Tub 1: Is Making Words
Have you ever seen this book? I love it and so do the kids. I usually type up a little half sheet of paper giving them a few clues as to how many three letter words...etc. I also started rotating in a word game that they enjoy (any competition is good for them). Therefore I have linked this game for you all...FREE!
Tub 2: Listening Station
We are currently listening to The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, I use some comprehension questions here and there, so I know they are listening!
Tub 3: Word Ladders
Again...another great resource! You can print a few, laminate them front to back, and have the students use vis-a-vi markers.
Tub 4: Boggle
I use my board that is on the wall, click here for the printables. I also found a great FREE worksheet for the students to show there work here!
Tub 5: Nonfiction Reading Comprehension
This is yet another GREAT resource! It is FULL of cross curriculum concepts. This is my independent work station.
Tub 6: Media Center
I hope this give you a few ideas to help get you through the month. I know I am stretched very thin right now...it's crunch time for the GA Writing Assessment and my remaining transition students are gearing up for the CAR retake, again. Not to mention those parent/teacher conferences just around the corner. Whew! I hope you all are hanging in there!