This Rockstar Day Classroom Transformation has everything you need for an unforgettable, engaging day of learning!
- Note to the Teacher with pictures, directions, and tips to help you transform your classroom for a FUN day of learning
- Invitations for students, families, or administrators
- “It’s Rockstar Day!” folder cover
- Rockstar Day Centers checklist
- VIP printable tags
- 3 Math Centers
- Guitar Number Write: Students will choose a card and use a dry erase marker to write the number. Then, they color the number of guitars on the recording sheet.
- Rock n’ Roll and Color: Students roll a dice, and use the color key to color a number. (2 versions included)
- Rockstar Number Books: Students write the number and then use stickers or a hole punch to build each number.
- 5 Literacy Centers:
- Rockstar Writing: Students will write and draw a picture of why they are a rockstar learner. (4 versions included)
- Sensory Starry Letters: Students will pick a letter card out of a sensory bin and then trace the letter. (uppercase and lowercase version included)
- Rockin’ Reading Stamina: Students will read picture books about rockstars and write / draw about their favorite part of the story. (2 versions)
- Electric Letter Sounds: Students choose a card (or can be hidden around the room for write the room). Then they match the picture to the beginning sound. They write the letter on their recording sheet.
- Rockin’ Alphabet Puzzles: Students will match up upper and lower case letters to complete the alphabet puzzles.
How I use them in my classroom:
I used this kit of centers as a classroom transformation for a fun day of learning with a little prep work. Hands down, it was totally worth it! I covered my tables with black butcher paper and put star confetti at each table to build excitement for the day. I used a stage scene wallpaper for the day to build excitement as well. Students rotated through all 8 hands-on learning centers with their partners in one day. (Each center was approximately 10 minutes) Students were accountable for their work by checking off each rockstar center they completed throughout the day, and kept all their work in their rockstar folders. We even had a fun cheer as we moved through the day – “Rock n’roll, hooray! It’s Rockstar Day!”
Happy teaching! 🙂
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