Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Wordless Wednesday!

Today I am linking up with my blogging friend Christina over at Second Grade Sugar and Spice.  She is hosting a brand new fun linky!

As she says, a picture can say it all!  Here's a picture of how I organize my literacy stations.  Students head on over and choose the basket they need where I keep everything organized.  (Okay, I'm not so good at the 'wordless' part - I'll need to work on that! :)


Please take a minute and let me know how you organize yours!

Update - at a reader's request I have posted my labels on Google Docs.  You can download them HERE.  They're nothing fancy, but use them if you like :)

12 comments:

  1. Your labels are adorable...thanks for sharing!

    Lisa
    PAWSitively Teaching.

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  2. I can't do them this year :(...but last year I was HORRIBLE at keeping them organized! Zipper pouches were super helpful though!

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    1. Zipper pouches are a teacher's best friend!!

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  3. I use rainbow drawer carts with the activity labels on them (stamps, abc order, write the room, pocket chart center etc...) that students can take the drawer anywhere and in each drawer are papers and materials.

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    1. I use them for my math stations. What a great idea to use them for literacy too ;)

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  4. What type of shelf are you using for your stations and are your activity labels available?

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    1. I purchased my 'puzzle' shelf a couple years ago at Scholastic and my bins too. I updated this post to include a download for my labels. They're nothing fancy but feel free to use them!

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  5. I love your labels! Thanks for sharing! I put my activities (many are from your store!) in the flat paper baskets from the Target Dollar Spot. I made my own little polka dot labels for them. I do like the way you have used the upright tubs. I have a ton of those, too! I'll have to try them! :o)

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    1. I can see how the flat tubs would work well too! What did we ever do before dollar stores??????

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing your labels!! I love them!

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