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Language Learning Stations

Quick Overview

The perfect way to have students practice skills while they are having fun!


  • Availability: In stock
  • Item #: 320028W
  • Grades: 2-3
Quantities of this item are limited. All sales final.
These classroom-tested, instant learning games are ready to cut out and play!

The perfect way to have students practice skills while they are having fun!

Each of these ready-to-use centers contains 50 full-color card stock sheets, including instructions, game boards, puzzles, cards, and much more!

This collection contains the following activities:

The Unhappy Caterpillar (prefixes)
The Harmless Ladybug (suffixes)
Jumping, Swimming, Diving Frogs (ing verb endings)
A Bushel of Apples (el/le endings)
Penguins Are Cool! (subject/predicate)
A Hat For An Alligator (a/an)
The Little Bird Sings Softly (parts of speech)
Dinosaur Punctuation (! . ?)
Mr. Pig's Party at the Three Bears' House (possessive nouns)
One Bunny Two Bunnies (plural nouns)

About Instant Learning Stations: These fun, interactive activities help students review and master essential math and literacy skills. The full color activities in each packet are designed for students to use with a partner or in a small group. They are great activities to engage students during
learning center time, small group instruction and when they are finished with other assignments. Also, there are enough games in one packet for the whole class to play at the same time. Divide the class into groups and give each group one of the games. Every 10-15 minutes rotate the activities to a different group. This is a wonderful way to review and build essential math and language skills while the students are having fun!