Freebie: Literacy Center Cards


As a thank you for the Really Good Classroom Blog nomination, I am sharing the Literacy Work Station Cards I made for my classroom! You can put them in a pocket chart or use a magnet to put them on the board as your students’ map for literacy centers. Just print them on cardstock or adhere them to chipboard. Places like Staples or Office Depot sell boxes of chipboard that are very inexpensive (just ask the copy center), or save the boxes your shirts come in over the holidays! I hope you find them useful!

Click here for Literacy Center Cards from my store at Teachers Notebook!

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