Thursday, October 4, 2012

Classroom Centers

Are you looking for some great ideas on what to do in classroom centers? I enjoy running centers in my classroom, but I often find that students working in a center will finish before others in the same center. This can lead to "off-task" behavior and cause other problems. I was so thrilled to find a solution that has already worked in my classroom on the first day I tried it!

Krissy over at Mrs. Miner's Kindergarten Monkey Business has the perfect solution for all of us! Click HERE to read all about it and see her great pictures.

She includes links to centers created by herself as well as other teachers. She also includes pictures that show how the centers are set up and how students are using the materials. 

Every item that was created for a center is of very high quality. My students were especially thrilled by her Pokey Pin centers. 

I have found Krissy's posts to be especially informative and wonderfully varied. Hop on over and consider following her blog so that you can be up to date on what she has to share with you next! If you do, drop her a note and let her know that Sea Bear's Kindergarten sent you!

Mrs. Miner's Kindergarten Monkey Business




  1. Wow! Thanks for the shout out, Christina! I am just sharing what it took me years to figure out. If I can stop the frustration of new teachers and help frustrated veterans (like I was!), then I am happy. It makes me so pleased to know that my method (that is just a compilation of everyone elses!) works for you as well. Day 2 of math centers went even better than day 1, which makes me excited to plan for Week 2! Again, thanks so much for sharing MMMB! Love it!

  2. You are very welcome! I hope you blog more about how your math centers work. Thanks for sharing with everyone!


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