Room Organization

Center Worksheets

Make center time independent so you can spend your time helping individual students or running reading groups. In order to do this, create the centers and explain them to the class on Monday. Keep all of the center materials in stackable containers with that center's name/picture on it. Provide students with a checklist of all of the centers/activities for the week. Students can independently get the necessary materials, take it to an open floor space or table, do the activity, and check it off their list. Include detailed instructions with each center in case students forget. They should not have to ask you anything.

More Room Organization Ideas

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