This is a great way to keep children active, engaged, and learning! Write the room is a very simple way of getting children, especially boys, to write. Simply stick some of the cards around your classroom or setting for a great independent writing activity. Provide clipboards to use with the write the room sheet attached at the end of this product and let the children “Write the Room”. This is a great resource for students to use to
strengthen their segmenting and spelling skills, develop letter/sound
correspondence knowledge, learn new vocabulary, and work on their
handwriting and fine motor skills. This is a fantastic independent center
These cards can also be used during class input sessions and as flashcards
for various games or activities.
Pictures included in this pack include:
Bag, bat, bat (baseball), can, cap, cat, dad, fan, hat, jam, mad, map, mat, pan, rat, van, yak, bed, bell, hen, jet, leg, neck, net, pen, red, ten, vet, web, wet\ dig, fin, kid, lip, mix, pig, pip/pit, rib, rip, sit, six, win, zip, box, cob, cop, cot, dog, doll, fog, fox, hop, hot, lock, log, mom/mum, mop, pop, pot, sock, bug, buzz, cup, cut, duck, gum, hug, mug, nut, rug, run, sub, sun, tub
If you are using Letters & Sounds to teach phonics, simply remove the cards which have j,v,w,x,z,zz,qu,y and use them after starting Phase 3.