Monday, January 6, 2014

Bingo Marker Literacy and Math Centers

My kids LOVE dot markers! I want to keep them happy so I decided to incorporate dot markers into my next math and literacy station rotations. I created some activities that should work for my students who are at different stages of learning. Here is what I came up with.


Students will find the missing letter on the task card and then dot the missing letter on a recording sheet.
 Students will look at pictures and dot the beginning sound of each picture on a recording sheet.

 This is for my kids who are still struggling with letter recognition. Students will look at a capital letter and dot the lowercase match.

We are working on number sense and number recognition. My students will look at a number line that has a number missing on it. My students will then dot the missing number on a recording sheet.
This center is for my kids that are already blending their cvc words. Students read the cvc word and find the matching picture on their recording sheet. They will then dot the picture.

Two and three d shapes are a Common Core Standard for Kindergarten. My students will spin this spinner. They will then find a shape picture that matches the shape and dot it on the recording sheet.

Kindergarten students are expected to have addition fluency now. My kids will add the numbers and dot the sum on their recording sheet.

 
My students will look at the number and number word and create that many dots with their dot markers.
 
You can get my centers in my TPT store for 2.25 if your kids like dot markers also!
 
 
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  1. Two and three d shapes are a Common Core Standard for Kindergarten. My students will spin this spinner. They will then find a shape picture that matches the shape and dot it on the recording sheet. online bingo

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