Get your trucker hats on and brush up on your truckin’ lingo! My students had so much fun with this unit! Miles of smiles while using these fun activities while learning “ck”!
In this unit you will find:
-3 types of write the room cards (use one or all 3, you decide! I print all 3 and use them in different ways!) and response sheet
-36 break apart/puzzle cards and response sheet
-2 different sets of Duckie “flyswatter” game (or for a pocket chart) sorting”ck” and non-ck words. One set has the words and one set has just pictures. (Note: the “non-ck” words are words that end in the /k/ sound as well, so it makes the students think of the rule for the ck spelling!) And student sorting response sheet is included so that this may be used in a center pocket chart activity.
-30 truck word cards to use as word wall cards or as “word rings” for fluency practice! (or sorting word families, rhyming words and more!)
-wall cards for displaying the “ck rule”
-“Help Humpty Dumpty Fix his Crack” pocket chart activity matching ck word to picture)
-I Have, Who Has game
-Quiz, Quiz Trade cards (and directions for using, in case you are unfamiliar with this Kagan Structure)
-Rhyming word center cards and response sheet
-“Scoot” game and response sheet
-“Is This the Correct Spelling?” center cards and response sheet
-“Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down” center cards and response sheet
-Word building mats with “wheel letters” (in several varieties, so this activity can be differentiated to fit the needs of students) and response sheet
-Word Family Trucker/Truck Sorting and response sheet
-“Help the Trucker Find His Truck” Pocket chart activity (matching word to picture) and answer sheet
-7 different “Roll and Cover” games
-38 different worksheets for early finishers, extra practice, remediation, homework, morning work, extra centers and more. The types of worksheets include: flip books, spin to win, color write and
count, mixed up “ck” sentences, writing prompts (using “ck” words as the topic), word building, onset and rime, circle map sorting ck and non-ck pictures, word to picture matching, phoneme
substitution and more.
It is completely common core aligned and covers these standards:
SL.K.1 I can participate conversations with my friends.
SL.K.4 I can describe things and events.
SL.K.5 I can add drawings to add details.
SL.K6 I can be understood when I speak in class.
LK.1 I can print my letters.
L.1.2d I can spell words by using common spelling patterns.
W.K1 I can write my opinion about something.
W.K2 I can write about something I know.
RF.K.1 I can recognize and name all of my upper and lower case letters.
RF.K.2c I can blend onset and rimes to make a word.
RF.K 3 I can decode a words.
RF.K3.1 I can spell words the way they sound.
This 290+ page unit contains a huge variety of differentiated activities for all students with a fun theme that will engage and "tickle” kiddos as they learn all about the ck spelling rule!