Many teachers are familiar with the idea of a “Word Graveyard,” where we retire overused words like fun and good. This budget-friendly display uses McDonald’s fry containers and yellow strips of construction paper to give students an interactive way to continually view and add new synonyms for “overcooked” words. Don’t worry … Classroom, Fry Words, Student, Word Families, French Fries, Interactive Bulletin Boards, Teacher, Word Walls, Kid
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Ladybug's Teacher Files: CAFE (actually, CRAFT) Board
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Excellent Reading Board idea... (On top or beside my "window"? Do Author Study, Genre, Teaching Point? Don't have a color printer at school, might just mount 3 small white boards and write in colorful expo pen each week...) Classroom Idea, Reading Street, Filing Cabinets, Reading Bulletin Boards, Read Focus, Teacher, Focus Walls, Focus Board, Concept Board
Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: My Sister's Second Grade Classroom Pics!
A portable word wall! Students can grab the word that they need and take it back to their desks. This also makes it easier to add new words to the wall without running out of space. Wall Spaces, Portabl Word, Writing Centers, Wall Words, Writing Area, Student Work, Word Walls, Portable Word Wall, Spelling Words
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Here is an activity I use with my 1st grade class. Have your students practice writing 10 words that you have posted on the word wall in your class... Grade 1 Writing Activities, 1St Grade Writing Center, 1St Grade Writing Activities, Wall Center, 1St Grade Word Wall, Word Work, Word Walls, Spelling Words, 1St Grade Reading Activities
Word Wall & 3 Sentences
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