Literacy center problems:
- students finish their centers early
- students are unengaged or bored of the activities
- Too much “busy” work
- students walk around aimlessly with “nothing to do”.
If you have any of these problems and want your students to be engaged in your literacy center time while reviewing important concepts, then this is the PERFECT
solution for you!
I’ve included MORE THAN ENOUGH
activities for each week in your class for an entire month!
Each week, the SAME concepts are reviewed so that students spiral their learning for mastery. I’ve noticed a HUGE difference in my students’ retention of skills just from exposing the same concepts to them week after week!
You teach it, place it in the literacy center, and they review the skills every week on their own!
I did not have hours in my day to cut out tons of different shapes for all my literacy centers, so I have PURPOSELY made these task cards SIMPLE to prep. No odd shapes to cut out. They are all lined up and ready for simple cuts in the paper cutter.
I will be gradually adding new skills to each new month. This month I added verbs, prefix, suffix, and parts of speech search.
Standards are written on every center label and checklist so that students know exactly what they are working on.
This month’s literacy centers include:
- ABC Order L2.2
- Long/Short Vowel Sort RF2.3
- Nouns L1.1
- Sound Match L2.2
- Synonyms L2.5
- Antonyms L2.5
- Capitals/Punctuation L1.2
- Compound Words L2.4
- Syllable Count RF2.3
- Capitals: Names L2.2
- Adjectives L1.1
- Adjective/Noun Search L1.1
- Favorite Part RL2.1
- Story Map RL2.5
- Plural Nouns Fix it! L2.1
- Plural Nouns L2.1
- Contractions L2.2
- Homophones RF2.3
- Verbs RF2.3f (Added for November)
- Prefix RF2.3d (Added for November)
- Suffix RF2.3d (Added for November)
- Adjective/Verb/Noun Search L1.1 (Added for November)
- Response sheets
- Center labels
- Center checklist
- Homophone extension worksheet
- Black and White version for ink friendly classrooms
My Literacy Centers:
* Promotes student choice – students can choose to start anywhere on the list
* Promotes teamwork (if they work in groups)
* Avoids crowding in certain centers
* Is NOT busy work
* Promotes independence - students are using a checklist and reviewing standards every week with little/no help from you
* Keeps kids from wandering aimlessly around the class with “nothing” to do
* Allows the TEACHER to decide when literacy centers are done and NOT the students
It truly is Happily NEVER After!
I will be adding new skills on top of the current ones in each month’s edition. Your literacy centers will GROW and students will be engaged because of student choice!
Please check out the preview for sample pages.
Thank you for looking!
Looking for the other months?
Happily Never After: The Land of Never Ending Literacy Centers - AUGUST
Happily Never After: The Land of Never Ending Literacy Centers - SEPTEMBER
Happily Never After: The Land of Never Ending Literacy Centers - OCTOBER