A huge part of our day in my classroom revolves around centers. We do language centers, math centers and free choice centers just about every day. My language centers are the most organized, so I wanted to share with you how I do it.
Here's a pic of the set-up on my board:
Some of my centers that don't really change are: magnets, book center, computers, listening and puzzles. These stay the same, but the skill at each changes as the year goes on. For example, at the beginning of the year at magnets students are working on building their names and matching letters. The middle of the year they're making sight words. And now at the end of the year they're creating whole sentences. I love seeing the progress!
This is a system I will definitely take with me to my new job. Can't wait to see what that classroom looks like!
(note- I just had my evaluation meeting and my principal noted how she loved this organization system I have going! yay!)