Center Rotation Board Signs

Kindergarten center rotation tips and signs for center rotation board for K-1
Kids LOVE doing centers, and SO MUCH good learning takes place there!
Kindergarten center rotation tips and signs for center rotation board for K-1
When doing centers in Kindergarten, I had small groups of 3-5 students in each center. There were 3-5 different center activities running at one time (depending on class size).

I used a pocket chart as my center rotation board.
I have found this to be the simplest way to organize my work stations.
Students worked in one station until the time was up. Then I simply moved the activity card sign over one spot in the rotation, and students knew what exactly which activity they would be in next.
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Kindergarten center rotation tips and signs for center rotation board for K-1
I have updated an *old* pack of center rotation board signs, and added tons of new cards. There are now 90 in the pack!
This bundle of center rotation board signs will help students know what learning activities they are to work on. This pack features 90 center signs, covering all types of learning.
It includes literacy, math, socials, fine motor, and many other types of centers and subject areas! It also includes headers and EDITABLE templates.
Kindergarten center rotation tips and signs for center rotation board for K-1

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