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Launching Literacy Centers and Stations: A Simple to Use Guide

Grade Levels
PreK - 2nd, Homeschool
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42 pages
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Do you want to start literacy centers or stations, but don't know how? Do you want to make sure your students are engaged in meaningful literacy activities while you do guided reading or small group instruction? This guide was written to explain to you how I set up my stations that have been successful in my classroom for many years!

Each station has directions on how to get started, what it looks like as the year goes on, organization tools, and much more!

Inside you will find:

-Introducing Literacy Stations p.3

-Schedule for Introducing Literacy Stations p.4

-Literacy Station Schedule p.5

-Literacy Station Rotation Chart Options p.6-10

-Literacy Station Areas and Storage Tubs p.11-14

-Independent Reading Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.15-17

-Listening Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.18-20

-Pocket Chart Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.21-23

-iPad Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.24-26

-Writing Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.27-30

-Word Work Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.31-35

-Big Book Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.36-38

-Computer Station, Pictures, and Supplies p.39-42

If you have any questions I am happy to answer them!

**If you would like more information on a school wide license so that all teachers can access and use this guide, please contact me!

Happy Teaching!

Amanda Richardson

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