This exciting 9-page vocabulary resource pack targets CCSS RF 4.3: Use spelling patterns and generalizations (e.g., word families, position-based spellings, syllable patterns, ending rules, meaningful word parts) in writing words. You can also use this as a homework assignment/ supplement to your reading intervention program for your ELL and/or special needs students!
Students will learn spelling patterns as they unscramble the vocabulary words. They will write the correct spelling of each scrambled word in the shaded boxes. Then finally, they will write a letter from each numbered box to answer the riddle!
As a supplementary resource, there are suggested interventions for a student who fails to form letters correctly when printing or writing.
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Prompts for RACE Strategy:
LINCOLN Quotes Writing Practice: RACE Strategy
WASHINGTON Quotes Writing Practice: RACE Strategy
MLK Quotes Writing Practice: RACE Strategy
MLK Memorial Practice Writing RACE Strategy
Lincoln Memorial: Practice Writing RACE Strategy
Washington Monument: Practice Writing RACE Strategy
Statue of Liberty: Practice Writing RACE Strategy
OTHER MULTI-LEVELED COMPLEX TEXTS:
Tiered Activity: MARK TWAIN Constructed Response Practice & Word Work
Tiered Activity: GEORGE ORWELL Constructed Response Practice & Word Work
Tiered Activity: JAMES JOYCE Constructed Response Practice & Word Work
Tiered Activity: KURT VONNEGUT Constructed Response Practice & Word Work
SPED Leveled Complex Text: Why Do We Celebrate MLK Day?
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