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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.

Spelling word practice. If we used a board like this, it would save us from having to photocopy those packets every week. We'd be able to do just a front & back page for vocab list and spelling list instead.(And plus, these activities are way more fun than the current ones we assign.)

Word Work worksheets. My goal for this and future years is to rotate out/in at least two Word Word activities each month to keep it fresh.

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".

This is such a great idea from A Cupcake for the Teacher. It's a word work activity that can be used to practice writing sight words or spelling words. It's called rainbow roll-n-write and it's a FREEBIE!

One Extra Degree: Word Work Center etc. filled with white boards, sand boxes, file folder games and puppets.

Should use something along these lines for homework. Could do more with differentiation such as point system and they must do 25 points for the week. Goods- More time for homework, can ask questions ahead of time when it is due, can get more opportunities to get parental support on homework if possible, and students do not have to worry about if they are too busy one day to do it.

FREE 'ap' word family activities. Great for centers and word work!

easy word work activity! building word wall cards with letter cards and play dough-- students LOVE this!

Kindergarten and Mooneyisms: Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!)

Digraphs- PERFECT for Word Work and So FUN! Coloring, spinning a word (use a paperclip) and discovering the mystery word!