Are you looking for fun center ideas for your kindergarten classroom? Look no further! These literacy centers for kindergarten are great for teaching reading, writing, and phonics skills!
Alphabet Connect the Dots Literacy Center
This fun, hands-on center can help students learn their uppercase and lowercase letters. Use these Alphabet Dot-to-Dots with paper and pencil or laminate the cards to use with dry erase markers. A Letter Tracing Booklet is also included so students can practice forming letters.
Beginning Letter Sounds Activities
These Beginning Sounds Activities are great for teaching letter sounds! Use these fun cards at a literacy center, for small group work, or for independent practice. This resource includes Letter/Picture Cards, Matching Cards, an Alphabet Mini Book, and 3 worksheets.
Sentence Building Literacy Center
This Sentence Building Center can help students develop confidence as early readers and writers. They arrange sets of words to build simple sentences. They can use the answer card with a picture to assist them if necessary.
Beginning & Ending Sounds Literacy Center
Use these CVC Cards with your students at your word work center. Use dry erase markers to make words by adding the beginning and ending sounds. Students can then copy the words they have made into their notebooks. Alternatively, they can use the recording sheet to sort the words by their vowel sounds. This center comes with 45 cards (9 cards for each short vowel sound).
These 35 Writing Prompts are great for beginning writers because they use primary lines and include a picture. These prompts can help your students begin writing about different topics. Use them at a literacy center or for independent assignments. A Writing Checklist is included so students can check that they have done everything necessary before submitting their work.
You can find all of these literacy activities for kindergarten included in this Kindergarten Literacy Centers Bundle in my online store.
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