Use a binder pouch for center organization. Genius:)!

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An entire YEAR of magnetic letter Word Work centers! Sight words, sounds, long & short vowels, blends, digraphs and more! $

Magnetic Letter BUNDLE: An Entire Year of Word Work Centers

Listening Station, like the hooks for headphones

First Grade Fresh: Let's give them something to talk about...

Cute little game about contractions.....FREE!

Contractions for a Rainy Day

Kindergarten literacy center ideas!

Little Minds at Work: Literacy Centers Super Pack #2

Type child's name in the box & click "write", it writes your child's name on all the lines so they can practice tracing it. Free printable!

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A fantastic idea for a listening corner

{fabric covered crate seat} - Wait Til Your Father Gets Home

Roll a Story. Must use this for centers!!!

Roll-a-Dice Literacy Fun!

Getting familiar with the classroom...

Classroom A to Z Scavenger Hunt

Silly sentences - for build sentence patterns with various nouns, verbs, articles, etc. Have kids write a story that includes the sentence they created.

First Grade Fresh: Workstation Revamp! {& Silly Sentences}

Scrabble letters to build first words. Good for quiet time :)

Rockabye Butterfly: BOB Books- Sam

2nd Grade Stuff: The Centers That Have Saved My Classroom!

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FREE template and directions for making a sight words literacy center - finding sight words in context!

Primary Inspiration: Make This Simple Center Today!

Great for practicing phonics skills- Write It cards for beginning and ending sounds, short vowels, magic e, blends and digraphs and r-controlled vowels.

Write It Phonics Cards

Word Wall Activities, i like the grid for finding words that fit the different clues

Mr. Giso's Room to Read: A Bunny Blog Hop

popsicle stick sight word centers! (10 centers)

Sight Word Stick Centers

Literacy Centers. This site is AMAZING!

Literacy Centers

these are sight word pointers and are great for finding sight words in books. The children choose a pointer and look for that word as they read. printed the words on colored cardstock stars and taped them to straws.

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BANG. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. If you draw one of the BANG cards, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected. Could be used with math problems too.

Camp Slop: BANG! Sight Word and Alphabet Game

cute rhyming memory game!

What the Teacher Wants!

Inference Mini Folders - step up for jr high students...

StrongStart: What is it? A Guessing Game

Sight Word Make-It Station

Purposeful Play in K

Super Numbers to 100 (Number and Number Word Match Up)

Super Numbers to 100 (Number and Number Word Match Up)

Everything you would need to set up centers/stations for a classroom, including the task cards and directions.

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Making words folder. Great idea. Would save a ton of time handing out and cleaning up.

Teacher Bits and Bobs: Making Words