Preschool Center Signs

I spent some of my weekend with my Cricut Personal Cutter.  I love my Cricut, it is the easiest way to make diecuts of many sizes.  This weekend I worked on Center or Station signs for my preschool classroom.  I think they turned out pretty cute!  I used Sesame Street Font to cut letters and numbers.  I laminated my signs with my Scotch Laminator from Wal-Mart.  I love it!

Each sign will hang near the center itself.  There is a spot on each sign labeled with a 1 and a 2.  This is to keep the number of students in each center to 2 only.  I don’t have huge class, so I created 9 center signs.  Check them out below.

When a child wishes to go to a center they take a clothespin with thier name on it and clips it to the 1 or 2 spot on the center sign.  When both the spots on the sign are taken it means the center is full.  Then, if a child moves from that center they take the clothespin with them and they clip it to the next center sign.

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