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  • Christina's Classroom Creations

    ABC Order Cups ... good idea for word work center, spelling word practice, and fun competitions.

  • Mary Dailey

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Alphabetical Order Cups similar to place value cups. I need to brainstorm other ideas for cups!

  • Christine Shiel

    Alphabetical order cups. Great and easy way to teach alphabetical order! Make them self checking by writing a number inside the cup. Center idea for spelling words in abc order!

  • Jar of Ideas

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Alphabetical Order Cups Use for weekly spelling words. Gives students a variety of ways to put the words in abc order.

  • Saunjeanetta Fertil

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Language Arts - Alphabetical Order Cups

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Generic word work form for content vocabulary. Includes a place for the word, the part of speech, the definition, a place for the student to use the word in a sentence, draw a picture, find synonyms and rate themselves on their understanding of the word.

This a FREE recording sheet you can use in your ABC order center....

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Nancy Vandenberge's printables: First Grade Wow: Daily Five Word Work Choice - Click on the link for her blackline masters. Wonderful stuff!

toss, read and write! great way to interest kinesthetic learners. @Candace Smith Sauter @Wendy Leonard-Walker @Sarah Lowery