• Dawn Ronzino

    Word family literacy center idea

  • Christa Whaley

    Word family word work for literacy centers

  • Leigh Tamez

    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. Also, prefixes and suffixes - maybe on dice?

  • Bethany K.

    Word families game. Could even be done with prefixes and suffixes.

  • Ali Loizzo

    Word Work Toss...Instead of using a muffin tin, I used a vegetable/fruit plastic tray with separated sections that I bought from Dollar Tree. It is durable and the tray I got gives kids seven word families to work with at a time.

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