In my class, we use these Letter Wands to help students identify and recognize letters in words. This used to be a Good Choice activity, but I noticed my students just wandering around with their Letter Wand and only pretending to looking for words around the room. This led to them disturbing other students who were not done working and too much noise. To hold them more accountable for looking for words with their letter in them, I created this worksheet. It is simple, but works for my class. They write their letter in uppercase and lower-case, then write as many words as they can. There are only 10 spaces, but I let them know that if they find more, it is okay to write on the back, or around the page. Once their time is up or they are done, they turn in what they have. I check to see how they are writing their letter and the words they notice. I try to make sure my students do not pick the same letter every time, but they are usually pretty good at remembering themselves.