I love seeing other teacher's stations and how they organize them - every one has their own unique way of doing them, so I love to share mine with ya'll! If you'd like to read the post I wrote about how mine are organized, you can read it here.
Before I begin - a question - HOW do you have your kids differentiate between syllables and phoneme segmentation?!?! My kids had syllables down pat until I introduced segmenting. And they are great at segmenting, but when we switch back and forth it really confuses the little darlings! What are some techniques ya'll use to keep them separate?? I would love any tips!
Most of these stations are from my "Dinosaurs, Bugs, and Sea Creatures, Oh, My!" Packet.
Fishy syllables - they did great when I worked through this with them, but eesh! They kept on wanting to say that f-i-sh has 3 syllables (great segmentation, friends! but not quite what I'm looking for! :)
Rainbow writing spelling words (I swear, that butcher paper is magic! I only pull this out every few weeks so
they don't get tired of it it doesn't lose its magic!
Sight word hunt from Mrs. Patton's Patch
Dinosaur Scrambled sentences
Sounding out sneaky E words
I would love to hear any advice ya'll have to share!!