Spelling Bingo Homework for December ~ Editable PDF ~ Word Work Station or Homework
Fun ways your students can make choices about how to practice their spelling list at home or in your Word Work station.
So easy to differentiate by allowing your students a choice! You can differentiate further by customizing the PDF to suit your students' needs.
To use as HOMEWORK:
*Each Monday, hand out a Bingo sheet with the week's spelling list.
*Students choose four activities to complete at home, while making a four-in-a-row Bingo!
*Students staple all their work to the bingo paper and turn it in on Friday, all ready for the test!
To use in your WORD WORK STATION:
*Simply make copies for the month and add a few to the station each week, refilling when needed.
*Students complete an activity or two at each rotation, making BINGO by the end of the week.
You can use the bingo sheet as is, or customize it to make it more relevant to your classroom. The product has an editable page in the PDF, so you can easily type in your own choices.
The student work page is black and white to allow for freedom of expression; you know they are going to color it anyway!
You will also like:
Spelling Bingo BUNDLE for the entire 2nd Semester
Or for each month individually:
Spelling Bingo for November
Spelling Bingo for January
Spelling Bingo for February
Spelling Bingo for March
Spelling Bingo for April
Spelling Bingo for May
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