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A Cheer for Spelling
Give me an S-P-E-Double-L, and what have you got? A really fun game that challenges your students to get their spelling words right. Ms. Carlos’ teaching activity is simple and easy to implement, and great for all learning styles.
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Backwards Spelling
Ms. Sennett plays a fun spelling game with her students. There’s backwardness, and there’s spelling, but students learn to spell the right way!
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Differentiated Spelling Ideas
Over the years I have been able to create a differentiated spelling program based on Diane Snowball's publications on how to teach spelling. I use a basic list of words that are spelling patterns that...
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Food and Spelling
At the end of each grading period, I use a spelling list of food words. I put the words on the board on Monday and give an assignment that uses 15 of the 25 words. The assignment is due on Friday when...
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Group Vocabulary Games
I do a vocabulary building activity with my students where they have to make their own vocabulary game...
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Learn the Alphabet with Numberlys App
Mr. Kriegh uses an interactive book called The Numberlys with her primary students. The book teaches students about using the alphabet by intercutting brief, very simple interactive games for each new letter of the alphabet as the story is played out.
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Magnet Sentences
I cut apart the letters and words from advertising magnet cards that businesses hand out, or I use those that are attached to phone books.
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Math Scrabble
Ms. Thoreson writes 16 random letters on the board and assigns point values to each letter. Her students work in teams to spell math words and calculate point totals.
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Reading and Spelling Station
One of the stations I use during reading has markers, colored sentence strips, scissors and the students' current reading book. On Mondays, I select spelling words from the coming week’s reading mat...
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Recorded Spelling
"I have a non-English speaking student from Bangladesh and a Spanish student with non-English speaking parents.
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