Use this packet in conjunction with word sort programs, spelling programs, or making words lessons.
Students can be asked to complete a whole packet per word set or be offered a choice of which activities to complete each word set. This makes differentiation easy based on student need, student experience, time available, or student choice.
Print each activity on a different color of paper to easily track which activities students are completing most often or most effectively.
Keep all of the students work completed in a file or binder to track their work, growth, and development throughout the school year.
Enlarge any/each of these sheets at a local printing company or education agency. Laminate the new posters. Use them for anchor charts, whole group instruction, literacy centers, or small group instruction.
Each of these sheets could be the feature of a separate literacy center.
If you use numbered word lists, ask students to write the number of their assigned word list in a specific corner of the sheet or after their name.
Charts could also be cut and pasted into interactive notebooks. Charts may have to be reduced on a copy machine depending on the size of the interactive notebook being used.