Sunday, March 25, 2012

Literacy Centers LINKY PARTY!

Do you use centers in your classroom? I love finding new center ideas for my language arts program. Centers are so much fun! They get students engaged in their learning and allow them to get some one-on-one or small group instruction with their teacher! I love watching students work together and I especially love seeing how many of them think they are simply "playing" while we KNOW they are also "learning"! Hehe!

I've used many different kinds of centers this year and many of them are ideas that I found while blog stalking. Bloggers have such amazing ideas!
This is why I decided to give a Linky Party a try!
I'd love to see what everyone's favorite centers are!

I'll start! Here are 2 literacy centers that I created this year. They are available for FREE at my TPT store so feel free to pick them up!

This is a cute sight words game for Easter time! This game includes 33 sight words and blank cards to add your own. Students read the sight words and turn over the cards. The goal is to find the missing chick under the cards! 

Now it's your turn! 

Here are the rules for my Linky Party:
1) Please put the name of your center instead of your name
2) Please link up your FREE products. This party is all about SHARING, not selling ;)
3) This is not a requirement but... I'd LOVE for you to follow my blog if you choose to join the fun!

Feel free to grab my monkey button above if you want to share this Linky Party with other bloggers :o)

One last thing...
As a thank you for joining my linky party, I will be choosing (at random) one lucky winner who will be receiving my Spring Unit Combo Pack!
I'll be choosing the winner on April 2nd!

I can't wait to see all your center ideas :)



Loreen Leedy said...

Thank you for the linky party, Valerie!

Marsha M. Moffit McGuire said...

Valerie, thanks for the invitation to join your linky party. I added my rhyming link and I'll have few more freebies over the next couple of days that I may be back to link up as well if that's ok.

Marsha M. Moffit McGuire said...

Oh I forgot, I'm following you and your facebook page now. :)

Valerie said...

Thanks Marsha! Of course I don't mind ;)

Jen R. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

I linked up!! I hope you don't mind, but I shared 2 of my most recents :)
and I DO follow your blog! :)

Barbara said...

Hi! I'm your newest follower.
Grade ONEderful

Barbara said...

Me again. I just found out at Chickadee Jubilee that you're from Montreal!! Yay, Canada!

The Hands-On Teacher said...

I just linked up a Syllable Sorting activity! :)
I also lived just outside of Montreal for about a Mascouche~ Small world! I'm in Arizona now :)

Jen R. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

I just added another one! :)

YearntoLearn said...

Great linky. I've added your collection to my
"List of Linky" parties on my blog.
Stop on by.

Yearn to Learn Blog

Ethnic Food said...

Your post is absolutely wonderful. I will definitely follow you.

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