**Edited to add matching classroom signs and more graphic options for diverse classrooms**
This management chart is the perfect tool for any classroom that uses any centers or workstations. This kit includes 31 different pocket chart cards and signs, two choices of pocket chart headers, student and group cards, plus blank cards and signs for adding your own activities!
The following centers or workstations are included:
reading to yourself
songs and poetry
write the room
read the room
games and puzzles
plus, blank cards to add your own activities!
I purchased the blue dot literacy center kit and would like to make a few more signs of my own. What is the font that you used and could you send a blank sheet of the blue dot signs in WORD. Thanks, Cat
Thanks for your purchase! Unfortunately, I cannot send the file in word because of formatting issues. It should be compatible with any Powerpoint program, though. The font is called MTF Peach Cobbler and is available from Miss Tiina Fonts. :)
September 17, 2012
Hi I purchased your Literacy Center Management Chart and I was wondering if you could send me a few blank pages of the blue dot center cards in WORD so that I can add my own centers or if I could send you a list of centers to add for me? Thank you in advance!
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll help you out! Thanks!
July 29, 2012
These are great! I am planning on purchasing your new binderizing kit (so super also!)...question...is there anyway you could include dark skinned clip art kids in your literacy and math center management chart kits? I teach African American kids and I am thinking the graphics as is won't work in my classroom. OR could you include a set without kids clipart? Thanks for all you do! Your classroom is so inspiring!! Mrs D.
Thank you so much for bringing this to my attention. I have updated all of my Literacy Center Workstation Management Charts to include additional graphic options for classrooms that are more diverse. Some of the graphics do not come in different skin-tones, but I inserted as many as I could. Plus, I've used objects such as books, etc., so not all of the graphics are children. Thanks again for making me more aware of this--I will definitely keep it in mind as I create things for the future!
This is my sixth year teaching first grade, and I could not imagine myself anywhere else! From teaching my firsties how to read to celebrating the 100th day of School in super-hero style, I absolutely love it!