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Organizing Your Centers – EP 306

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Scenario time! You’ve decided on when you’ll do your centers, what the framework will be; your overall expectations. You’re ready to start but once you do disaster strikes! Students are missing pieces and you’re running around like a crazy person. What did you miss? What went wrong? Centers are a great way to review material, enrich what students already know, and prepare for tests. However, if not organized well, math and literacy centers can become a headache. Organizing your centers for optimal use is what truly makes centers work for you.

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Organizing Your Centers Resources

Blog Post: 6 Tips for Organizing Centers for Simple Set-Up
Iris Boxes
Center Labels
Plastic Storage Bags

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