I came up with "Grammar Stations" when trying to think of a more fun or active way to learn and review grammar lessons. It has been extremely successful since I began doing them.
Teacher needs to place these stations around the room (I usually use a push pin to stick them on the wall in the hallway or classroom) with the numbered labels on them. On the front sheet is the sentence and on the second sheet is the answer. Students travel around the stations with a small white board or notepad writing the answers down, or use the attached answer sheet with a clipboard.
1. Student arrives to the station and reads the sentence.
2. Student takes a moment to write the subject of the sentence down.
3. Teacher instructs all students to “REVEAL!” the answer to check the answer.
4. Students can tally their scores to keep track of their scores.
5. Students are then told to rotate (in numerical order) to the next station and proceed with the activity.
6. After 5 station rotations, teacher should check in with students to see if anyone has gotten one or fewer correct and can intervene with a small group or one-on-one lesson. Keep the student through 2 rotations and return to the next station with them to process the sentence aloud.
There are 30 stations to this file. Students rotate to each station until each students get back to the first station that they began the activity at.