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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
Ms. Kempin takes spelling lessons across the curriculum. Read about her tip that caould help develop spelling and many other student skills.
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Food and Spelling
How do you improve your students' spelling skills? Lure them with food! See how Ms. Easley's tip may increase your students' appetite for learning!
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Group Vocabulary Games
Learning vocabulary CAN be all fun and games. This educator's students have a great time creating a lesson from some of their favorite board games.
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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
Ms. Anton cuts letters and words from advertising magnet cards that businesses hand out, or those that are attached to phone books. See what she does next that helps her students assemble sentences or create poems.
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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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Milk Carton Mailboxes
Ms. Postman asks her students to bring in empty milk cartons during the first week of school. She uses them to set up mailboxes for each student and incorporates this creative idea into a classroom writing center.
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Reading and Spelling Station
Students in Ms. Deaton's class and other classes practice fluency and build self-confidence because they enjoy this spelling and reading activity. Read more about her "Reading and Spelling Station" here.
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