Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom Management!!!

Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
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Station/Center Signs

These Circus Themed Station/Center Signs will serve as an easy, child friendly, way to manage your classroom. These signs will help keep your class running smoothly and every student will know where to go!! I have 83 different station/center signs for you to choose from. I polled all my colleagues to see what stations/centers they use most often and compiled them for you. The list is alphabetized for you to easily find the signs you need. There are 2 different signs on a page to be cut out and laminated. I also included 8 blank signs for you to write in any stations/centers unique to your own classroom! You may want to copy or mount them on cardstock for lasting durability. This popular Circus style will keep everyone’s attention!! Be careful when printing – there are two sets. One set uses the word “Station” and has RED lettering, and one set uses the word “Center” and has ORANGE lettering. Print only the pages you need/want!!

The following signs are included, each ending with both the word “station” and “center” in alphabetical order for your convenience!!

Alphabet Station/Center
Art Station/Center
Big Book Station/Center
Birthday Station/Center
Block Station/Center
Book Look Station/Center
Book Making Station/Center
Buddy Reading Station/Center
Calendar and Weather Station/Center
Calendar Station/Center
Car Station/Center
Clay Station/Center
Clocks Station/Center
Computer Station/Center
Cubes Station/Center
Dice Station/Center
Dinosaur Station/Center
Dominoes Station/Center
Drama Station/Center
Dramatic Play Station/Center
Dry Erase Station/Center
Easel Station/Center
File Folder Station/Center
Flannel Board Station/Center
Fluency Station/Center
Free Choice
Game Station/Center
Geoboard Station/Center
Grammar Station/Center
Handwriting Station/Center
Holiday Station/Center
Housekeeping Station/Center
I Spy Station/Center
Insect Station/Center
iPad Station/Center
Journal Station/Center
Kitchen Station/Center
Laptop Station/Center
Leap Pad Station/Center
Lego Station/Center
Letter Work Station/Center
Library Station/Center
Listening Station/Center
Lite Brite Station/Center
Literacy Station/Center
Little People Station/Center
Magna Doodle Station/Center
Math Station/Center
Mr. Potato Head Station/Center
Music Station/Center
Painting Station/Center
Phonics Station/Center
Play-Doh Station/Center
Pocket Chart Station/Center
Poetry Station/Center
Puppet Station/Center
Puzzle Station/Center
Read the Room Station/Center
Reader's Theater Station/Center
Reading Station/Center
Research Station/Center
Sand Station/Center
Science Station/Center
Self-Reading Station/Center
Sensory Station/Center
Sight Words Station/Center
Sketching Station/Center
Smart Board Station/Center
Social Studies Station/Center
Spelling Station/Center
Table Game Station/Center
Teacher Table Station/Center
Technology Station/Center
Tinker Toys Station/Center
Water Colors Station/Center
Water Station/Center
Weather Station/Center
Word Building Station/Center
Word Family Station/Center
Word Work Station/Center
Write the Room Station/Center
Writing Station/Center

Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Circus Themed Station/Center Sign Set. If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile. I hope you enjoy this wacky Circus funny….

P.T. Barnum, the owner of the Barnum & Bailey circus was the originator of the phrase "There's a sucker born every minute.” Sometime in the early 1900's he offered $10,000 in cash to any person who could thoroughly dupe, or sucker him.
Barnum was always looking for interesting new acts or novel creatures to exhibit, and one day he received a letter from a fellow in Maine who claimed to possess a cherry-colored cat. He asked Barnum if he was interested in such a thing for his circus.
Barnum contacted the man and said yes, if the cat were truly cherry-colored, he'd gladly put it on display.
Well, a few days later a crate marked "live animal" was delivered to him. When Barnum opened it, he found a somewhat frightened but otherwise perfectly ordinary-looking black housecat inside, along with a note that read:
"Maine cherries are black. There's a sucker born every minute..."
Thoroughly tickled, Barnum sent the man a check for $10,000.
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Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M
Circus Themed Station/Center Signs - Great for Classroom M