# Playful Penguins Math and Literacy Centers

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Anna Brantley
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This penguin themed math and literacy center packet includes 15 hands-on printable centers, plus a bubble map, tree map, and "All About Penguins" writing paper. It would make a wonderful addition to any winter theme in your classroom!! All recording sheets come with a coordinating recording sheet. Check out the downloadable preview and the list of all the activities below for a sneak peek of everything!

Math Centers
1. Penguin Fact Families- Students show the related addition and subtraction facts for each fact family card in the boxes below.
2. Penguin Place Value- Students match up the place value cards and show their work on the recording sheet.
3. Penguin Problem Solving- Students solve each penguin problem and show their work on the recording sheet.
4. Penguin Number Neighbors- Students use a hundred's chart to help the penguins find what is 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less than the numbers on their tummies. They show their work on the recording sheet.
5. Penguin Time- Students match the clocks to the correct time (hour & half hour) and show their work on the recording sheet.
6. Three Addend Penguin Addition Sort- Students solve and sort the addition problems by their sums. They show their work on the recording sheet.
7. Penguin Fair Shares- Students solve each fair share problem using the penguins and fish. They show their work on the recording sheet.

Literacy Centers
1. Read the Room- Students read the /en/ and /in/ words on the walls and sort them on the recording sheet.
2. Playful Penguins Making Words- Students make words with the letters in playful penguins and show their work on the recording sheet.
3. Penguin Friends Making Words- Students make words with the letters in penguin friends and show their work on the recording sheet.
4. Penguin Punctuation- Sort the sentences into two groups, those needing periods and those needing question marks. Then they show their work on the recording sheet.
5. Penguin Phonics- Students drop a counter on each board. They use the beginning {onset} and ending {rime} sound the counters landed on to make a real or nonsense word. They show their work on the recording sheet.
6. Penguin Facts and Opinions- Students sort the penguin facts and opinions and show their work on the recording sheet.
7. Penguin ABC Order -Students put the words in abc order (1st & 2nd letter) and show their work on the recording sheet.
8. Playful Penguin Sentences- Students unscramble each set of words to make a complete sentence.
9. Penguin Facts Bubble Map- Students use the bubble map to write facts about penguins.
10. Penguin Tree Map- Students use the tree map to organize important information about penguins.
11. All About Penguins Writing Paper- Students use the information in their bubble and brace maps to write about penguins. *Extra blank sheet of lined paper provided*

Anna Brantley
www.fun-n-first.blogspot.com
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Hi, I just downloaded your playful penguins math and literacy centers packet, and unfortunately their are black marks on almost every page. Can you resend this to me via e-mail? Otherwise, I'll need to have my account credited.

Thank you so much!

Tara Doherty
January 8, 2012
Anna Brantley  (TpT Seller)
Hi There, This is an easy fix!
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Thanks SO much for your purchase:) Let me know if the above does not work!!
January 8, 2012

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