For those of you not familiar with literacy work stations, the ones I post on my blog will be similar to what Debbie Diller defines as a "literacy work station" in Literacy Work Stations: Making Centers Work:
A literacy work station is an area within the classroom where students work alone or interact with one another, using instructional materials to explore and expand their literacy. It is a place where a variety of activities reinforce and/or expand learning, often without the assistance of the classroom teacher. It is a time for children to practice reading, writing, speaking, listening and working with letters and words.My post will feature five activities, one for every day of the week and will have some sort of central theme, which I will clearly post for all!
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