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  • Brooke Kramer

    Great blog with literacy station activities and tons of anchor charts.

  • Fina Brown

    classroom ideas daily 5 - Google Search

  • Andrew Bishop

    4th Grade Literacy Workstations

  • Laci Phillips

    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.

  • Stacey Battistella

    Reading task cards: Fabulous Fourth Grade: Literacy Workstations

  • Amy Martin

    Fourth grade literacy workstations. She also has some good anchor charts.

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