Upper elementary literacy centers

Enhance literacy skills in upper elementary students with these engaging center ideas. Discover activities and resources to make learning fun and effective.
Classroom Management Plan, Classroom Community, 5th Grade Classroom, Elementary Reading, School Lessons, School Zone, Third Grade Literacy Centers, School Year, Elementary Literacy

Centers, stations, rotations, workstations, no matter what you call them, they are an important part of our daily routine! Centers allow students to work on meaningful and differentiated activities that reinforce important skills. They often take place while the teacher works with a small group of students (i.e. Guided Reading or Guided Math). Every teacher ... Read more

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Stacey Poppe
Are you looking for an engaging activity for your 4th grade or 5th grade literacy centers? This fun word building resource challenges upper elementary students to form common English words from the letter tiles featured on each task card while attempting to reach (or beat!) the expert goal listed on each card! These printable task cards are perfect for fourth or fifth grade word work or literacy centers, small group vocabulary practice, brain breaks, or as an activity for early finishers!

Are you looking for an engaging activity for your 4th grade or 5th grade literacy centers? This fun word building resource challenges upper elementary students to form common English words from the letter tiles featured on each task card while attempting to reach (or beat!) the expert goal listed on each card! These printable task cards are perfect for fourth or fifth grade word work or literacy centers, small group vocabulary practice, brain breaks, or as an activity for early finishers!

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Teaching With The Dollhouse Collector
6th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading, Third Grade Classroom, Elementary Literacy, 5th Grade Writing, 5th Grade Classroom, Upper Elementary Reading, Elementary Literacy Activities, Upper Elementary Literacy

Whether you call them literacy centers or literacy stations, big kids at the upper elementary level love center time and get so much out of it! How do literacy centers benefit kids? They add variety to learning and to the routine. They allow teachers to easily differentiate learning. They are a great way to help cover and reinforce all of the standards. They give students a place to practice important social skills, like collaboration, problem-solving, and communication. So how do you set up…

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Taylor Holmes
Third Grade Centers Literacy, 3rd Grade Reading Rotations, Easy Reading Centers First Grade, Language Arts Centers 3rd Grade, Daily 3 Reading 3rd Grade, 3rd Grade Stations Reading, 3rd Grade Reading Tutoring Activities, Science Of Reading Centers 3rd Grade, Grade 3 Phonics Activities

Literacy centers in the classroom should be simple, easy, and fun! Using no-prep or low-prep ideas helps with time management, lesson planning, and easy weekly setup. Throughout the years, I have tried a plethora of ideas for my literacy centers. Some worked okay, and some did not work at all. Finally, I realized I was overthinking and making center time WAY more complicated than it should be for both myself and the students. Once I realized that the simplicity of the centers was what made…

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Misty