Fidget spinners are the newest craze, so instead of banning them, why not use them to make learning centers fun? Just print these pages, add a few fidget spinners, and you've got a ton of different center ideas that will keep students engaged and spinning on end! In these resources, the spinner is used as a "timer" to develop fluency. The students put an actual fidget spinner on the page, spin it, and then see if they can "beat the clock" or their own personal best.
Skills included in the packet:
a blank alphabet page: you can either write in letters for students who need help with particular letters, and I've also included an editable version you can type yourself
short a words
short e words
short i words
short o words
short u words
a blank page
an editable version to type your own words
sight words: I included words for the Phonics First kindergarten curriculum, but also included an EDITABLE sight word page so you can type in your own words.
Number sense with subitizing pictures
a blank version
an editable number version so you can type in your own numbers