2 Different Versions of a Literacy Centers Completion Chart.
Each has one example, and one blank for you to adapt. I used to give these half sheet charts out on Mondays. They include a snippet of directions for each of my literacy centers and were used for the kids to keep organized throughout the week of centers. They kept them in their centers folders and would shade over the square as they finished a center completely. Coloring it in halfway meant they were not done and would then finish that center on Friday (make up day). These have been great in keeping the kids accountable for their centers work. All Centers work were turned in on Fridays. I would quickly change my direction boxes and reprint each Monday as I changed out my centers each week and it was all very manageable and smooth.
The first version is from my 2nd grade class when I used to have the kids go to 8 centers over the course of 2 weeks (Monday-Thursday, Fridays were a centers make up day). Examples of these centers are: Listening, Math, Poetry, Creative Writing, etc.
The second version is my most recent completion chart also used in 2nd grade. It was created when I switched over to a version CAFE / Daily 5 / Reader's Workshop so there are 5 centers the children complete over the course of a week: Independent Reading (daily), Computer Cave, Listening Post, Word Zone, Partner Reading.
The templates include a checklist under the Independent Reading directions which is very much geared towards those who use CAFE in their classrooms. The center titles and directions can all be altered and tailored to your own literacy block.