# Kindergarten Centers - Color Ink & Black Ink Options - Math & Literacy Centers for the Year

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## Product Description

Enjoy this time saving bundle filled with kindergarten centers for math and literacy. These kindergarten math centers and kindergarten literacy centers will keep your students engaged during the 15-20 minutes needed for a center rotation.

Your students will LOVE these activities because the theme changes each month. They will improve their kindergarten reading, writing and math skills throughout the year and their independence will sky rocket! With plenty of opportunities for practicing each skill, your students will dive into these kindergarten math centers and kindergarten literacy centers each day.

**This kindergarten centers bundle includes:**

⭐️Math and Literacy Center Activities for May

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for April

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for August & September

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for December

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for February

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for January

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for March

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for November

⭐️Math and Literacy Center for October

Use the kindergarten math centers to help your students improve their math skills. Each kindergarten math center has a response page option with plenty of skills to practice. These math centers can be used for center rotations, morning work, small group work, or as homework for extra 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.

❤️These predictable kindergarten centers are ideal for any classroom because the activities do not have to be retaught month-after-month. The students can apply their new knowledge to the same activities, with different themes each month.

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

- Minimum 8 kindergarten math centers
- Minimum 8 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

These are purposely predictable kindergarten math and literacy center activities and they are EASY PREP! Plus, each activity is standards aligned.

**Want to save money on ink? These kindergarten centers are similar, but have different activities! You can use them both in your classroom!**

- 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

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

**AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Colorful Alphabet **– Students will say the letter name on the center card. Then, they color a crayon next to the correct letter on their response sheet. ABC centers are perfect for the beginning of the year!

**Back to School Letter Sounds** – Students match a letter card to the correct picture card to show the beginning sound. Students then practice letter formation when they write the letter on the response sheet. There are 3 different sets for this literacy center.

**Smarty Snakes** – Students say the names of the uppercase letters on the center cards. Then they color the matching lowercase letters and write the letters on the lines. Another great way to practice letter recognition at the beginning of the school year.

**Whoo Has a Letter?** – In this simple activity, students practice print concepts by sorting the words and letters.

**Rainbow Alphabet **– Kindergarten students have a great time tracing or coloring the letters of the alphabet to match their cards.

**Sentences for Back to School** – Students match each picture with the correct sentence and practice writing those sentences.

**Curvy or Straight Letters?** – Students determine if the letters have curvy or straight lines.

**Back to School Syllables** – Students clap out the number of syllables and color a school bus for each syllable.

**MATH CENTERS** – For this set of math centers, students work with numbers 1-6.

**Counting on Pie** – Students will love using dry-erase markers with this number writing center. Tiny apples show students the right place to begin writing.

**On our Way with 10 Frames** – Students color ten frames to match their number cards.

**Trace the Shape** – Students say the name of the 2D shape on their card and trace the correct shape on their response sheet.

**Missing Pencils **– Students identify the missing number and write the numbers in order.

**Counting on Lunch** – Get students started on math foundational skills with this counting objects center.

**School Tools** – Another fun way to practice counting objects. Students count the pictures and write to tell how many.

**New Friends** – Students count the kids and write to tell how many.

**Bus Stops Here** – Students match the numbers with the correct ten frames.

**OCTOBER KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Batty Alphabet **– Kindergarten students trace or color the lowercase letters of the alphabet to match their cards.

**Sweet Sounds** – Students say the name of the 3 pictures on each center card. Then, they color the 2 pictures that start with the same beginning sound.

**Perfect Pumpkin** – Students sort capital and lowercase letters.

**Sentences for October** – Students match each picture with the correct sentence and practice writing those sentences. There are 4 sets of sentence work! (Costume Parade, Monsters, Fire Safety, and Fall)

**Spooky October Syllables** – There are 2 sets of this center. Students clap out the number of syllables and color a leaf or a piece of candy for each syllable.

**Spooky October Write the Room** – Using the same set of cards from the above center, you can create a write the room activity. 2 Super fun centers!

**Corny Rhymes** – Students work on phonemic awareness with this rhyming pictures center.

**Picking Perfect Pumpkins** – This activity is great for a pocket chart. Students sort pictures by the beginning sounds: B, D, P.

**Rescue Word Families** – Fire safety themed center activity to practice the word families: -ad, -an, & -at

**MATH CENTERS** – For this set of math centers, students work with numbers 1-10.

**Arachnid Counting** – Students will love using dry-erase markers with this number writing center. Tiny spiders show students the right place to begin writing. Students practice numbers 1-10.

**Pumpkin Pals 10 Frames** – Students color ten frames to match their number cards. Students practice ten frames 1-12.

**Pretty Pumpkins** – Students write 3 numbers in order from least to greatest.

**Itsy Bitsy Spider **– A creepy crawly counting activity. Students record the number they count on a 10 frame. (1-10)

**Fire Safety More** – Students determine which number is more.

**Fire Safety Less** – Students determine which number is less.

**Autumn Fun** – Students count the variety of fall pictures and write to tell how many.

**Fall Festival Addition** – This new center is introduced this month. Addition! Students count the pictures and work on basic addition up to 5.

**NOVEMBER KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Fall Sounds** – Students will say the word and isolate the beginning sound. Students then write the whole word on the response sheet and draw a picture to match the word.

**Fall Endings** – Students say the name of the picture and isolate the ending sound. Students then write the whole word on the response sheet and draw a picture to match the word.

**Leafy Alphabet** – Students say the names of the lowercase letters on the card. Then they trace the letter on the response sheet.

**Nutty Sounds** – In this simple activity, students say the name of the pictures and listen for the beginning sounds. Students color the two pictures with the same beginning sound. Students then write the beginning sound on the line.

**Autumn Friends **– Kindergarten students have a great time sorting the capital letters and lowercase letters. Students then write the letters on the response sheet.

**Sentences for November** – Students match each picture with the correct sentence and practice writing those sentences.

**Thankful Syllables** – Students read the word on the card and count the syllables. Students color a pie for each syllable and write the word on the response sheet.

**A Patch of Word Families **– In this simple activity, students read the picture on each card and isolate the short vowel word family. Students then color in the word family on the response sheet.

**MATH CENTERS** – For this set of math centers, students work with numbers 0-20.

**Turkey Counting** – Get students started on math foundational skills with this counting objects center. Students will count the number of turkeys and then write this number three times. This is great for practicing counting and numeral writing.

**Forest Friend 10 Frames** – Students count the number in the tens frame and write it on the response sheet.

**Scarecrow Base 10** – Students identify the amount represented by the base 10 blocks and write the number on the response sheet.

**Orderly Baskets **– Students will say the number on the baskets in order and then write them in order on the response sheet.

**Turkey Make 10** – Students will count how many more leaves are needed to make a 10. Students will write the equation to make 10 on the response sheet.

**Pumpkin Patch Surprises** – Students write the missing numbers on the response sheet. This is great for counting from 1 to 15.

**Autumn Days **– Students count the amount of each object and write an addition equation to match. This is great practice for basic addition.

**Fall Friends **– Students count the objects and subtract the number of objects with an X on them. Students then write a subtraction equation to match.

**DECEMBER KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Oh Deer! Beginning Sounds** – Students will say the word and isolate the beginning sound. Students then write the whole word on the response sheet and draw a picture to match the word.

**Sweet Endings** – Students say the name of the picture and isolate the ending sound. Students then write the whole word on the response sheet and draw a picture to match the word.

**Gingerbread Digraphs** – Students say the picture word and listen for the beginning digraph sound. Students will color in the digraph that matches the sound.

**Chilly Sounds** – In this simple activity, students say the name of the pictures and listen for the beginning sounds. Students color the two pictures with the same beginning sound. Students then write the beginning sound on the line.

**Skate On! **– Kindergarten students have a great time sorting the capital letters and lowercase letters. Students then write the letters on the response sheet.

**Sentences for December** – Students match each picture with the correct sentence and practice writing those sentences.

**December Syllables** – Students read the word on the card and count the syllables. Students color a snowflake for each syllable and write the word on the response sheet.

**Snowman CVC Words** – In this simple activity, students read the picture on each card and color the vowel sound they hear. Students then write the word on the line.

**MATH CENTERS** – For this set of math centers, students work with numbers 0-20.

**Snowman Counting** – Get students started on math foundational skills with this counting objects center. Students will count the number of snowmen and then write this number three times. This is great for practicing counting and numeral writing.

**Winter 10 Frames** – Students count the number in the tens frame and write it on the response sheet.

**Chilly Base 10** – Students identify the amount represented by the base 10 blocks and write the number on the response sheet.

**Hot! Hot! Hot Chocolate! **– Students will say the number on the hot chocolates in order and then write them in order on the response sheet.

**Snowy Make 10** – Students will count how many more leaves are needed to make a 10. Students will write the equation to make 10 on the response sheet.

**Winter ****Surprises** – Students write the missing numbers on the response sheet. This is great for counting from 1 to 20.

**JANUARY KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Icy Sounds – **Students isolate and say the first sound of each picture. Then, they complete the word and draw a picture.

**Foxy Ending Sounds** – Students identify the ending sound for each word and write the ending sound.

**Dandy Digraphs** – A penguin themed center where students identify the beginning digraph sound in each picture. (ch, sh, th, wh)

**ABC Penguins** – Students fill in the missing letters of the alphabet.

**Smitten Mittens** – Winter CVC word practice! Students say the word and determine the missing vowel sound.

**Arctic Thoughts** – More CVC practice with 3 differentiated response activities. Students say the word and write or circle the correct CVC word.

**Snowy Rhymes** – Students determine if the two pictures rhyme.

**Arctic Syllables** – Students clap out the syllables in each picture and color an Arctic fox to show how many.

**MATH CENTERS**

**Snowy Base 10 – **Students count the base ten blocks and write to tell how many. Students practice numbers 8-20.

**Penguin Pal 10 Frames** – Students read each ten frame and write to tell which number each ten frame represents. There are 2 levels available. (numbers 1-12 and 9-20)

**Flakey Make 10** – Students practice making ten using a ten frame.

**Snowman Scramble** – Students read 3 numbers and place them in order from least to greatest. (Numbers up to 17)

**Snowball Fight** – Students practice counting by 10 and place each set of 3 numbers in order.

**Antarctic Creatures** – Students count the various pictures and write a number to represent each set.

**Adding in the Arctic **– Students practice basic addition up to 7 by counting and adding the Arctic animals.

**Subtracting in the Antarctic** – Students practice basic subtraction within 6 to write and solve the equations.

**FEBRUARY KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Sweet Sounds – **Student practice identifying beginning sounds.

**Groundhog Endings** – Students say the name of each picture and write the ending sound.

**Ringing in the Digraphs** – Liberty Bell center activity to practice beginning digraphs. Great for your theme of US Symbols!

**Brushing up on our ABCs** – Dental health themed center for practicing the alphabet. Students identify the missing letter in a sequence of letters.

**Be My Vowel** – Students practice identifying the missing vowel in CVC words.

**I Love CVC Words** – Students say each CVC word and write the words on their response sheets.

**Sweet Rhymes** – Students identify rhyming pictures.

**February Syllables** – Students clap out the number of syllables in each picture.

**MATH CENTERS**

**Hello Spring! Base 10 **– Students count the base ten blocks and write to tell how many. (Numbers 10-20)

**Presidential 10 Frames – **Students count the ten frames and write the number that represents how many. There are 2 levels for this center – great for differentiation!

(#1-12) & (#9-20)

**Beary Nice Make 10 – **Students practice making 10 using a ten frame.

**Valentine Friends – **Students write numbers in numerical order.

**Tooth Fairy Count by 10 – **Students use their knowledge of counting by 10 to fill in the missing numbers.

**The Lovely Things – **Students count the pictures and write to tell how many.

**Love Bug Addition – **Students solve simple addition problems up to 7 using pictures.

**Presidential Subtraction – **President themed center activity to practice subtraction within 6.

**MARCH KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Sounds Float By** – Student practice identifying beginning sounds.

**Lucky Endings** – Students say the name of each picture and write the ending sound.

**Shoot and Score Digraphs** – In this basketball center activity students practice identifying beginning digraphs.

**Beautiful Blends-** Students practice identifying beginning blends. Students will say the picture name and write the word.

**Lucky Vowels** – Students practice identifying the missing vowel in CVC words.

**Sentences for March** – Students match the picture with the correct sentence. Students will write the sentence next to the picture on the response sheet. There are four sets of sentence matching in this center.

**Spring Rhymes** – Students identify rhyming pictures.

**March Syllables** – Students clap out the number of syllables in each picture and color in a shamrock for each syllable.

**Planting CVC Words** – Students change the beginning sound to make a new word that matches the picture.

**MATH CENTERS**

**Looks like Rain! Base 10** – Students count the base ten blocks and write to tell how many. (Numbers 10-20)

**Spring 10 Frames **– Students count the ten frames and write the number that represents how many. There are 2 levels for this center – great for differentiation!

(#1-12) & (#9-20)

**So Lucky! Make 10** – Students practice making 10 using a ten frame.

**Fluttering Friends** – Students say the three numbers on each card and write them in numerical order.

**Rainy Days Ahead Count by 10 ** – Students look at the number on the card and count on the next three numbers by 10s.

**How Lucky** – Students count the number of each picture on the card. This is great practice for connecting counting to cardinality.

**APRIL KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Tisket Tasket! Sounds in My Basket! **– Student practice identifying beginning sounds.

**Blooming Endings** – Students say the name of each picture and write the ending sound.

**Hopping Good Digraphs** – In this Easter center activity students practice identifying beginning digraphs.

**Earthly Blends****–** Students practice identifying beginning blends. Students will say the picture name and write the word.

**Hatching Words** – Students practice identifying the missing vowel in CVC words.

**Sentences for April **– Students match the picture with the correct sentence. Students will write the sentence next to the picture on the response sheet. There are four sets of sentence matching in this center.

**Spring Rhymes** – Students identify rhyming pictures.

**April Syllables** – Students clap out the number of syllables in each picture and color in a shamrock for each syllable.

**Recycling Words** – Students change the beginning sound to make a new word that matches the picture.

**MATH CENTERS**

**Honey Bee! Base 10** – Students count the base ten blocks and write to tell how many. (Numbers 10-20)

**Buggy for 10 Frames **– Students count the ten frames and write the number that represents how many. There are 2 levels for this center – great for differentiation!

(#1-12) & (#9-20)

**Bunny Love! Make 10** – Students practice making 10 using a ten frame.

**Drifting in Order **– Students say the three numbers on each card and write them in numerical order.

**Get Crackin’ Count On ** – Students will count forward from the given number.

**Spring Friends** – Students say the three numbers on each card and write them in numerical order.

**Garden Friends** – Students will find the sum by adding the number of each item.

**Buggy Subtraction** – Students count the pictures and subtract the pictures with an X on them.

**MAY KINDERGARTEN CENTERS**

**LITERACY CENTERS**

**Day at the Beach **– Student practice identifying beginning sounds.

**Slimy Endings** – Students say the name of each picture and write the ending sound.

**Light Up the Digraphs** – In this Easter center activity students practice identifying beginning digraphs.

**Digging Up Blends****–** Students practice identifying beginning blends. Students will say the picture name and write the word.

**Spiky Vowels**– Students practice identifying the missing vowel in CVCe words.

**Sentences for May **– Students match the picture with the correct sentence. Students will write the sentence next to the picture on the response sheet. There are four sets of sentence matching in this center.

**Fishing for Rhymes** – Students identify rhyming pictures.

**May Syllables** – Students clap out the number of syllables in each picture and color in a shell for each syllable.

**MATH CENTERS**

**We all scream for ice cream!** – Students count the base ten blocks and write to tell how many. (Numbers 10-20)

**Camping with 10 Frames **– Students count the ten frames and write the number that represents how many.

**Sunny Make 10** – Students practice making 10 using a ten frame.

**Shell Seeking in Order **– Students say the three numbers on each card and write them in numerical order.

**Drifting in Order **– Students say the three numbers on each card and write them in numerical order.

**Day at the Beach Count On ** – Students will count forward from the given number.

**Spring Friends** – Students will count how many of each picture and write the number and the number word.

**Ocean Creatures** – Students will find the sum by adding the number of each item.

**Tropical Subtraction** – Students count the pictures and subtract the pictures with an X on them.

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