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How many Math centers can a primary teacher have?

How many Math centers can a primary teacher have?

From planning leveled guided-math lessons, to guided reading groups, to writer’s workshop, to Daily 5 choices, to math centers, as primary teachers we can be planning and preparing for over 36 lessons/activities each week. If we think about this for too long, it’s WAY overwhelming – right?!

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When to put Math Center at teacher table?

Our centers are meant to provide students just-right, hands-on practices with content we have already covered. Therefore, material we are learning RIGHT NOW at teacher table WILL NOT be in our centers. Typically I like to wait until the next week (or two) to introduce the skill as an independent or partner center.

Are there any catches with having guest teachers introduce Math centers?

The only ‘catch’ with having Guest Teachers introduce math centers is that you must leave EXPLICIT, step-by-step instructions on how to play the game, preferably with visual directions already made so students have a picture of your expectations.

How to run a literacy center that works?

There are a LOT of different ways to run literacy centers. For example, you can have students work in pairs. Or they can work in larger groups. You might have students work with their guided reading groupmates. Or mix groups up so that students work with peers at different levels.

From planning leveled guided-math lessons, to guided reading groups, to writer’s workshop, to Daily 5 choices, to math centers, as primary teachers we can be planning and preparing for over 36 lessons/activities each week. If we think about this for too long, it’s WAY overwhelming – right?!

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How does the literacy center work at the primary pond?

Students bring their book bags or boxes to this center. They spend a few minutes: A sand timer may be helpful with teaching students to limit the amount of time they spend planning and talking. A group leader might turn over a 3 or 5 minute sand timer as soon as students enter the center.