By the end of the year, this will be an independent writing station. I also offer tips on how to keep your centers going! I keep them in a soft pencil pouch 4 - one for each student! I model this daily in interactive writing too.
I plan to keep us all reading to self and working on writing at the same time for a little while. In closing, you need to let your students dictate when to change to the next daily 5.
I also plan to continue working on sentence structure.
Target had light bulbs last summer!! Thursday, October 24, I've been getting tons of questions about literacy centers lately, so I thought it would be a good idea to share with you all what we do!
That same child from above completed these hand writing cards a month later during word work.
Work on Writing I have written a post about daily five in several weeks because we have been hard at work adding work on writing and building our writing stamina. If you look carefully at this picture, the girl is holding a light bulb.
I do have to mention that these particular dictionaries are best for second grade and up they would be way to difficult for first grade. In the gift baggies my students found our vocabulary cards for the month.
Take a fall leaf walk around your school yard. Students find the initial sound for each picture and it spells a mystery sight word!
My students go crazy for this literacy station activity! During that 20 minutes, I pull a GR group. And the pencil box keeps the sand neat and tidy! After a week or so of modeling writing for them and doing it with them I released them to write on their own.
I love this idea and I will try them again.
Because writing is such an important part of our classrooms, I wanted to spend a little more time focusing on that part of my classroom. It give my students the opportunity to practice what we have learned and keeps them busy so I can do my Guided Reading groups!
I also have the students write the word they pulled out on a recording sheet! Students are encouraged to write down words they find displayed around the classroom.
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