Have you tried using clip cards yet? Clip card centers are quick and easy to set up. Simply print and laminate the pages, cut apart the cards, and provide students with a set of clips. Students clip the correct answers. Use regular clothespins, chip-bag clips, or even paper clips. Incidentally, students work on fine motor skills at the same time.
You can also use dry erase markers for a write and wipe center. To make the cards self-correcting, place a sticker or dot on the back of the card behind the correct answer. Students can then turn over the clip card to see if they chose the correct answer.
Here are several clip card activity sets for math and literacy centers.
|Counting to 20 Clip Cards – Apples|
|Counting to 20 Clip Cards – Sea Life|
|CVC Clip Cards: Middle Vowels|