Incorporating literacy concepts into your independent work tasks is the best way to ensure skill generalization and maintenance. Students will practice literacy skills in different ways and continue practicing previously mastered skills over time. There are so many ways to incorporate a wide range of concepts into your work task boxes. Here are some of my favorites!
Alphabet Work Tasks
Target letter identification, discrimination, and build letter awareness with these alphabet tasks. Read more here.
Leveled Daily Work
This year long set changes each day and has different literacy, vocabulary, and grammar practice for every day of the year. Learn more here.
Parts of Speech Sorts
These sorts are tricky, build in complexity, and perfect for a higher level independent task. There is no speeding through these bad boys. Learn more here.
From idioms to antonyms and prepositions to syllable counts these literacy centers have a little bit of everything. I love giving students a choice and seeing the creative work they produce. Learn more here.
Communication Based Work Tasks
These may be my favorite set of work tasks that I have ever made. These target so many communication and literacy skills. Check them out here.
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