Why is Word Work Important?
For students to become fully literate, they need specific knowledge about individual words. They also need hands-on experience comparing and contrasting words by sound, pattern, and meaning so that they can easily recognize patterns of words within text.
This Interactive Word Work Notebook provides students with hands-on purposeful and engaging learning opportunities. Differentiated instruction is also easy to implement with these interactive notebooks because you can choose different sorts for students based on what they need to work on.
There are 10 same short-vowel family word sorts included:
Sort #1: Short -a (-at & -an word families)
Sort #2: Short -a (-ad & -ap word families)
Sort #3: Short -i (-it & -ig word families)
Sort #4: Short -i (-ill & -ip word families)
Sort #5: Short -o (-ot & -op word families)
Sort #6: Short -o (-ob & -og word families)
Sort #7: Short -e (-et & -en word families)
Sort #8: Short -e (-ed & -ell word families)
Sort #9: Short -u (-ut & -ub word families)
Sort #10: Short -u (-ug & -un word families)
Activities for each Sort Include:
-word sort to cut apart
-header for the word sort
-Initial sort interactive flaps
-Rainbow Write interactive flaps
-Trace & Box Write interactive flaps
-Spin & Write
-Spelling assessment with ‘I can’ statement at the top
More sorts coming soon!
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