Play twister with a memory. They are very engaging to students and user-friendly.
Another great form of Reading to Someone is Partner Plays. If you are excited to get started and looking for a bundle of resources to get going, I bundled up most of these favorite center activities mentioned in this post.
These speech bubbles, like everything else shown in this post, come from the writing center resources in my literacy centers bundles. Build a Sentence Another well loved hands-on literacy task is our sentence builders.
The third use of our writing center, was to provide follow up hands on practice of our writing mini-lessons. However, the novelty wears off. If you have lots of students using the writing center at once, consider making two example binders.
These delightful picture prompts give your students an image to start with and words that a writer would use to create a story about that picture. I wanted the writing center to help my students apply what they were learning during our mini-lessons.
Stenhouse Publishers. So I got a trifold board, but instead of gluing down papers, I glued down page protector sheets to the board!