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When it comes to ready-to-use learning centers and your student's time spent there, you'll be amazed at how they flourish when given the time to use hand-on activities. With so many ideas like flannel board stories, finger plays with puppets, interactive stories, cut-out-cards and so much more, you will find year after year, students delighting in their ability to use their imagination in these enriching dramatic play centers that make learning more than a chore, but moments that will allow their active brains and busy hands to create and conquer.

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Early Learning Center Games
Early Learning Center Games
Our Price: $17.13 / EA   

Early Learning Center Games KE804023 by Carson Dellosa
Best Of Dr. Jean Reading & Writing
Best Of Dr. Jean Reading & Writing
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Best Of Dr Jean Reading and Writing SC0439597269 by Scholastic Teaching Resources
Early Childhood Centers
Early Childhood Centers
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Early Childhood Centers CTP1036 by Creative Teaching Press
The Giant Encyclopedia Of Learning
The Giant Encyclopedia Of Learning
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The Giant Encyclopedia Of Learning GR11325 by Gryphon House
Giant Encyclopedia 3 Yr Olds Pr-K
Giant Encyclopedia 3 Yr Olds Pr-K
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Giant Encyclopedia 3 Yr Olds PrK GR13963 by Gryphon House
Giant Encyclopedia 4 Yr Olds Pr-K
Giant Encyclopedia 4 Yr Olds Pr-K
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Giant Encyclopedia 4 Yr Olds PrK GR14964 by Gryphon House
   
 
Buy Ready Made Learning Centers from the leader in childcare, daycare and school supply. It's no secret that over the years, emphasis in education from the earliest to the final years has dramatically shifted from teaching students as a whole person, including their emotional, social, and physical development, to mostly academic. This is why learning centers remain such an important foundation of the classroom experience. Centers allow students to work on their own or together, utilizing decision making skills, cooperation between themselves, and both independent and inter-dependent problem-solving to play and learn. Your goal, as the teacher, during center time is to listen, observe, help when needed, engage your students in educational discourse, and gently guide students to new observations.