Thursday, December 26, 2013

Winter Literacy Stations

I hope each and everyone of you enjoyed a happy, healthy holiday!  A couple of my siblings live away and didn't make it home for Christmas, but I was fortunate to have my mom, dad and younger brother joining my family for a delicious turkey dinner yesterday.  My favorite thing about today is ...leftovers! YUMMY!!!!

I'm also taking some time today ( since I don't have to cook and we're snowed in - again) to work on my January planning.  I've recently posted my winter literacy stations at my TPT store.

Here's a little preview of the 7 stations...

Here's a few pics!

In total you'll receive the following activities:

 *ABC Order
*How to Writing Flap Book
*Long and Short /o/

Each station includes an I can... student instruction card to help build student independence.
Since ink is expensive I have included a black and white option. The color option is also printer friendly :)

As usual I'll send a copy to the first 3 people who comment on this post with their email.  I also have it posted at my store for 20% off today.

Have a great day!


  1. These look wonderful.

  2. These are the skills we will be working on too!

    1. I'm glad I can help with your planning. Enjoy :)

  3. I have a couple kids at home who would love these.

    1. I just sent this unit along. I hope your kiddos like them!

    2. I hate to be a bother, but I didn't get the email. I think my junk mail folder ate it up and it deletes daily. Any way you could send it again?

    3. No bother at all - just sent again :) Let me know if it reaches you!

  4. Wish we could somehow magically trade leftovers with others...I did WAY too much cooking, and there is going to be a point I cannot look at my standing rib roast once more. So your turkey leftovers would be perfect right then!

    Love the little how to make a snowman foldable writing booklet! Growing up in the midwest I know all about that, but my students probably have never built a snowman! (Or shoveled...which I also know way too well!)

    tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

    1. As tired as I get with snow I cannot imagine never having experienced it. I do love the changes of the seasons :)