WHAT IS A POCKET CHART STATION?
The Pocket Chart Station is a place where you have hung pocket charts and students can practice a variety of literacy skills using said pocket charts. This station is easy to implement and does not require tons of purchased items.
WHAT STUDENTS DO AT THIS STANDARD POCKET CHART?
Match student names and student pictures
Sort girls and boys
Sort names according to amount of letters
Beginning & Ending letter sounds
practice Concept of Word
Words and pictures
Match rhyming words
Tracking & sight word practice
Number recognition and counting
Build a sentence with environmental print
Use a pointer to read a predictable text
Matching color words to colors
Word Family matching & reading
Expanding independent sentences
This pocket chart stand allows your little learners either independently or with a partner to do variety of activities, focusing on different ELA standards and skills you are teaching whole-group, which then offers reinforcement and practice at the station.
I believe a pocket chart station is a must in the kindergarten classroom! I can promise that this pocket chart station is worth the time and effort it takes to set up! Features:
– Material: Durable Polyester 420D +210D+ PVC
– Measuring: 43″(L)X 28″(W) – pvc pocket 27.5″ (W), 2″(D)
– 1X Standard pocket chart – blue
Perfect for kindergarten, small group, school, classroom, home and ELA lessons, offer kids additional time and space to practice and understand its place value. they can do either independently or with partners
Heavy Duty Material Letter Sounds Chart: 2-layer fabric finished with long-lasting ballistic polyester 420D solid construction with industrial grade stitching with highly see-through PVC, It is more durable and stability (Cards don’t contain)
Alphabet Pocket Chart Measure: 43″L x 28″W, 10 Pocket, each clear PVC pocket 28″W x 2″H, with 4 reinforced & non-corrosive grommets for hanging up on whiteboard, cubicle wall or standard pocket chart stand
Teacher Helper Chart: Standard pocket chart center is terrific for your little learners focusing on reading , pointing and practicing their literacy skills. Ideal for reinforcement and practice activities at the pocket chart station
Have Fun Playing & Learning: Children hands-on centers, process art, dramatic play, tracking, sight word practice, picture and word cards, number recognition and counting, sort syllables, match rhyming words and literacy rich activities,