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WoW! Must do!  Serenade to Second Grade: Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE

Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE

If you are looking to implement literacy work stations / centers in your classroom this year, look no further! Below, you will find everyth...

Oh My goodness! Everything you would need to set up centers/stations for a classroom, including the task cards and directions. Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE.

Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE

If you are looking to implement literacy work stations / centers in your classroom this year, look no further! Below, you will find everyth...

Oh My goodness! Everything you would need to set up centers/stations for a classroom, including the task cards and directions. Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE.

Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE

If you are looking to implement literacy work stations / centers in your classroom this year, look no further! Below, you will find everyth...

This blog has AMAZING literacy center ideas!

Organization Week- Day #2 : Literacy Centers

I linked up for another day of organization. Check out Pattons Patch for more :) Organization + Literacy Work Stations = Super Long Post ...

Math Tubs... great ideas!

Differentiated Math Stations . . . and a Freebie - Differentiated Kindergarten

Hands down, my favorite small group activities to happen in my class are math stations. They just run so smoothly, students are so engaged and to be honest, it’s just plain fun. While I’ve used Debbie Diller’s book, Math Work Stations to get me started, of course, I’ve had to tweak it a bit here and there to …

Attached the center cover sheet to a file folder and ran each folder through the laminator. After cutting the top of the folder, I placed all of the activity sheets inside.

Backpackin’ in Action and a Little Randomness

Well…we are back in action. After last week, I was a little worried! Thank goodness that didn’t last long! This week, we began our genre study from my Backpacking Through Genres Unit and my kids are all over it. So far, we have covered fantasy and mystery. In fact, my sweet student teacher taught them all about mysteries today and made a cute little craft to boot! Yep…we are going to be great friends! ;) Here is a look at the start of our study. Each day, our backpack is jammed pack with a…