Use the colorful literacy signs to define your center areas. You can also print them smaller and use them on your literacy center management chart.
There are 12 signs in all (writing center, reading center, ABC center, vocabulary center, puzzle center, listening center, handwriting center, nonfiction center, computer center, blocks center, housekeeping center, overhead center) plus two blank ones that you can personalize.
I printed these out, glued them on card stock, then had them laminated. They brighten my classroom and clearly define where each center is.
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I LOVE LOVE Your center cards. Would you be willing to make center cards for:
Math center, Promethean center, Science center, Doll house Center, Drama Center, Art Center... I want to purchase your first set but I really would like all my center cards to match :0)
I graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Elementary Education in 2007. I later attained a master's degree in Library Media. I've been teaching for 5 years (1 year 1st grade, 1 year 2nd grade, 3 in kindergarten).