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Grow-a-Word-FamIn the center of the flower, write a word family. Tape a strip of green construction paper to the back of a Poppin’ Patterns Flower and attach leaves that have words from that word family written on them. Display the flowers on a “Grow-A-Word-Family” bulletin board.ily Activity

These word chunk cards can be used in so many ways in your classroom! This product includes 96 chunk cards and a list of suggested ideas. Great f...

"I HAVE...WHO HAS" Game focusing on Word Families. This game is a fun way for students to practice word families (or spelling patterns), especially for children who need additional practice hearing rhyming parts. $2.00 for class set.

Literacy station ideas. toss the pom-pom into the muffin tin. Read the word family on which the pom-pom lands. Write a word from the word family on a paper. Continue as time allows. Could work for older kids using prefixes and suffixes - maybe on dice?

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

Building Word Families puzzle game. This is a great activity for the students to make words and be able to push their sounds.

Play with word families by building "Cat in the Hat" hats...I like this better than the itsy bitty cut and paste we've been doing.

Great way to teach reading - word family eggs - I changed this up a little for speech therapy. Each egg I wrote on in sharpie marker and I did initial and final sounds that they could twist the egg to create new words that started or ended with their sound. I give them these while I'm working one on one with another student