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After the first couple of weeks, I will have a routine for centers. But next week is our second week in and i want to start centers with some simple activities. Could someone help me out with some simple, yet effective centers that would take about 10-15 minutes per group? BTW, i teach 3rd grade. thanks


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I haven't done centers in the past, but am doing them this year. Our first day is tomorrow, so all I can tell you is what I have planned.

ABC order center
File Folder games in Science Center
Hangman in the Grammar center ( I put a dry erase board, marker, and words for them)

Those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head.

Here are some resources I used:
http://www.mandygregory.com/printabl...and%20Suffixes
http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/lear...r/lc_sites.htm
http://staffweb.peoriaud.k12.az.us/T...cy_centers.htm
http://216.182.167.201/products/inst...essuffixes.htm
http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/lite...s/wordwork.htm
http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/lite...tingcenter.htm
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Our school just read a book on effective centers - I have about 6 pages of notes that are "I can" lists for various centers. I'd be happy to email the document to you if you want to pass along your email to me
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My kids loved puzzles last year. They did them in copy paper box lids and we put them up at the end of center time. I also did a writing center with left over paper, stickers, gel pens, etc. They could write notes to any teacher or to a family member. I also used encylopedias. I just put them out with post-it notes and the kids marked things they thought a specific person might like. For example my name on a post it by Tigers.
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I would love a copy of the I Can list. I'm starting workstations this year ( I read Debbie Diller's book over the summer) and would love any "I Can" ideas. Thanks.

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I'd love a copy of your "I Can" list for various centers. I'd appreciate your time and trouble! Thanks, in advance!
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I would love the "I can" list as well.

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Me too. lowens@bixbyps.org
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Me Too!
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If it's not too much trouble, could you also send it to me? drama_queenie82@hotmail.com. Thanks!! !


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Melissa, thanks so much. Could you send me the document?

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I am going to try centers this year as well. I am going to use them during my language block so I want to focus on centers that fit this topic. http://staffweb.peoriaud.k12.az.us/T...cy_centers.htm I love these ideas and want to try many of them this year.
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I am starting to use centers this year. Could you please send me the
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Hi Melissa,

I'd love to read the notes. My email is lamarathon@auracom.com

Thanks!

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Could you please email the notes to me as well? Thanks!

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I'd also love a copy. Thanks for doing this.
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Can you please send me a copy of your notes? I would love to read them My email is olivianj79@yahoo.com. Thanks
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If it's not too much trouble...would you please send me the list of "I can" centers to bjschena@snet.net. Thanks in advance for all your help!
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I would love a copy of the "I CAN" list also. Thank you so much for your help and support of your fellow teachers.

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Can the list be posted?
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I really would rather not post my email address, so I was wondering if the ideas could be posted here by someone. Thanks!
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Can't you make an attachment through this post instead of having to email each one? I would also like to see your ideas, but hate to make you have so much work! : )
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Melissa, thank you in advance! Could you please send me the document? I really appreciate it!

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This is my first year in 3rd grade since I was home raising my own. I am doing everything in centers and would love some great ideas.

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Just when you thought you were through! Could you please send me your list of your "I Cans"? tgotti@clarkschools.org
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I would also love a copy. I am just starting out in a 2-3 split class, so any help I can get would be wonderful.
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I'm also new to third this year and would love to have some help with centers. Could you please e-mail me the list as well? I'm so excited to read it! Thanks a million.

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Could I have a copy too, please?

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I sure would love a copy too.

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Thanks so much for your help. This is my first year doing centers and I have some ideas, but it's not together yet. When I get it together I'll post list to share.
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I would love a copy too please! poohsacrewoods@yahoo.com
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Please send me the list!
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Well, I'm assuming that a bunch of PT members have the list now, so would someone be a doll and upload it?

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Listening Work Station

I can…

• listen to the tape or CD and follow along in the book
• visualize while listening. Then I can tell my partner what I saw in my mind or do a quick sketch; compare our “mind pictures”
• answer questions with my partner after listening to the tape/CD
• choose a reading response to do after listening
• listen for new vocabulary or interesting words and use highlighter tape to mark them. Then I can write these works on list paper
• listen to the way the reader used his or her voice to match punctuation. Then I can try to read a part just like it sounded on the recording.
• Record a piece I have written for others to listen to.
• Read aloud and record a favorite poem or short picture book
• Read aloud and record the first chapter or a favorite scene from a book we like. I can read it to persuade our friends to read it, too
• Use a listening map to improve my comprehension.

Buddy Reading Work Station

Two students – individual copy of same fiction book. Read a chapter silently and then use discussion cards. Cards relate to strategy you’ve been modeling.

Another pair – with nonfiction book or assigned chapter of science book.

Rules: decide what to read, read together OR take turns, read a section then stop and talk: summarize, make predictions, draw conclusions, ask questions

I can:
• Read the same chapter as my buddy and discuss it when we’re finished reading
• Decide how we’re going to read here (together orally, you read a page/I read a page, silently to a certain place)
• Read a nonfiction text together and discuss it as we read. Write a summary of what we learned
• Use the chart on how to read nonfiction to remind us not to skip any parts
• Write questions about what we read for the next kids who come to read this text. Put them on a sticky note and write the answers on the back.

Spelling Work Station

Test each other, crosswords, word game

I can:
• Give my partner a spelling test and check it together
• Play aspelling game – scrabble or hangman
• Make an illustration of a tough word from this list to help me remember how to spell it
• Create a web that shows other words linked to a word from our spelling list
• Practice writing hard-to-spell words wit ha gel pen
• Write antonyms/synonyms for words that have them
• Rainbow words

Overhead Work Station

Grammar that is being taught, reading comprehension, proofreading writing…
Each transparency goes in a plastic sleeve

I can…
• Read and discuss an overhead from the binder with my partner
• Work to fill out a transparency
• Proofread a piece of writing
• Practice cursive writing – circle our best
• Use overhead manipulatives to solve word problems

Computer Work Station

I can…
• Read about an author we’re studying and write facts I learned
• Do a webquest
• Use a bookmarked website
• Look up my password in the card file if I forget it
• Use Word to type a piece from writer’s workshop I want to publish
• Save my work onto my disk from the file box/my file
• Choose an interactive CD from those in the CD rack
• Take a reading comprehension test

Handwriting

Variety of writing tools – pencils first. Model of cursive alphabet, list of their names written in cursive
www.fonts4teachers.com
Teach handwriting during grammar or writing/reading time to save time.

I can…
• Practice writing my name in cursive
• Practicing writing the names of my friends and classmates
• Practice writing the alphabet in cursive, using upper and lower case letters
• Write the teacher a note using my best cursive writing and put it in her basket
• Write the principal a note using my best cursive writing – put it in Mrs. Speakman’s basket
• Write my favorite letter ten times, circle the best one, and think about why it’s the best
• Write the letter that is hardest for me to write ten times..
• Do a practice sheet
• Write your spelling words using cursive

Newspaper Work Station

Quarterly class paper

Cut out newspaper articles of interest, mount the headline, graphics, and article separately…put in a bag and the kids can match them and read them.
Read a syndicated newspaper story
File folder box with examples – they can contribute ones that fit in the categories

I can…
• Write a news article for our class newspaper
• Read a newspaper written for kids
• Use a task card
• Add a news article to the folder file box
• Read a news article with a partner. Underline facts in blue. Circle opinions in red.
• Write a classified ad, cartoon, fiction story, non-fiction story, book review…

Grammar Work Station
Playing teacher

I can…
• Circle the helping verbs
• Color-code each part of speech
• Use word tiles to make sentences, making sure to include a noun, adjective, verb… then copy onto paper and mark them
• Use mad-libs to practice parts of speech
• Edit a piece from writer’s workshop for grammar.

Word Study Work Station: phonics, spelling, and vocabulary

Scrabble, choose words to investigate, interesting phrases – talk about them, tell what it makes them think about, what the words mean in the story, how they could use it in a story, multiple meanings.
Work with phonics patterns, frequently misspelled words, content-area vocab, word orthography

Phonics:
* Sort words – based on vowel pattern, part of speech, meaning, prefix/suffix/root
Sort, then read each word in the sort, maybe write them into lists
* Making words – do in lg/sm gropu first – make new words and investigate how to change them by removing or adding a letter – one kid reads the teacher script and they check them together
* How many words can you make – spelling list and how many words you can make out of one of the words. Dictionary handy to check spelling. Egg timer for extra challenge
* Play word games – boggle, scrabble, create own word study game
* Doing word games from newspaper
* Give each other “spelling tests” – this week or previous week’s words, check them
* Create word webs, trees, and ladders – Ladders: start with a 2 letter word, add or change a word as you go up.
* Illustrate words – make bookmarks to illustrate a new word and put them in the library or inside that book
* Dictionary/thesaurus work – check spelling, meaning, pronunciation
* Make books of related words, such as homophones – small booklets to write a homophone, illustrate, and write the meaning or use it in a sentence in context
* Collecting words – personal word banks they come across
* Crossword puzzles with content-area words
* Play word study games – pictionary…
* Short text to pay attention to new words – Time for kids, fact cars: //yahooligans.yahoo.com.content/animals – jot down new words – sketches
* match vocab to definiton

Poetry Work Station

Change throughout the year: form, reading levels, sophistication of poems, and students’ responses to them.
www.poets.org


• Read poems – aloud so they hear and feel the language
• Write poems
• Submit poems online or to contests
• Perform poems – dramatize them with a partner
• Copy them – cursive
• Illustrate poems
• Compare – venn diagram
• Respond
• Harvest words in their journal
• Study line breaks, stanzas, alliteration, rhyming, repetition, personification, word choice
• Learn about poets: Arnold Adoff, Aileen Fisher, Betsy Franco, Robert Frost, Nikki Giovanni, Lee Bennett Hopkins, Langston Hughes, Paul Janeczko, Karla Kuskin, Myra Livingston, Eve Merriam, Lilian Moore, Naomi Nye, Christina Rosetti, Carl Sandburg, Shel Silverstein, Valerie Worth
• Making poems with magnetic poetry kit (www.magneticpoetry.com)
• Memorize favorite poems – perform with props or dramatization
• Find poems to match places or people or things
• Learn parts of speech
• Explore metaphors, similies, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia…
• Read poetry cards

Teaching poetry:
1. read it aloud and have them listen. Tell them to think about images or connections
2 . have them share with partners and then the class
3. Listen again – maybe they will hear rhyming or alliteration
Dramatize poetry:
Listen for words to enunciate – find motions to use, add props
Have a Poetry Café where they share poems
Add magazine pics for ideas (or natural objects)
Teach new forms – haiku, acrostics, ballads
Highlight a student’s “pick of the week” poem on a poster


Content-Area Work Stations

Sci/SS
• read and write about historical figures, scientists, inventors
• Take notes about a topic of study
• Engage in inquiry projects
• Write nonfiction pieces about the topic
• Review and work with vocabulary
• Use equiz cards
• Make a mural
• Quick-write
• Buddy read textbook pages
• Buddy read related texts
• Listen to tapes

SS ideas:
• geography – atlases and maps with games or questions
• investigate culture
• work with dates, tables, graphs, charts, timelines, physical representations

Sci ideas:
• use scientific inquiry methods to investigate – experiments
• use tools to conduct inquiry
• examine data – comparing charts
• Have experiements they can do on their own with materials, directions, and questions

Drama Work Station

• read reader’s theater scripts
• doing “stress the highlighted word” – read a sentence and change the word the gets stressed each time
• play “guess the emotion”
• work with mood
• work with dialogue, plot, and conflict
• write character sketches – physical descriptions, social and psych info
• write reader’s theater scripts
• use drama to rehearse for writing
• produce a one-minute sound bite (brief news report)
• work with characterization – what was the character really like? How describe the character, why acted this way? What problems might they have had in the past / future?
• Add motions to poems
• Dramatize stories / informational texts
• Dramatize an opening scene from a book to persuade others to read it
• Pantomime words or phrases
• Improvise – give “conflict lines” on a card
o Where do you think they could possibly be?
o I can’t believe she actually did that!
o This looks too dangerous!
o That isn’t what I said at all!
o How in the world did this happen?
• plot extensions with familiar stories
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Melissa, Thank you so much for the list. It's a great help for me on getting a jump start on my workstations. We've just started school and I hope to get workstations going soon.
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Melissa for the great list and for sharing your hard work with the rest of us. What a nice way for all of us to get started.
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Thank you so much for sharing this list. It is great! I hope to use some of it this year in my classroom!
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Melissa, Thanks a TON for the list!! Can't wait!
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This list will help me and my teaching partner this year. Thanks so much.
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