Sunday, October 21, 2012

Center Work Pictures


The children rotate amongst centers with their table groups. On this day, the center rotation included art in place of the listening station. On days when the students don't have a listening station activity, they listen to a book read aloud by me. The read-aloud focus skill changes, based on the literature selection, and always ends with a follow-up discussion that includes personal responses to the story.
 
You'll see in the pictures, the children used water colors to paint scarecrows, an extension of weekly poetry and book readings about fall; the word work group focused on contractions by putting candy corn puzzles together and reading the words with their center partners.
Read to Self
 
Work on Writing

Art Center
 
Word Work
 
 


 

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