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February Centers (HUGE FREEBIE)


Well look who just showed up!  Yep....February!

I blinked and January flew by and February swooped right in.

With my crazy and hectic schedule....I didn't get my February literacy centers out early....  but they are DONE!

I did a Valentine's theme, so I only created FIVE literacy centers.  I mean.... you don't want hearts and flowers and tons of pink for the entire month.  There are some other great holidays and themes that tag along with February!

I also wanted to share a little bit about how I store my centers when we are NOT using them :)
(Trust me.... it's nothing fancy... just simple!)

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So I printed and prepped all of my Valentine Literacy centers today (or my girly centers as some of my boys like to call them!) (Although I am sure they will LOVE doing them next week!)

Here is a quick look at each of them!

Center (1) - "Sweet Sentences"  - Students are sorting telling and asking sentences!


Center (2) - "Long Vowel Love Bugs" (matching pictures with silent e & /ee/)



Center (3) - "Love Letters" - sorting picture cards to the "BLENDS" and "DIGRAPHS" mailbox!


Center (4) - "Cupid's Complete Sentences" - sorting sentences that are complete and incomplete.



Center (5) - I Heart Contractions



So there you have it.... my FIVE literacy centers!  

Random note - When I create my centers.... I really try to make them the most user-friendly when trying to prep!  I always send the entire sheet through the laminator and THEN cut out the pieces.  I always create my center cards to where you simply cut and they are ready! (boxes are attached!)


When I store my centers, I ALWAYS include each of the center pieces, title/directions card, and the recording sheet.

I place each parts of the center into the large manila envelopes!  Sometimes I use the center title card and place onto the envelope to laminate, but usually I'm last minute and just write!



I have clear plastic bins for each season of the year.... and they are filling up quick!  


(Back to school / Fall centers)

(Christmas / Winter (snowmen, etc...))

(Winter (valentines/presidents day)/ Spring)

(End of Year / Summer)

I am sure I will need to start adding additional tubs.... these are only my Literacy :(

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So if you have stuck around to the end of this post.... then LUCKY you :)

You can snag up these literacy centers for FREE!  Yep.... you read it right. Free.

Just click {HERE} or on the picture below!



Hope you enjoy!!


AND... big news.... the 100th day is tomorrow!  

I probably need a mommy drink tonight because my kids have been on Full Moon mode ALL week and tomorrow just may be the kicker!  

Happy *ALMOST* Friday!
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  1. This is amazing!! Thank you SO much!! :)

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  2. Jessica,

    Your products always look awesome and are so appropriate for my first graders! Thank you so much for all your hard work and your generous freebies :)

    Paige
    Paiges of Learning

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  3. Thank you SO much! Enjoy your 100th day!!
    Jen

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  4. Thank you so much - these will be perfect for the coming weeks!

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  5. Thank you! As I was reading I was thinking....I am just going to splurge on this- it will be engaging and oh so helpful! And then I discover it is all a freebie! So generous :)

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  6. These are fabulous! Thanks so much for making these & so many of your great products freebies! I & I'm sure soooo many other teachers really appreciate your generosity!

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  7. These are fabulous! Thanks so much for making these & so many of your great products freebies! I & I'm sure soooo many other teachers really appreciate your generosity!

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  8. I love the storage idea! I have been looking for ideas for storing my center games, and this is perfect!

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  9. Jessica, these centers are fantastic! Thanks so much for always sharing your hard work!

    Karen
    An Apple a Day in First Grade

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  10. Thanks so much!! Your centers are always a hit with my first graders and it is my favorite time of day. Students are always super engaged and learning lots! Your are AWESOME....for real!!!!! :)

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  11. Where did you get your clear bins from? I love how you organize your centers!

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