Monday, December 15, 2014

Differentiated Common Core Literacy Centers

Younger students can range so widely in ability.  If your school district has made the transition to Common Core then you probably have wondered how to meet the needs of beginning readers and those that are still learning basic sight words and still focus on Common Core.

This resource has been so helpful for both my students and myself.  It allows students to work at their own levels and meet the demands of Common Core at the same time. It is such a time saver for teachers too.  Level 1 contains sight words and pictures that students can use as reference points as they locate details.  Level 2 contains longer sentences and words that contain long vowels and short vowel sounds.  Students practice Common Core Standard RL.1 Details and learn how to locate details in the text and closely read.  All of this is done at their own reading levels.

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