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• A color illustrated set of 18 center sign for pocket charts: buttons to tangrams.
• Life cycle of an alligator color illustrated with reading text, b/w drawings to cut and paste in order, color.
• Helpful tips for teachers who want to use learning centers.
• Follow the directions to make an ice cream cone.
• Follow the directions to make a summer-themed mobile.
• Follow the directions to make a spring daffodil.
• Follow the directions to make flower rubbings.
• Follow the directions to make an Easter bunny.
• Color each end of the pictured egg the specified color. Mix the two colors in the middle to get a third color.
• Cut out the tiles and glue them in the boxes to represent the simple addition problems.
• Solve the simple subtraction problems to connect the dots into an Easter-themed picture.
• Multiply by two, color by number, and connect the eggs to get the Easter bunny to the basket. One of many holiday learning centers on our member site.
• Math counters (eggs and rabbits) to use with our math-themed learning centers or a variety of other uses.
• Cut out the events related to an Easter egg hunt and paste them in the correct order.
• Color and cut out the animal pictures. Follow directions to glue them on the map.
• Cut out the pictures and sort them into the correct classes on the next page. Glue them in place.
• Color the chart to show the statistics for estimated worldwide population for these endangered animals.
• Color and cut out the animal pictures. Follow directions to glue them on the map.
• Descriptive writing is featured in this endangered-animal theme learning center.
• Put the words from the word bank in alphabetical order in this endangered animal-theme learning center.
• Draw half of the tiger's face, making it symmetrical, in this art-focused endangered animal-theme learning center. One of several "endangered animal" learning centers on our member site.
• Draw a line to match each picture to the right word in this endangered-animal theme learning center.
• Write the symbol (<, >, =) in the circle that makes the number sentence correct in this endangered animal-themed learning center.
• The map shows the route Tom and Sue walked through the zoo. Use the map to find the order of events in which they saw the animals.
• Three great literacy center activities to teach verbs.
• Three great literacy center activities to teach adverbs.
• Three fun literacy centers help students understand nouns. Common Core: Language: L.1.1, L.K.1

• ABC order,crossword puzzle, and a glyph, all on the subject of the uses of electricity.
• Directions for spelling centers with four different spelling center activities. The colorful pages include directions for the teacher on how to organize successful learning centers for spelling.
• Directions for creating stuffed paper animals from the coral reef.
• Directions for creating beautiful coral decorations out of tissue paper and cardstock. This is a great coral reef lesson AND window decoration.
• Use a globe or map to find the latitude and longitude for each coral reef listed and enter the corresponding letter into the correct blank.
• "Belize's coral reef is (north/south) of the Florida reef tract." Use a map to find the correct cardinal direction and then circle the correct answer.
• "Belize's coral reef is ( SE / SW ) of Florida's coral reef." Use a map with a compass rose to find the correct cardinal direction and then circle the correct answer.
• Label the oceans, continents, and coral reefs on this map.
• Put the coral reef theme words in (to the second letter) alphabetical order.
• Put the coral reef theme words in (first letter) alphabetical order.
• "The Leopard moray eel has very ___ teeth. It can even bite off a person's finger!" Use the adjectives from the word bank to complete the sentences. One of several "coral reef" themed learning centers on our member site.
• "A frightened octopus squirts ink to defend itself." Underline the adjectives in each sentence.
• Imagine that you are on vacation and you have decided to explore the Coral Reef. Use your imagination to write a journal about your day to day vacation activities.
• Read the bar graphs comparing the numbers of sea animals seen on two different trips. Compare the data and answer the questions.
• Two graphs: "Comparing Animal Characteristics" (scatterplot) and "Animals Seen in the Coral Reef" (bar graph) help with developing graph skills.
• "What is your favorite coral reef animal?" Survey the class, then tally and graph the information and answer the questions about your data.
• Place colored tiles on top of the same black and white coral reef animal. Place the answer tiles in the blank. Three pages.
• Place colored tiles on top of the same black and white coral reef animal. Place the answer tiles in the blank. Three pages.
• Place colored tiles on top of the same black and white coral reef animal. Place the answer tiles in the blank. Three pages.
• Use these colored tiles with the "add/subtract to 10" lessons on abcteach.com. Also fun for matching games and other activities.
• Look over the list of unusual coral reef animals and choose one to write about, or find an unusual coral reef animal on your own.
• Use reference books or a computer to research the different kinds of coral reef formations to fill in the blanks. Also includes suggestions for an art project.
• Read through all of the definitions and then go back and fill in the answers to the ones that you know. Use a reference source to find the rest.
• Match the animals to the correct description.
• Instructions for how to most effectively use our coral reef learning centers. All of these centers are available on our member site.
• Practice contractions with game boards and a review worksheet.
• Three great holiday themed activities-- decorate the bulletin board with cornucopias, play a memory game with cards, and more!
• Three activities (event sequencing, a Venn diagram, and an art project) to reinforce reading and following directions.
• A page of opposites, from AFTER/BEFORE to YES/NO
• Draw a picture of a coral reef in the box and describe it on the lines below. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.1.4-6

• Two printable cards with graphics for writing facts about the coral reef.
• Color this drawing of a coral reef.
• Months of the year
• Professional titles. Center poster and 4 activities
• Days of the week. Poster and four activities.
• Students writing about their personal connections to a book they have read.
• Activity and writing exercise.
• Students recount the major events in a book they have read using a storyboard.
• Center activity using pattern blocks, tangrams or pentominos.
• [member-created with abctools] Unscramble the words from "eel" to "salty".
• Language Arts center sign with a full color illustration of Jack and the Beanstalk
• [member-created with abctools] Find the words from "algae" to "starfish" in this octopus-shaped puzzle.