This activity can be used for literacy centers, whole group instruction, or small groups.
This product comes with:
- Students sort the word cards with its picture by Long e (-y), ey, and y. Then unscramble words on the scrambled word card. The answer is on the back of each card.
-Word Scramble comes in color and black and white
-This activity covers 27 words
There are 3 different types of worksheets.
Worksheet #1: Students pick a word from the bottom of the worksheet to write a sentence about it. Continue to do this until all of the words have been used.
Worksheet #2: Students read the unscrambled words, cut the pictures out, and glue the pictures next to the scrambled word. Then students will write the correct word next to its picture. At the bottom of the worksheet, students will pick one word to write a sentence about it.
Worksheet #3: Students walk around the room looking for the cards. Once they have found a card, have them unscramble the word and write the word under the correct category. When all of the blanks are filled have them pick two words from the list and write them into sentences.
Black and White Word Cards
-I made a card for every word used in this activity. You can either send the cards home or create games using the cards like Memory or Go Fish.
-I created a lesson plan that could be used for this literacy activity. The lesson plan comes with common core state standards and ideas on how to use this activity.
Video Ideas and Books that Teach Long e (-y), ey, and y
-I wrote down videos, activities, and books that cover Long e (-y), ey, and y.
Here is an example on how to use this activity: I play several games with word cards as a whole group. The main games that I play that my students love is mingle and 2 circles game. Mingle is where you give each student a card. You start the game by saying “mingle”. Students will walk around the room until you say stop. When you say stop, students are to find the closest person to them to partner up with. They read their card to them and then switch cards. I repeat this game until students lose interest. The 2 circles game is where I have students get into 2 circles (an inner and outer circle). When they get into their circle they make sure that they have a partner that faces them. Students read their card to their partner and switch cards. Then I have the inner circle move to the right one time. Continue to do this until students have made a complete circle.
Common Core State Standards that are covered in this activity
RF.1.1, RF.1.2, RF.1.2.b, RF.1.2.c, RF.1.3
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