I created this set to help me organize daily free choice reading centers for my students. My school has 30 minutes scheduled each morning for reading intervention. Not all of my students meet with me during this time, and I needed something meaningful and engaging for them to do. Free choice centers allow me to put out low- to no-prep activities for the whole week that keep my kids engaged and are a great way to spiral back on skills already covered!
I printed these posters on colored paper, laminated them, and hung them up in my classroom. Then I put Velcro dots on the empty boxes on the posters and on the backs of the student name cards and activity cards. I change the activity cards out each week, and I store the games in plastic storage drawers labeled with corresponding numbers. This way the kids can take them out and put them back on their own. During morning work each morning, my students stick their name card in a spot on the poster of the activity they want to do that day. If an activity is full (i.e., has 5 kids already) they have to pick something else!
This would also work for free math centers, or for your regular Daily 5 reading centers. I have included twelve reading activities that I tend to cycle through, as well as a page of four blank activity cards for you to write your own. If you want something specific, let me know and I'll add it in!