I’ve been using literacy stations as a part of my ELA block since I started teaching. I’ve used them in first, second, and third grade. Stations are a great way to keep students engaged and working on literacy activities while you are pulling small groups or working individually with students.
I have written many blog posts detailing how I run my stations and thought it would be easier if they were all in one spot. So… keep reading to find all things Literacy Stations…
Literacy Stations Blog Posts
Introduction – This introduction goes over the why and benefits of using stations in your classroom.
Set-Up – This post provides ideas for stations you can use and helps you set them up in your classroom.
Management Tips – Running stations will be easier with these management tips and ideas! Includes partner ideas, scheduling, and management board options.
- Reading Station
- Technology Station
- Fluency Station
- Reading Response Station
- Vocabulary Station
- Writing Station
- Informational Station (Nonfiction Station)
- Spelling Station
- Other Station Ideas
- Teacher Time Ideas
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