**St. Patricks Counting –**Students will count the number of each item on the card. Students will record how many there are of each item on the response sheet. This is perfect for students to practice understanding the relationship between numbers, quantities, and connecting to cardinality.**Stormy Addition –**Students will count the weather objects and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Looks Like Rain Subtraction –**Students will count the weather objects and subtract the items with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

**APRIL**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Raining in the Vowels**– Students will say the missing vowel and then write the word on the response sheet. This is great practice for isolating beginning, middle and ending sounds.**Silent e Puzzles**– In this Easter bunny themed center, students will solve the word puzzle and then write the word on the response sheet. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVCe words.**Blooming Blends**– In this Spring themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and color the flower that matches the blend. Students will write the blend on the response sheet.**Chirping for Beginning Sounds**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Watering the Garden of Endings**– This is a garden themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**Earth Day Sight Words**– This is an editable sight word center activity so you can add your own high frequency words. Students will spin the spinner and write the words on the response sheet.**April Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature Earth Day and gardening.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Silly Snails 10 Frames**– In this center, students will count the snails in the ten frames. Students will write the number of snails on the response sheet and color the ten frames to match. Numbers 0 – 20 are included in this math center activity.**Composting Base 10 –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the themed response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Pick a Patch Make 10 –**Students will count the strawberries in the tens frame and decide how many more they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the math response sheet.**Earthly Order –**Students will say the numbers on the planets in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**Garden Counting –**Students will count the number of each gardening item on the card. Students will record how many there are of each item on the response sheet. This is perfect for students to practice understanding the relationship between numbers, quantities, and connecting to cardinality.**Buggy Addition –**Students will count the different bugs and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Days of the Dino Subtraction –**Students will count the different dinosaurs and subtract the dinosaurs with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

**MAY**

**Literacy Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Camping with Vowels**– Students will say the missing vowel and then write the word on the response sheet. This is great practice for isolating beginning, middle and ending sounds.**Silent e Puzzles**– In this swimming themed center, students will solve the word puzzle and then write the word on the response sheet. This is perfect for isolating beginning, middle and ending letter sounds and spelling CVCe words.**Beary Good Endings–**In this bear themed literacy center, students will spin the spinner and color the bear claw that matches the ending sound. Students will write the letter on the response sheet.**Horsing Around Beginning Sounds**– Students will say the first sound of the picture and then write the word on their response worksheet. This is perfect practice for identifying initial sounds.**Scooping Up Endings**– This is an ice cream themed activity in which students will say the word and listen for the ending sound. Students will write the word and draw a picture on their response worksheet. This is perfect for identifying ending sounds.**We All Scream for Sight Words**– This is an editable sight word center activity so you can add your own high frequency words. Students will spin the spinner and write the words on the response sheet.**May Sentences**– Students have two different sets of matching activities. These sentences feature catching bugs and zoo animals.**There are TWO weeks worth of sentence work.**

**Math Center Activities for Kindergarten**

**Blossoming 10 Frames**– In this center, students will count the seeds in the ten frames. Students will write the number of seeds on the response sheet and color the ten frames to match. Numbers 0 – 20 are included in this math center activity.**Toes in the Sand Base 10 –**Students will count the base ten blocks and then write the number on the themed response sheet. This is perfect to understand the relationship between quantities and numbers.**Snorkeling Make 10 –**Students will count the stars in the tens frame and decide how many more they need to make ten. Then students will record the equation on the math response sheet.**Beachy Order –**Students will say the numbers on the sand pails in order and then write them in order on the math response sheet. This is perfect practice for counting to 100 by 1s and 10s.**Sand Digger Counting –**Students will count the number of each beach item on the card. Students will record how many there are of each item on the response sheet. This is perfect for students to practice understanding the relationship between numbers, quantities, and connecting to cardinality.**Ocean Addition –**Students will count the different ocean animals and write an addition equation and the sum on the math response sheet.**Camping Out Subtraction –**Students will count the different camping items and subtract the dinosaurs with an X on them. Students will then write a subtraction equation and the difference on the math response sheet.

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