Freebie Friday Linkup: Mini Office Resources

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Mini Office Resources

Mini Offices Page from Teaching Heart
Grab some file folders and make your students a mini office to place on their desks during independent work time. Below are some files and pictures from teachers in the US that use mini offices in their rooms. They have kindly shared their resources so that you could create your own offices.

First Grade Mini Office Printables from Homeschool Creations
What’s Included in the First Grade Mini Office

The First Grade Mini Office includes the following concepts: name printing, phone number, left/right hands, circle and rectangle fractions, coin and paper money values, 8 shapes and name, the numbers 1-20 and number words, months of the year, days of the week, seasons, colors, short/long vowel sounds, and the alphabet with beginning sound picture prompts.

from Mrs Meacham’s Classroom Snapshots
Students use mini offices during throughout the day.

Mini Office from Busy Teacher’s Cafe
Mini-offices are tools that contain information for students to use for writing, math or science. Teachers from all over the country are creating these mini-offices to provide their students with information they need when working.

The most popular form of the mini-office is the writing mini-office. There are also math, reading, and science versions as well.

MiniOffice from Lapbook Lessons
The purpose of a Mini Office is to provide a place for your child to be
able to turn to in search of often asked questions. They can also serve as fun
dividers to put up around your children when they are busy at work, it gives them a
sense of privacy, while also providing useful information for completing their
assignments. You can make a Mini-Office on just about any topic, but we’ve put
together a few that we’ll be using next year for KG/1st grade.




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