Each day I work with a small group of students on individualized reading instruction (Guided Reading). While I work with those students, the rest of my class is engaged in various Literacy Stations. The first thing to note about Literacy Stations is that they do not appear overnight. They take a LOT of time to create, cut out, and organize (I am still working on this!). They easiest way to start is to look at the concepts that you are teaching during the coming week or month and then do what I do-cheat-use the Internet, use books, use a friend. I have very rarely come up with a Literacy Station all by myself. AND the great thing about the Internet is that you can find teachers who have created FABULOUS stuff and are willing to share them for FREE (my favorite word!). I have given you some of my latest Literacy Station printables and ideas below. You can find other teacher's websites under the Teacher's Hive Helpers link.
Spelling City (great FREE website I use weekly to review spelling words, vocabulary words, etc.)