Are you familiar with Debbie Diller (http://www.amazon.com/Debbie-Diller/e/B001JS0WV4). She also has her own web page. She has lots of professional resources for center objectives and organization.
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Florida center for research has great activities
What exactly are you looking for? Do you plan to use centers to teach specific skills or multiple skills at one time? Will students have a choice about which centers to participate in, or will they rotate through the centers? I'm sure the community has tons of ideas to help you. Just let us know what you're looking for.
To get you started I would suggest looking into the Evan Moor Literacy and phonics skill books. They are basically already made workstations that all you have to do is cut out. They are skills based, however have some good things in them! Hope that helps!
Debbie Diller literacy workstations is my favorite! I do a combination of that and Daily 5.
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