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I've been wanting to do something like this! Now to figure out what I'll use it for :-)

5 Easy Student Learning Centers

Hello all! I am so happy to be back. Last time I wrote about how I organize my learning centers. Today, I'm here to talk about the centers that I keep in my back pocket all year long. I don't use them all the time, but when I need a quick and easy set-up, these are the ones I go to.

laminated pieces of paper with pegs hot glue gunned to the top - for displaying work

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Maths Working Wall for Year 4 Top Set. Grid Method and Formal Written Multiplication. These flip charts are straight from my lesson, the students are familiar with them as I made them with them, for them. A great way to get a maths display up with minimal effort for maximum effect! Headings are done on coloured card and took about 5 minutes. Differentiation means that students can have a try at the tricker sums and have a model ready.

Maths Working Wall for Year 4 Top Set. Grid Method and Formal Written Multiplication. These flip charts are straight from my lesson, the students are familiar with them as I made them with them, for them. A great way to get a maths display up with minimal effort for maximum effect! Headings are done on coloured card and took about 5 minutes. Differentiation means that students can have a try at the tricker sums and have a model ready.

Y6 maths working wall by miramlord, via Flickr

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Creative Teaching Displays: Working Walls - Literacy and Maths

Working Walls - Literacy and Maths

As well as my enquiry (topic) displays and other wider curriculum displays I have two working walls in my classroom - Literacy and Maths. These displays are not put up at the beginning of a unit of work they evolve and develop as the children's work progresses. At the beginning of the unit they often look bare but have key features of the genre or maths unit of work the children are currently working on. Throughout the unit examples of successful work or strategies to solve questions will be…