Friday, April 6, 2012

Lost and Found

My class rotates through several learning centers on a daily basis. Each center has several small pieces, coins, cards, blocks, counters, you get the idea. No matter how many times I say, "be sure you get everything put back into the box", there always seems to be a piece or two to be found later. This is how the Lost and Found was created. It is just a small container that sits on top of my shelf. While students are working at their centers, I walk around and pass out the "Found" items. This takes no time at all and it illuminates the kids trying to put the missing pieces back into the boxes during instructional time.
I also have "Lost & Found" containers for crayons and scissors too

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  1. I confess.....I LOVE to organize! I have a lost and found box that I made, too! Check it out here:''

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  3. Love the Lost and Found box! I need to make one of those for my room.
    Hope you don't mind having another follower.
     Chrissy

    First Grade Found Me

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