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Independent work is essential to any well run classroom. And while task boxes are a great source of keeping those busy hands working away – we need to also make sure we have academic independent work for our higher functioning learners. My Writing Centers and Math Centers are some of my favorite components of my classroom curriculum. They take up a relatively little amount of space, were fairly easy to setup, and keep my kiddos working! I have been slowly but surely plugging away on the final component to this trifecta of greatness – the Literacy Centers! They are finally up and running and I can sum up my thoughts about these new centers in one word – obsessed.

You can check out a super speedy setup video tutorial. These resources are quick to setup and run so smoothly. I love the layout and structure of these binders. Plus – they only take up one shelf!

Check out the 10 awesome centers included:

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

 

These Literacy Centers are stored above my Writing Centers so my kiddos can alternate. Some students use these as independent work and I use these with other students as guided practice. EnjoY!

 

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