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  • Denise G

    K: Word Work: Mystery Word - Whats the Last Word?

  • Caroline Moore

    Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!) Literacy center idea

  • Cindi Bernasconi

    Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (I think Anna would love this....maybe with her first grade spelling words?)

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Mystery Word sacks for Reading Stations. This is for a lower grade, but I thought this would be great for prefixes and suffixes with different roots. Have different labeled index cards inside for students to manipulate the parts of the word before writing it. Writing a definition based on the word parts would help mastery. pre + view = view before

Possibilities: include the letters contained in all of the word wall words {to date}, include all the vowels & word endings to the chunks we’ve learned thus far, plus a few additional letters. The kids pick a bag and use the tiles inside to make words. Tell them to use the room as a resource. Record the words on the recording sheet.

Mystery word guess...interactive bulletin board idea! Maybe guess the mystery book?

Mystery Word - Word Families Can be used with magnetic letters, Scrabble letter tiles, play dough and play dough stamps, ink stamps!

This 26-page freebie has some simple reproducible for Word Work station. Great ideas. Boggle, write the room, grab bag letters, and more

This packet includes 10 color words to print, trace, color, find, and cut and paste. The words included are: red, yellow, green, blue, black, orange, pink, white, purple and brown. I like to introduce color words before I introduce the basic sight words. This helps the students understand that print carries meaning if they haven't been exposed to it before.

2 fun-filled games that teach children to recognize 24 high frequency words.

WEEKEND NEWS, STAR OF THE WEEK, WORD OF THE DAY, AND WORD WALL WORDS - TeachersPayTeache...