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    • Elizabeth Whiterod

      50 ways to practice spelling words - spelling homework - could take home and reflect upon which one worked most

    • Always Learning

      Spelling ideas (Look through this web page for lots more very useful spelling, word work resources)

    • Jacks Jean-Yack

      50 ways to practice spelling words - Great website for a ton of word work ideas

    • Bing Sevilla

      Fun Ideas for Spelling Practice (50 ways to practice spelling words)

    • Tyler Houston

      50 ways to practice spelling words. Language arts. English. Spelling

    • Jamie Jennings Edwards

      50 ways to practice spelling words and soooo many Word Work ideas!!

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    Here is a Marzano word work cootie catcher to use for review activities: spell, say, give example/non-example/synonym/part of speech/nonverbal representation/definition/sentence. Picture: Sample template and rules: Once the cootie catchers are assembled, students will use their current vocabulary or spelling lists in any subject area to revew words.

    Spelling practice

    Practice spelling words-- Students draw a big scribble on their page - remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using colored pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.

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    o We do the "Daily 4" in my classroom: read to self, work on writing, word work, and listening (I left out read to someone). o Unfortunately for my students, they do not get to choose when they participate in each activity. I have a rotation schedule set up (mostly because I want everyone to get a chance at the listening center). See schedule below. o The students get a chance to read to self and complete word work each day. o I create word work packets for students, wh...