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Daily 5- Word Work! I have been SO impressed with the comments left on these posts- thank you so much! The winner from the last post is This is a fun comment- thanks Deb! Let me first show you how I store my word work: I like having the large drawer at the bottom to hold the bigger stuff.
So let's take a look in each drawer This is my dry erase drawer. It is simple- write your words on the dry erase board. I will give you a link at the end for all the papers I show in the post. This is a direction sheet that stays in the drawer for the kids- they know to read the directions about what is needed if they forget instead of asking me.
OH side note I use my spelling words for the week as my word work. I find that works the best and we can focus on that phonics sound for the week.
I store the word lists on the side of my word word container like this: I have 2 lists challenge and regular. I call them list 1 and list 2. Colorful words- put makers in a bag and then the kids write their words in a colorful way.
I have the kids do this in their "word work" notebook which is just a section of a spiral notebook. These little guys came from Target dollar spot- keep your eyes peeled as I usually seem them come out in August.
I believe I got the little containers from Staples. I have a separate sheet where the kids stamp their words- Next up The most popular drawer! That is why there is only one lonely play-doh left in this drawer!
They are used for writing the words on a "pancake" style play-doh instead of forming each letter. I got the container from JoAnns. I added a white circle sticker to the top of the bottle cap. The kids use the letters to spell out their words- another favorite! Also in the bottom drawer These are just foam letters from Michaels.
The kids love these! Hard to tell as these got mangled but they are Wikki Stix!
The kids had a lot of fun with these and I need to buy more! Finally, the amazing reading specialist at my building had a great idea of using an old keyboard to "type" out their words5 Tips for Better Work-Life Balance.
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Daily 5 Work on Writing Station - journals. Find this Pin and more on Writing & Fine Motor by Education to the Core. Daily 5 Work on Writing Station- would modify a few for grade level Class journals-pick a few topics & students add their own stories.
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