5 Favorite Literacy Centers - Teaching with Jillian Starr
Finding a format for your literacy centers can be a tricky task. It’s important to have routine, but it should be individualized to meet your scheduling needs and the academic needs of your students. For my classroom, I really wanted an “buffet” of options that I could choose from to best meet the needs of my students. Here are some of my favorite centers, all
Farm Emergent Reader-Brown Cow, Brown Cow, What Do You See?
Brown Cow, Brown Cow, What Do You See? This is a 12 page emergent reader. It is great for teaching literacy, vocabulary words, abnd color words! It follows the pattern, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? I see an orange cat looking at me., etc... If you like this reader, it is part of my ...
Today I finished making all of my Reading Workshop Journals. Another thing checked off the list! (Of course, my list is growing everyday!) We use our reading workshop journals for several things, and I will write about them more in-depth once I get back in my room, but here's a little sneak peak... We do "Word Work"--practicing our high frequency words, writing the room (usually looking for a specific letter), and making words using onsets and rhymes. (This work is done in centers). We also…
Commutative Property, Property of Zero, and Blends! - The Lesson Plan Diva
Pizza blends! My kids are going to love this one next week! The students sort the pizza slices to the correct blend and then record their answers on the recording sheet. Click here to get this center! We are also working on commutative property and property of zero next week and this center is really