Literacy centers with reading games, manipulatives, and activities support learner interests and promote the development of more complex reading skills and social interactions. Having centers or stations with activities that students can do independently and with peers supports differentiation and allows them to meaningfully practice different reading skills.
Watch how this first grade teacher implements literacy centers in her classroom. By using various materials like pocket charts and magnet letters, she has engaging stations where students practice and apply what they are learning, like Alphabet Knowledge and Phonological Awareness.
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