Third Grade PPT: Learning Centers to Ignite Your Students!
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• Learning center guidelines
• Learning center grouping
• Centers and student behavior
• Assigning learning centers
• Grading center work
• Setting up centers
• 21 “use it tomorrow” learning center ideas
Your audience will leave this training session with a deeper understanding of the positive impact successful centers can have on their classroom!
Don’t miss the accompanying THIRD GRADE: LEARNING CENTERS TO IGNITE YOUR STUDENTS! Handouts for your audience that support this PowerPoint presentation!
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- Microsoft PowerPoint
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I'm teaching third grade and currently have 7 learning centers. It's driving me crazy trying to monitor all of them and change them often enough to keep students' interest. I'm afraid if I have less than 7, students won't behave if there are more than 3 at a station; help!1 Answers:
I don't know how you can manage 7 learning centers! It's way too many. if you only want 3 kids at a center at a time, consider rotating groups...and two of the groups will be at their desks working. Take you centers down to 4-5 and then you won't have to change them as often.