Farewell centers, hello registration

At 3:15 p.m. Monday through Friday, I walk into my quiet third-grade classroom and do a quick visual scan of the floor to find this mindless crayon under the desk or trash paper in the corner so the caregiver can vacuum at the end of the day and feel like I’m his helped In small. What I did not find on the floor of my classroom were pieces of learning centers that I collected with a lot of love and boredom over many summers.
I no longer have to hide the central folder, frame or file to which the missing part belongs because without it the center would be incomplete. I found a way out of this search and search for a center-right game. This instructor discovered a not-so-simple new way to incorporate centers into my daily education, the iPad. This two-pound Apple electronic device has eliminated the traditional malls …