A word wall is an important part of every primary classroom. It gives students quick access to words they will read, say, and write on a daily basis.
In this resource, you will find...
*Word wall headers in two sizes (4.10’’ x 7.5’’ and 2.5’’x 4.8’’). I wanted my headers a little smaller than this smaller-size, so I printed them at 90% - an easy fix.
*100 Fry Word Cards
*Editable Word-Card template (need PowerPoint 2007 or newer to edit)
Updated on July 25, 2015 per request to include alternative versions of E and I (e = egg and i = igloo).
My word wall comfortably fits on our bulletin board. I have seen other word walls put on binder rings as a portable word wall, some word walls on ribbon, and other word walls that take an entire wall of a classroom. Choose the method that works best for your space and your learners.
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
The Brown-Bag Teacher
***For other teaching and learning resources, check out my Editable Classroom Newsletters, Word Work Centers & Visual Directions & Papers, and Math Centers & Visual Directions & Papers.