Literacy Centers




Non-Fiction Center




Follow the link below to see the Literacy Centers that are
currently in use in my own classroom.

 There are many ways to store your Literacy Centers. Class books can be stored in book boxes (see below). Clear shoe boxes and zip-lock bags also make excellent storage devices. In my classroom I am partial to manila envelopes with fasteners. The envelopes are an excellent way to store everything in one place. Simply add a Velcro dot over the fastener. Unfortunately the fasteners themselves do not hold up. The Velcro will last for years. The manila envelopes can be stored in a file drawer by theme or skill. In addition plastic tubs and metal storage cubes are also space savers.


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Book Boxes

Created by:
Tracie Pohlmeyer

Use cereal boxes covered with contact
paper to store student made books


Available at Target

For more information on setting up Learning Centers click the link below.

Types of
Learning Centers



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