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My school follows Jan Richardson’s guided reading model and we introduce one Dolch word per day. These 35 books each focus on ONE word. It was hard to easily find books that focused on just one word at a time, so we have been using these. The kids love them, can easily read them, and get the chance to see the sight word of the day in context. $

My school follows Jan Richardson’s guided reading model and we introduce one Dolch word per day. These 20 books each focus on ONE word. It was hard to easily find books that focused on just one word at a time, so we have been using these. The kids love them, can easily read them, and get the chance to see the sight word of the day in context. $

This file contains 30 task cards with one word on each card. This game of Scoot is designed to help students identify nouns and verbs. Students will determine what type of word it is and they will record their answer on their recording sheet.

PhotoSpeak™ can transform any portrait photo into a moving 3D avatar that repeats your every word.

rainbow writing (did something similar to this with the alphabet when one of my nanny charges were in kindergarten --- except they picked the color traced the letter 3 times, said the letter name and sound(s), repeated with at least 4 other colors), so I love this for learning spelling words. Could make writing them so much more fun and exciting.

Word chart! For my writing resource group! We have been working on using more complex verbs and adjectives to describe our experiences!

I like this idea as an in class way to help students learn their spelling words. This will not only help them to spell them but also learn the meaning of them. The only thing I dislike like about this is that it asks for an antonym and synonym when all words may not have a direct opposite or mean the same as another word.

Great idea for word work in the classroom or at home. Children use the numbered letter tiles on the left to add up their spelling word "points".

Help your kids learn spelling words and more with this fun idea!! Easy set up!! Word building with letter magnets and word families.

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