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Differentiated Learning Centers! Don’t panic! I have come up with ways to offer differentiation for your kindergarten learning activities. #centers #differentiatedcenters #kindergarten

Differentiated Learning Centers! Don’t panic! I have come up with ways to offer differentiation for your kindergarten learning activities. #centers #differentiatedcenters #kindergarten

Differentiated Learning Centers... DON'T Panic!

Differentiated Learning Centers! Don't panic! I have come up with ways to offer differentiation for your kindergarten learning activities. This might make you want to roll your eyes... but hang with me... I will show

Printable Wall 100s Chart - Differentiated Kindergarten

So several years ago, I created a Vertical Wall Sized 100s chart because we had adopted a new math curriculum in our school and they were requiring we post one that was vertical. I didn’t like the one offered with the series, so I created one that I could make and print off myself. And…

Lock and Keys In Kindergarten - Differentiated Kindergarten

Using locks and keys in kindergarten can be a great way to increase fine motor skills and address some essential skill in math and literacy.

Organizing Daily 5 Literacy Stations in Kindergarten and ...a freebie for you. - Differentiated Kindergarten

Daily 5 Literacy Stations!!!! Holy email, you all have a ton of questions, and while I’d love to claim that I’m an expert, I can really only tell you how this works in my own classroom. As some of you know, I do a form of Daily 5 . . . We call it Daily…

First Grade Here I Come: Summer Review Fun - Differentiated Kindergarten

I’m sure I don’t have to tell any of you. But I’m not always sure that parents realize how much our students ‘lose’ over the summer months they are home, soaking up the sun and doing all the fun things that kids SHOULD be doing over the summer. But with a little bit of practice…