Are you looking to spice up your daily center bins? Want to get your students to hold themselves accountable for completing center work, yet give them a choice? Then look no further!
How do I use these?
1 - Edit in PowerPoint to change the title and subtext directions, as well as your student name list.
2 - You can print in the original size (8.5"x11") or print multiple labels to one page to create smaller labels. Laminate for longevity and for use with dry erase markers.
3 - Have up to 10 centers set up in bins. Students can choose which center they wish to complete and then cross their names off of the center list. This helps you, the teacher, keep track of who has finished what.
Please keep in mind that you will need to train your students how to do this and how to hold themselves accountable for finishing work. You will still need to monitor centers for those students who do not finish center work, but cross their names off the list anyway. This freebie is just a way to help you better organize your centers and get students working independently so you can work 1:1 with other students in your classroom.
What fonts did you use?
*If you want to use the fonts I used, you will need to download KG Part of Me and KG Second Chances Sketch. Both are free personal use fonts by Kimberly Geswein.
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