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50 Hands-On SPELLING ACTIVITIES for Phonics and Sight Words | This Reading Mama

50 Hands-On Spelling Activities {for Phonics and Sight Words}

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FREE Spelling Homework Ideas

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Five ELA Scoot games for CVC words, digraphs, compound words, and alphabetical order. $

Good way to teach how to differentiate between "b" and "d" Very Clever!

75 FUN Ways to Practice Spelling - writing & fine motor, gross motor, oral, games & online fun! Make learning those spelling words fun, meaningful and memorable!

FREE printable for making your own vowel sticks. Self checking feature makes this a great activity for your literacy centers.

All Students Can Shine: Sight Words & Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe FREEBIE

This website is awesome! Click on the links in the sidebar for everything reading! There is a ton of great printables that will be perfect for guided reading and small groups and they are all FREE!

Directions for making your own "Make A Word" activity. FREE recording template. Great activity for small group instruction.

BOB Books Printables: Set 1, Book 2 SAM -- FREE!

These are 13 fun CVC Whirly Word Wheels which help students to merge the beginning consonant sound to the VC ending in these one-syllable words for beginners who can identify letter sounds but need practice to merge the sounds together to form words. Each word wheel has colorful illustrations of words in the wheel and each wheel uses each of the vowels a,e,i,o and u as the middle sounds. $ Priced item

75 FUN Ways to Practice Spelling - writing & fine motor, gross motor, oral, games & online fun! Make learning those spelling words fun, meaningful and memorable!

get the kids forming the shapes of the letters as well as saying the sounds

computer/smartboard lesson on vowels!

Vowel Game •Each child has a laminated strip of vowels and a clothespin. •I say a CVC word like "cat." •The children listen and then put their clothespin on the vowel they hear in the CVC word. What is so great about this game is that you can have the children hold up their strips and you can quickly check and see who is "getting it." And best of all, it is fun!