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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".

Thanksgiving Spelling Stones - how many words can you spell using only the letters in the word thanksgiving?

Practice game???1-play super slow, 2-play super fast, 3-play staccato, 4- play lh with rh/play rh with lh, 5-play by memory, 6-play in a different octave....

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

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.)

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.

Word Chants with a twist….or an Aaarrrgh! Each card gives a unique way in which the chant should be done. Such as… Sing each word like an opera singer. Read each word like a robot with a computerized voice. Read each word as you pose like a statue.

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!