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Tips for Independent Center Activities – EP 309

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Are you afraid to use centers right now because it’s just not safe? Centers are great for so many things! Review! Test prep! Enriching material! Collaboration! The list really goes on and on. However, there are times when we want students to be on their own to see specifically what that student knows. In order to do that, you need independent center activities for elementary students that will keep them engaged, and, in today’s world, healthy.

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4 Ways to Use Independent Center Activities for Elementary
Digital Centers Sample – DOWNLOAD HERE
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