So the photo is giving me fits. Sorry it's sideways. I bought three bags of this stuff to fill my sensory table.
I plan to add some holiday stuff in with the snow. I'll have to take a pic and repost later. I was in a hurry to get to an appointment after school so this is as far as I got today.
I have changed the center activities that my students are working on this week to fit in with the holiday season. This first center is one of the freebies here on my blog. It the Penguin Color Word Match. Students match the color word to the color. This can be played as a concentration type game or use them as an assessment to see which color words students recognize. If you missed the post, here is the link.
Another center this week is a gingerbread word family sort. This is from my Gingerbread Math and Literacy Centers packet. You can get it in my TPT or TN store.
I also have my Ten Frames puzzles out this week for my students to practice ordering numbers. It is also from my Gingerbread Math and Literacy Centers packet.
I have one last thing to share. I bought a few things at the Dollar Tree recently. The books are dry erase and allow students to practice writing words, letters, shapes, and numbers. The cards are matching games. One of the games makes a picture when you have the correct match.
Yeah, for some reason the pic will only upload upside down. Well when I figure out how to fix that, I will. I even flipped it on my computer, but it still shows up like this. That's what I get for taking pics with my phone. :) It's almost as bad as spell check. Well, I hope I have given you some new ideas. What kind of centers are you doing this week?
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