Here are some recent Learning Stations:
Sort picture cards by the first sound. Draw pictures on the record sheet that begin with the letter sounds.
Sorting Sandwiches. Sort out "sandwiches" onto letter or number "napkins. I have found that color-coding materials by simply drawing a line around the cards helps Kinders to keep materials organized. Each student in this station had his/her own sack lunch to sort out. Each bag had color-coded pieces, which happily ended up put away in the correct bag. A modified worksheet from Teacher's Helper (not pictured) was used for a record sheet.
Playdough letters. I didn't have time to laminate the cards - so I popped them (two - back to back) into page protectors.
After sorting and graphing the shapes, students sorted and glued shapes. This page from Teacher's Helper also gave them the opportunity to read and spell the names of the shapes.
Word Sort. The sight words were sorted by the number of letters, and then written onto the record sheet.
Two part station: Cut out and sort pictures by initial sound, and then trace and write letters and words.
Read, Spell, Write! I wrote sight words and -ap & -am word family words onto laminated fall leaves (use a Sharpie - wipe off with rubbing alcohol). The kids read, spelled, and wrote the words.