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Summer Reyes saved to Children
Simple kindergarten literacy stations that will last you ALL YEAR! Let me show you how to simplify your students learning. Writing, stamping, listening, and so many other center ideas are in this blog post to help your students gain independence.
Tina Wilkerson saved to 2022-2023 classroom ideas
Are you looking for ideas on teaching literacy centers, while incorporating the science of reading? I got you covered. The most important thing to remember is that students need to have the skills to independently complete the activities. Check out all of my ideas for teaching and differentiating centers in the Kindergarten classroom. Perfect for back to school. Kindergarten Activities, Kindergarten Centers, and Kindergarten Stations.
Jill Johnson saved to Reading
How I Use the EET! (and why having the whole kit is SO worth it!) - Speech Time Fun: Speech and Language Activities
What is the EET? It's an incredible product SLPs can use in their speech rooms - the Expanding Expression Tool! Click through to learn more about using it!
Hilary Hines saved to Speech Therapy
For K-1 students, centers are one of the most developmentally appropriate things that you can do for them. Let me give you the break down on each of my 5 centers, and how I manage them!
Sara Sanchez saved to classroom organization
Use these five tips when planning, creating and implementing your literacy centers in your elementary classroom!
Karmey Walker saved to Schooling
How to Start Literacy Stations in Kindergarten with fun and engaging ideas and activities for your little learners.
April Nicole saved to Kindergarten
Engaging sentence building activity to teach your students about sentences and their parts. This color-coded resource is perfect for K-1 literacy centers.
Nancy Holloway saved to Centers 21/22
Word work in kindergarten, first grade, or even 2nd can be easy with these Daily 5 activities. Students use a variety of materials to work with words. Whether you are using this for centers, a hands on option for stations, or just some easy games to play with words during the day these ideas are a big hit! Organization is simple, there are NO COPIES to make, and your students will become better readers in no time. #kindergartenclassroom #wordwork #centers
Stacee Smith-Marshall saved to school
Get your phonics and word work activities set for the entire year with these skill based hands on phonics centers. Students will practice short vowels, long vowels, beginning and ending digraphs, diphthongs, beginning blends, and more with these engaging word sorts, phonics puzzles, spelling activities, word building task cards, and more!
Kinder With Miss. K saved to Classroom Literacy