October 31, 2016

Spelling and Phonics – Interactive – QUICK PREP - FUN!



NO PREP!
Well a little, just run a few copies!

I know we try and stay away from copies and worksheets but these ideas are quick, interactive, easily differentiated and will keep your students engaged!


I do phonics daily but I always use one entire ELA block for “Spelling Workshop” it is one of my favorite times of the week. It is a perfect time to meet with my low kids and still challenge my high kids. The kids, for the most part, work quietly-stay engaged and are learning!


I am homeschooling my first grade son right now and could not find a phonics bundle that had everything that I wantedso I made one

Each phonics lesson has over 20 pages that can be used in many different ways. I have a growing bundle on TPT right now but each lesson is also sold separately.



I learned quickly when I started teaching that students enjoy using different "things/items"! 
I use different items from my room any chance I get! I train my students early on, we keep a ROUTINE, and we have fun!
Here are some things I use for my phonics and spelling block.

I use pages from my Phonics Bundlebut use what you have!

Here are some of my favorite items to use...

Bingo Stampers



Counters

Playdough

Dry-erase Pockets



Scented Markers

Stickers

Alphabet Stamps

Picture Stamps


Pocket Chart

Bright Paper

Letter Magnets

Highlighters

Scented Markers

Little Erasers

Cups

Computer

Smart Board

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11 comments:

  1. WOW!! Love your post. I can't imagine there are SO MUCH MORE methods to teach the little one. That's so fun. I especially like the pictures stamps, I've never thought about it. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. These are some really creative ideas. I especially like the use of play dough. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. These are all EXCELLENT ideas! I especially love how the kids have to hunt for the stamps to match the word and the stacking cups!!!!

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  4. This is an awesome post! Stuff I've never thought of!

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  5. No prep is my favorite. This is a great post.

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