Setting Up A Writing Center

You can create a space in your classroom for students to experience and practice newly acquired writing skills independently by making a writing center.  A writing center is a great spot to foster interest and provide independent opportunities.

I have found my favorite way to set up my writing center is by creating the space as a permanent fixture with activities that change, yet stay the same. For example, I might always have the Monday activity as labeling. Tuesday may always be writing a list. Wednesday, may be writing the room for sight words. Thursday might be writing the room for alphabet letters. Friday might be using the vocabulary word wall to write a story. These are just some examples, I also use QR activities, CVC and sight word activities as well as many other fun and engaging writing activities. 

Below is an example of my current writing center that is ready to go for the week. 


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