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Dear 4 Grade Teachers,

I need your help! I have been teaching K-2 ENL for several years, but only last year I got my own classroom. I taught dual language 2 grade for the first time and I just fell in love with it! This year I am jumping into 4th! It will still be dual language, though. I already have some ideas about the basic classroom decor, but I know that math, reading and writing centers/stations/corners are very important. Therefore, I would like to know what are some must-haves in writing, reading and math corners/stations/centers. I know that paper and pencils should belong in the writing center but I also would like to know what others have done and still doing.

Thank you!

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K12ENLTeacher 08-13-2019 10:05 AM

Dear 4 Grade Teachers,

I need your help! I have been teaching K-2 ENL for several years, but only last year I got my own classroom. I taught dual language 2 grade for the first time and I just fell in love with it! This year I am jumping into 4th! It will still be dual language, though. I already have some ideas about the basic classroom decor, but I know that math, reading and writing centers/stations/corners are very important. Therefore, I would like to know what are some must-haves in writing, reading and math corners/stations/centers. I know that paper and pencils should belong in the writing center but I also would like to know what others have done and still doing.

Thank you!




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