Debbie diller literacy stations kindergarten
Literacy Work Stations Quotes by Debbie Diller
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During the training we brainstormed ideas for having an observation station in K Possible objects include: fall leaves, rocks, shells, a bug in a jar, an ant farm, worms in a terrarium… The possibilities are endless! Provide crayons or colored pencils for students to jot down their observations and thinking in words and pictures on the paper. First, talk with your class about questions they might answer as they observe, and list each question in a quadrant on the paper. Please let me know if you try this in your classroom.
What are Literacy Stations
Stations are my wheelhouse and I feel very confident introducing and running them in my classroom. I have taken several workshops dedicated to literacy work stations and eventually got the opportunity to become a part-time instructor for a state funded professional development entity, instructing teachers about literacy stations., I love the pocket chart for your centers.
April 8, by debbiediller. Posted in Books and videos Tagged literacy work stations 11 Comments. Debbie, Love all of your books. Will you be making a book? We are working on getting our third graders ready for the Virginia State Reading Test. The kids LOVE it. The tadpoles have just started coming out of the sac and my kids wrote great observations about what they noticed.