Hi friends! I’m ready to get back to school to have a fun, festive three weeks in our school library! Here’s a peek at what will happen in our space this week! Decorating for the Holidays I like to have a festive holiday theme for the weeks between Thanksgiving and our winter break. This year, we’ll be in a woodland winter wonderland, featuring our school
Hi friends! This week I’m setting up a candy corn estimation station in our school library. You can click here to get the sign I’m using as a free download from my Google Drive. I’ve got my Estimation Station filled with candy corn (enclosed in a zipper bag, away from germs and prying fingers). Whoever has the closest estimate will take home the candy corn.
Hi friends! You may remember that I showed you a couple of days ago how my Scholastic Book Fair is going Seuss-y. My library centers are also related to either Seuss or the book fair. Today I assembled our One Fish Two Fish Estimation Center. You can click on that link and get the free download from my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Here’s how I
Who’s ready for a math center that’s easy to prepare and features super cute, colorful owls? I am!Here is a free printable from Ms. Rachel’s Room. Print it on the color printer, cut out the pieces at the bottom and laminate it all. How easy was that? If you want to put more activities at the center, put out the cubes or other manipulatives and
Are you looking for a cute February center? Here is a dice game for Valentine’s day.Here is the free download from Teaching Heart. Each student takes a turn rolling the dice. They add a part to their love bug, depending on the number they roll. The first student to complete a love bug with all six parts is the winner! After you print these, you
I don’t know about you, but every time book fair rolls around, I realize that our students need LOTS more practice in money math. I think this library center will help! Here’s a cute FREE printable center from Ginger Snaps. Students take turns marking a number. That number is added to the player’s total. Each player is trying to be the first to get a
Color Sudoku Center materials are available at this link to my TPT store. This is an easy math center to set up. It promotes critical thinking, mathematical logic, and solving for variables. I provide the instructions and simplified grids in my TPT download. You provide cubes or cut up paint chips for students to fill in the grids with. This version is pdf so you
From Fun-n-First comes this egg-cellent math center. Just buy up some of those plastic eggs that are so plentiful in spring. Use your permanent marker or paint pen to write the number on the smaller, bottom part of the egg, and the clue or equation on the top, larger part of the egg. If you want to make this center more challenging, have several eggs