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Word work

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Do you reinvent the wheel every single week when it comes to centers, word work, stations.....whatever you happen to call them? Yeah, me too! I know better, I swear I do but it just never fails. I am here today to tell you that there IS A BETTER WAY! Let me begin by saying I am a big fan of Daily 5. I run my room about as closely to the Daily 5 model as possible but this is one area I just never could give in on. The sisters suggest having out materials for students to build words, write…

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These 26 word work activities work with any words under the sun: sight words, phonics, spelling lists, word families, themed words… the sky’s the limit! And, as a huge bonus, the mega pack of word work activities requires almost no prep. “I really feel like this is the holy grail of word work activities. I’m using it for at-home practice for my first grade child, and I love the variety included as well as ease of use. I mostly use the activities that are blank and can be used with any list…

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Use these easy, cheap, and engaging diy word work and writing centers in your classroom. You will love how versatile and your students will love how fun!

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What's more fun than learning the alphabet and sight words than with a game? This alphabet and sight word tic-tac-toe game is sure to be a hit!

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Do you reinvent the wheel every single week when it comes to centers, word work, stations.....whatever you happen to call them? Yeah, me too! I know better, I swear I do but it just never fails. I am here today to tell you that there IS A BETTER WAY! Let me begin by saying I am a big fan of Daily 5. I run my room about as closely to the Daily 5 model as possible but this is one area I just never could give in on. The sisters suggest having out materials for students to build words, write…

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When setting up your word work centers, there are many different things you need to consider. In my classroom, I want my word work centers to match the phonics skills we are working on. I also think it's important that my students can do these activities independently! That's why I keep the activities VERY similar,

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If there's one thing I always am on the look out for, its some good "go-to's" for my Word Work center. Last year, my kiddos got into a good routine for their daily Word Work centers, but I always liked to mix it up- Lord knows I get bored doing the same thing all the time, let alone my little firsties. Throughout the year, I ended up making a bunch of activity sheets (some ideas borrowed and changed, some ideas new) for word work and decided to offer one HUGE freebie from my TpT store. The…

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