I love to set them up on a cookie sheet with button magnets because it is a quick and easy set-up, it provides nice visual organization and everything stays contained to the tray.
Here is an example of a "Find and Cover" activity set up this way:
|Find and Cover the Circles (Identifying Shapes)|
Here is an example of a "Find and Cover" activity, set up as "Binder Work." In this set up, you just slide the the "Find and Cover" activity mats into plastic sheet covers and put them in your student's work binder. Students can bubble in or "X" their answers.
|Find and Cover "What Makes 3"|
You can also set them up in a center as a "Find and Cover," activity but have students cover their answers with different objects.
Here is an example using poker chips:
|Find and Cover "The Number 3"|
Here is an example using quarters. Quarters work nicely to cover objects in the circles, but they especially work nicely in this, "identifying quarters" task ;)
|Find and Cover "The Quarters"|
|Find and Cover "The Color Green"|