|Literacy Center Agenda shows, at a glance, what each center will be doing.|
|Student Objectives tell what the student will be doing at each center.|
|Teacher Preparations tell how the teacher needs to prep the center before starting.|
|Writing prompt: My favorite book is... and they get a book from the shelf of books we've already read as a class. They find the title, write it, and illustrate a picture from the book.|
|Capital letters- students press a glob of playdough onto blue blobs and use a cookie cutter to fill in the missing letters.|
|Students need to turn this in after they complete the center.|
|There's some teaching time devoted to "conversation" before students can be independent with this activity. They tend to get off task if they aren't sure of the meaning of "conversation."|
|I write the poem on sentence strips....|
|And then cut these out. Students have to match the word cards|
|I add the sightwords for this week on the brown rectangles and they have to find them in a book.|
|The students put these labels in a pocket chart and spell them with letter tiles.|
|This week we are working on identifying the title of a book. They write the title and then draw a picture of something that happened in the story.|
|Teacher center is all about plurals. We used these to play memory to match the singular noun to the plural.|
|Then we did this sheet together, adding the s to make the nouns plural.|
So, there you have it! That is what's working in my literacy centers the past 2 weeks. I hope you can use these in your classroom!
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