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You can make centers work in your classroom by reading these few tips about management, setting them up and how to make students accountable.

Making Centers Work

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Improving the Quality of Student Work in Centers

Improving the Quality of Student Work in Centers

Improving the Quality of Student Work in Centers- perfect for math or reading centers! Love the reading menu!

Differentiate Word Work through Student Choice! Word work activities, classroom management, and tips to help all students work on words at their own level during centers and Daily 5 time.

Differentiate word Work through student Choice! Word work activities, classroom management, and tips to help all students work on words at their own level during centers and Daily 5 time.

AR Chart - has worked well for years. Student moves clip down to take a test!

AR Chart - has worked well for years. Student moves clip down to take a test! Could change AR to RC for reading counts tests!

Making Centers Work.    While many teachers love centers, others aren't such big fans. In this post I describe management, setup, and accountability needed to smoothly run centers.

While many teachers love centers, others aren't such big fans. In this post I describe management, setup, and accountability needed to smoothly run centers.

The 5 Levels of Student Engagement ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Teaching Resource: A Must See Visual Featuring The 5 Levels of Student Engagement ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

5 Strategies for Reaching Disengaged Students

5 Strategies for Reaching Disengaged Students: Guest Post by Erin Beattie from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

I Spy Sight Words Reading Center idea blog post which includes a FREEBIE Clever Classroom. Laminate a variety of text and have chn find the words on their own lists.

I Spy Sight Words Reading Activity with a Freebie. Simply laminate and label the pages, provide students with magnifying glasses and a dry erase marker each. They circle the list of words you provide or copy from a sight word list.

!Kids love and can relate to Hello David. This is a cute anchor chart showing what NOT to do in school.

read the "No David" book(s). Then ask the children what a peacebreaker is and write down what they say. Then do the same for a peacemaker! Hang in the classroom as a reminder to the children!

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