Word Work is a critical part of teaching children to read. Students need repeated practice and exposure to high-frequency words and phonics patterns. The activities in this resource will keep students practicing while keeping the novelty alive. These activities can be use with ANY set of words.
I keep our Word Work activities in Sterilite containers with their week's words on Command Hooks above the containers (a color representing each of my ability groups). Typically, I place 4-5 activities out each month.
In this resource, you’ll find...
for each specific center, general Word Work labels, and Days of the Week labels
Visual Directions & Recording Pages
for – *Pyramid Words
*I'm On a Hunt
*How Much is It Worth?
) for (but not materials) –
*Read the Room
**See this resource in action in my classroom here. To see sample activities, please click on the Preview button above.**
If you have any questions or requests, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brown-Bag Teacher
***For other teaching and learning resources, check out my Phonics Sound Sorts, Primary Writing Prompts and Papers and Primary Math Centers.