Beginning readers struggle with spelling. The see similar words and think that's the word they are looking for. This Four Corners game helps your students look at four different spellings and pick the correct one that matches the picture in the center.
You do not need to print, cut, or laminate these slides. You can use them right from your computer as a power point presentation. Flip to the next slide as you are ready. If you want to, you can print them and use them with a document camera. But you don't need to if you don't want to.
Four Corners is a game that gets your students up and moving. You put a colored piece of construction paper in each corner. They should match the colors of the slides in this game.
Once you put the slide up on a projection screen for the students to see, they will walk to the corner that matches the way they think that picture is spelled.
You can use this often to get them in the habit of choosing the correct word.
There are other Four Corners games if you are interested in grabbing them too.
Geometry for Kinders
For 1st and 2nd graders:
Parts of Speech
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