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Description Construction Math and Literacy Centers are loaded with fun, hands on construction themed activities to help your students build math and literacy concepts! Literacy skills covered are letter identification, beginning sounds, handwriting, syllables, building vocabulary words, sight words, and writing/journaling. Math skills cover are one to one correspondence, counting, addition, making 10, non-standard measurement, maps, 3D shapes, and 2D shapes. Each activity has a page of…
Lorrie Crowther saved to Lessons
Browse over 290 educational resources created by Pre-K Printable Fun in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Pam Keenan saved to Reading Room
How to set up the blocks center in your early childhood classroom (with ideas, tips, and book list) plus block center freebies!
ChildCareAwareCSWA saved to Centers: Block Play
Literacy center set-up and organization ideas with pictures for your Preschool, Pre-K, or Kindergarten classroom. Literacy Center Set Up How to set up a literacy or ABC center in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. Literacy center ideas and activities for teaching letter recognition and the alphabet. What do you put in your literacy center? ...
Jennie Hulsizer saved to Work/play - same thing
Time management during centers is so important for our little learners. No matter what system you use, it's important for students to know the expectations for the classroom centers. Our center time is an hour each day which is a huge block of time for students to play and learn!
Jackie Cole saved to Classroom Ideas
FREE labels and signs to make your Kitchen Dramatic Play area organized, functional and fun!
If you've ever wondered what preschool centers, why they’re important, and what successful centers look like, you're in the right place!
carla salas saved to Ideas cole 2022
Use hands-on and engaging activities with math manipulatives to reinforce one-to-one correspondence skills, number formation, counting and more!
Aimie Young saved to Education
Zoo is one of my students' favorite themes of the year. It's a fun and engaging theme for students and teachers alike. Animals fascinate children, and this theme builds upon the interest that already exists. Be sure to grab the Desert Art Freebie and Zoo Pattern Blocks Freebie later in the post too! It makes the cutest bulletin board, and it's a great scissor skills activity too!
Susan Delicath saved to zoo