I'm sure many of you already know this but I thought I would put it out there for those of you that may be new to it.
What is FCRR? Well it is the Florida Center for Reading Research.
Before I moved out to the Midwest I taught in Florida. Right before I left my district had compiled the huge binders with center/ workstation activities for the "Big 5". Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency and Comprehension. Then someone had a stroke of genius and these binders were scanned and uploaded on to their website. The best part is that it is all FREE!!!
Now these don't compare to the wonderful products that you all put out there and sell, but they do come in handy in a pinch. Let's say that it is Sunday night and while you have planned your lessons you don't yet have a Phonemic Awareness activity to practice with your students. Well just jump on to www.fcrr.org and look one up! It really only takes minutes.
When you first go to FCRR you will see this page.
You will then see this page.
You get an instruction page.
There used to be an easier way to search for the activities, but I can't seem to find it now. Anyway I hope you get some use out of it.