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Included are all of the activities that you will need for six centers
to reinforce “Who Works Here?”. There are also many printables that can be used for review sheets, morning work, and fun activities Common Core Standards are listed for the Language Arts and Math activities. There are High-Frequency Word Cards and Amazing Word Cards that can be used for display or teaching tools. This is a great supplement to use with your Reading Street Curriculum.
Spelling Center –
Rainbow write spelling words
Use letter tiles to spell the words
Find the correct frame for each spelling word
Write words with short e in ABC order/
Word Search for spelling words
High-Frequency Word Center –
Use cards with the high-frequency words as flashcards
Use play-doe to spell each word/Use letter stamps to spell each word
Write the words and color the picture correctly
Color a five by reading high-frequency words correctly
Find the words in a maze
Phonics Center –
Use a magnifying glass and search for words with long i and then write the words/
Phonics Game- Sort words with digraphs wh, c, tch, ph
Write the words on the recording sheet.
Use a magnifying glass and search for words with consonant digraphs wh, ch, tch, ph and then write the words
Listening Center –
After listening to “Who Works Here?” answer questions about the story. Questions are included that review the comprehension skills for the week
Writing Center –
Read and trace a sentence. Write the sentence. Draw a picture of the sentence. Then cut out the words and glue them in the correct order.
Segment words with long i, and then write the word under the picture.
Segment words with ch,and wh
Match Amazing Words to their picture and definition. Cut out each Amazing Word and glue it beside the picture that illustrates the word. Draw a sketch of an Amazing Word and write the word.
(1) Read the story "Phil the Whale". FInd HFW and ch and wh words
(2) Add to find words with long i.
(3) Color a hundred's chart to find a high-frequency word
(4) Roll the dice to practice writing spelling words.
(5) Write the correct word to finish the sentence.
(6) Count dots on ten’s frame. Write the number and find High-Frequency Words.
Highlight special titles that are written correctly.
Color special titles in a puzzle to reveal a title.