Literacy Station Ideas
Literacy Centers. This site is AMAZING! Lots of ideas where each has photo and quick description.
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Literacy Work Stations I would use this activity with third grade. It would be integrated language arts and art. I would have the students pick out a book that they wanted to read. Then after selecting that book, as a class, we would make sections of this book report task cards so that everyone could have a say so what goes on each card. We could color or paint each card.
Let your students apply and/or practice nonfiction text conventions with this Tic Tac Toe reading task. Students choose 3 activities that focus on 3 different nonfiction convention to promote critical thinking.
Word Work Choice Board for Literacy Center
Could use antonyms, synonyms, missing letters from sight words, etc
If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will right back and send an autographed picture. This is the address.
records messages and students can listen to them for directions at different stations... so cool!
Task Card Storage & Organization! Perfect summer project. :)
WORD PARTS LESSON~ Students form groups of three or four. Each group gets a disposable plate with three sections. The sections are labeled “prefix,” “suffix,” and “root word.” Finally, groups are given a bag of big words. They use scissors to cut the words into parts, and then drop each part into its respective section on the plate. Great idea!
Students formed groups of three or four and collected their materials. Each group received a disposable plate with three sections. The sections were labeled “prefix,” “suffix,” and “root word.” Finally, groups were given a bag of big words. They used scissors to cut the words into parts and drop each part into its respective section on the plate.
Fun Fiction VS Nonfiction Activity using scholastic Book club orders.
FREE Scrambled Paragraph Activity~ Students use a structured template, as well as transition and inference clues to practice creating a logical, organized paragraph. Students unscramble and then cut-and-paste an eight-sentence paragraph that can only be reconstructed one, best way. This no-prep printable helps students practice creating logical, organized paragraphs. Fun, easy, and ready-to-go!
This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book.
FREE: A simple game (intended mostly as a file folder game) that helps students work on naming proper nouns.