All my phonics spinner activities can be used as an independent center once it has been introduced in a teacher-led station to go over the directions. These phonics activities can be used as a review to instruction or used as remediation for struggling readers.
5 Color spinner pages
5 Black/White spinner pages
Student Task Sheet
Needed to complete the activity:
You can use the spinners in 2 ways…
1) Print and laminate a set of spinner pages on cardstock. I have included the black and white page for those wanting/needing to save on colored ink. I suggest printing the black and white copy onto colored cardstock (a different color for each page). Once they are laminated, insert a brad into the center of each circle and attach a paperclip for the spinner. Students can use wipe-off markers for a practice station. (The skinny markers work best)
2) Print the black and white versions, make copies and have students write directly on the paper for an accountability piece to turn in. Students can use their pencil with a paperclip as a spinner.
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