When I write a blog, I often give you activities and printables you can use. And that means I need to find ideas for several grade levels. So when I run across ideas that can easily be adapted, I get pretty tickled! These center activities can be modified to work for multiple grade levels! Check it out—
Students use a clean paintbrush to trace and erase letters on a whiteboard. To adapt this for older students, have them read, trace, and erase sight words or spelling words. See the activity here.
With this activity, students count and combine sets of pasta placed in a bag. To adapt this for older students, provide larger sets of pasta and then have them write an addition problem. Or add a third type of pasta to each bag and have students practice adding with three addends. See the activity here.