Spring Centers!


Spring Reading and Math Centers

Hey, y'all! Is anybody else ready for some spring weather? I know Valentines just ended, but spring break and Easter are right around the corner and I can't for my students to get their hands on some new centers.

First up is a spring sight words write the room. The words are from the Journey's Kindergarten curriculum (most of which are on the Fry's list as well). There are 6 words for each type of candy and a recording sheet to go with each. Students color the recording sheet to match the candy and write the word.


We also like to walk around during math...so these little Peeps Addition Write the Room cards are perfect for kindergarten and first graders to practice writing and solving addition problems. Students add the 2 colors of peeps together on each card and write the number sentence on the recording sheet. 


My littles also need practice with number order. These differentiated task cards are just right for kindergarten and first grades to practice writing numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least. 


This open-ended game is easy to differentiate. Students draw cards and either add them together or subtract the numbers. This is great for small group intervention or independent centers. 


My students are fascinated with telling time and these Peeps time matching cards are always a hit. Students draw cards and match the times together or draw and record the time on the recording sheet. Simple, but always effective.


In science, we just love to experiment with food (because they always hope they get to eat it after! Ha!). That's why we love this little Peeps Science booklet. Just put a few marshmallow Peeps into different liquids and watch how the different liquids affect each Peep. The kids are fascinated by this simple activity and it's minimal prep for you. Score!


Whew! That was a lot. For hanging with me to the end, grab this little sight word egg hunt freebie. Just place the cards in a pocket chart and hide the egg behind one of the words. Students take turns reading and guessing the sight words trying to find the hidden egg. The first player to find the egg wins. :) 


Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to check out the other amazing things at my TpT store! While you're there, be sure to follow me so you don't miss anything. Have a happy spring!

Stay cozy,

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