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Center Direction
Submitted by: Leta Bell, Kindergarten

My management technique is a center board consisting of: ABC's, Math, Writing, Reading, Sensory, Computer, Blocks, and Art. For each of the centers I have created an icon that my students can recognize. This icon is attached with velcro to the top of 4x5 cards. After my students are placed in groups of three, their names are written on the cards. The icons can be easily transfered every day by moving the icons over one card. My students look at the center board. Immediately, they know where they will be working that day. This system helps me make sure each student visits all the centers each week. It also eliminates the arguing about who is going where.



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