It's about time, teachers, to focus on February.
I'd like you to keep calm and focus on some new centers for your classroom.
Friendly Frog's Valentine's Day Syllables Center is a low prep literacy center. Friendly Frog appears in many of my syllabication products. This time he challenges your students to sort word cards according to whether they have a prefix or a suffix.
February sports a lot of pink, so you may like Valentine's Day Hink Pinks, Hinky Pinkies, and Hinkity Pinkities. These riddles that evoke pairs of rhyming words, are wildly popular. They work well in a literacy center, as an anchor activity, a sponge activity, and are the perfect challenge for fast finishers. This set is FREE! So download your copy now.
Scrattle: The Valentine's Day Edition is also FREE! This center combines word work with computation and spurs your students to create more difficult words through competition. It really and truly is appropriate for K through 5th grade because you can effortlessly differentiate for math abilities. 3 different recording sheets are provided. One requires students to use addition, 1 calls for multiplication, and the 3rd uses mixed operations (+, -, x) with parentheses. My students beg for Scrattle. As a result, there are many versions available and all of them are FREE!
Have you heard? It's Freebie February in my TPT store. Each day this month, a different priced item will be offered for FREE for just one day. So check in daily to see what I'm giving away.
Today's offering is How Many Ways? -- February Edition. This product, like Scrattle, is appropriate for all elementary grade levels. It is a critical thinking, interactive bulletin board activity that could be used as a center, an enrichment challenge, an anchor activity, and/or for differentiation. You can read more about it here.