Even though Daily 5 is not station rotations I will definitely use this list of ideas for prompts for the students.

Even though Daily 5 is not station rotations I will definitely use this list of ideas for prompts for the students.

Differentiate literacy centers for your students! Increase engagement and the level of focus in your students by providing them with literacy stations at their independent level.

Differentiate literacy centers for your students! Increase engagement and the level of focus in your students by providing them with literacy stations at their independent level.

LEARNING STATIONS FOR INDEPENDENT READING: Use learning stations in middle and high school English when students are reading their own novels.

LEARNING STATIONS FOR INDEPENDENT READING: Use learning stations in middle and high school English when students are reading their own novels.

Reading Center activities that are low-maintenance, and can be paired with almost any text. Read more here...

Reading Center activities that are low-maintenance, and can be paired with almost any text. Read more here...

This post shares 10 reading center ideas for upper elementary students that are rigorous and engaging. Several freebies on this post.

This post shares 10 reading center ideas for upper elementary students that are rigorous and engaging. Several freebies on this post.

Teaching With Love and Laughter: My Reading Block (Warning: Long Post!), GREAT explanation of first grade literacy centers! Like the checklist idea!

Teaching With Love and Laughter: My Reading Block (Warning: Long Post!), GREAT explanation of first grade literacy centers! Like the checklist idea!

Add tabs to reader's notebook to help keep it organized

Add tabs to reader's notebook to help keep it organized

Tabletop Twitter: The teacher chooses a passage from a book for students to respond to. Student write their own response and then move around to respond to what another student said. Since this is a Twitter-inspired activity there is no talking and short responses.

Tabletop Twitter: The teacher chooses a passage from a book for students to respond to. Student write their own response and then move around to respond to what another student said. Since this is a Twitter-inspired activity there is no talking and short responses.

Fourth grade literacy workstations

Fourth grade literacy workstations

Must Do May Do System INSTEAD of rotating reading centers!  So much better!  Great blog with great ideas for guided reading time!

Must Do May Do System INSTEAD of rotating reading centers! So much better! Great blog with great ideas for guided reading time!

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