Room Organization

Center Map

Starting centers at the beginning of the week is often a confusing time for students, even if they have been doing it for months--it takes time to know what and where the centers are and in what order they should be done. Making a center map helps your kids because it provides an accessible reference; students that miss the first day of center activities benefit greatly from this map. Make the center map by drawing the tables and/or center areas in your room. Laminate this so that you can change the map according to what center is at each table by using wipe-off markers.

More Room Organization Ideas

Center Necklaces
Centers Made Simple
Supply Labels
Center Worksheets
Housekeeping Documents
Center Attendance
Math Manipulatives
Scrap Box
Supply Totes
Cereal Box Folders
Shared Supplies
Table Organization
Computer Time
Theme Booklet
Art Portfolios
Bulletin Board File
Crayon R-e-s-p-e-c-t
Transparency Tracking
Scrap Box
Water Bottles
Make Books Accessible
Center Organization
Reading Center
Class Books
Headphone Control
Drawer Labels
Classroom Library
Center Map
Calculator Caddy
Center Savvy
Valentine Keepers
Pencil Sharpening
Magazine Clippings
Learning Displays
Bell Work
Gym Equipment Control
Pencil Pockets
Class Store
Weekly Inventory
Parent Helpers
Desk Check
Computer CD Organizer