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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Circus Cat Centers

Here are a couple of pics of what my sweeties are working on while I'm working with small groups.  I used the updated clipart that is not in copyright violation and decided on a Circus Cat theme for our centers this week. 

Count the Room

Read and Write the Room
How Many Hats? Counting Various Arrangements

The Count and Write the Room are 2 weekly staples that you can find my students working on while I'm working with groups.  The themes change weekly but you will almost always find a Read and Write the Room and Count the Room center being utilized each day in my classroom.  My little friends love them.  It's really the best of both worlds.  They are up and moving and purposeful learning is occurring at the same time.  If you are interested in getting these centers along with 3 other Circus Cat themed ones, click here or on the pic below.  There are a total of 6 centers (3 math and 3 literacy) included.

I introduced you all to my oldest daughter the other day and thought I'd share a pic that has all my family in it.  Minus the dog.  **Side Note** If anyone has tried and true methods for training a dog to always poop and pee pee outside, PLEASE tell me!  Poor little Baylee is going to end up spending most of her life in a small confined space of our house if she doesn't get it together.  She's definitely not the brightest bulb in the chandelier but we love her all the same. 

Me, The Hubby, and My 2 Sweet Girls


  1. i like the hfw cards w/ the letters in the boxes.

  2. I would love to know more about how read and write the room and also count the room works :) I have Kinder for the first time this year and have just found your blog :)