This item contains a few sheets created to aid in organizing your centers. Almost every teacher I meet, work with, teach with, read about...etc. has a different way of executing centers in his/her classroom. All of which are effective for their teaching style.
Do you ever feel like you are missing an activity for a certain standard you teach? Do you ever feel like you forget about a great game you have created in the past...and forget to pull it out of your closet when you are teaching that standard? I have done this soooo many times! It is so frustrating! I usually end up using that game/activity later in the year for test review; however, I always hate that I spent so much time making it a year ago, only to forget about it the next year!
Keep all of your standards AND the centers you have for that standard listed on the first chart you will see in this pack. Print multiple of this page, because you will need more than one (due to the amount of standards we have to teach!). When you are done, you will see where you have a lot of activities for your class to use in centers, and where you are lacking in inventory for a certain standard. There is a second version of this sheet in the pack if you feel like organizing your pages by subject (this is how I prefer to organize).
The “Center Plans” page is a simple sheet you can use to go along with your plans for the week. Sometimes, we do not need to list every individual center in our plans; but if you get a visitor in your class, it might be nice for them to have that sheet so that they can see which standards are being assessed/practiced and what the students are working on specifically.
There is a color version and a black/white version of each sheet.
EDITABLE VERSION ALSO INCLUDED!