Where Children Play to Learn

Centers Play

on October 11, 2017

Today we decided to combine many of our previous activities into one large experience.  Now that the students are familiar with the procedures involved in each different activity, the teachers were able to stand back, observe and record their experiences.  This is incredibly beneficial because it lets the teacher be more involved in documenting their progress and current abilities.  Each child was given a color (4 colors total amongst all) and this signified their group.  Each group was assigned an initial center, and at the conclusion of the 7 minute timer, each group would rotate to the next center for their color.  The students managed this wonderfully!  We were so proud of how smoothly their transition periods were and also how they came together at the end to clean-up each center appropriately.  Great job Pre-K!



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