Center time? We all know the drill. You are trying your best to work with a small group of students, while another group of students is off-task at their desks, others are trying their best on the carpet, but none of the students in that group are able to read the directions. Everyone needs your help, and the students sitting closer to you are unintentionally rejected. If this scenario sounds familiar, this is the center rotation chart for you!
In this center format, students work with others of varying abilities during self-guided centers, while working on-level during the teacher-guided center. This off-level, on-level arrangement makes it easy to provide instruction using material on the students' lexile, while preventing all of your lowest readers from being stranded in a center together without help.
Center activities can be adapted to meet your needs, and the center rotation chart can easily be adapted to work during Math, Writing, or other curriculum areas. This center chart is editable so you can add your students' names in replacement of the numbers. Please email me if you have any questions: email@example.com