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Words Their Way--Record Book - Second Story Window I want to try this for the last few weeks of this year. LL

Words Their Way--Resource List - Second Story Window

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.)

Parent packet with a progress chart of practice activities at home- great for home accountability!

Great tips for learning spellings - fun ideas and multi-sensory techniques.

Words Their Way--Resource List - Awesome website that explains the use of Words Their Way and provides really great material.

For Words Their Way sorts! As well as other great stuff!

Spelling Try Sheet. Have the kids attempt the spelling before asking the teacher. It would be nice to have a third column for them to ask a peer after attempting it themselves but before asking the teacher.

Words Their Way Printable Spelling & Sorting Activities

How we use "chunk spelling" to make differentiated spelling lists for our students and why we don't use Words Their Way for spelling homework. Free downloads for using chunk spelling in your class. // Second Story Window

After testing your students, the next step is to organize them for word study. It works best for me to write the levels down one side of a paper and then list the students next to their level. I decided I could handle 4 groups, so I look for ways to divide up the kids.