With he demand for RTI, and instruction at a students personal instructional level a method to organize students workstations is a must. I did quite a bit of research into ways to label, organize and implement this type of instruction in an effective manner. This 40 page document has a graphic 8 by 11 label with pictures for younger students, an "I Can" list of rules to move stations smoothly, and an "I Can't" page to remind students important rules such as not to interrupt the teacher during small group instruction. I printed mine on card stock and laminated. I posted them at various stations around the room. Stations include classroom library, writing workstation, drama workstation, word study workstation, poetry work station, computer workstation, listening workstation, puzzles and games work station, overhead work station, pocket chart work station, handwriting workstation, seat work work station, and a guided reading work station.