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use graph paper to help kids work on visual motor integration skills and legibility through improved line awareness, letter formation, size awareness, spatial awareness, and handwriting neatness.

use graph paper to help kids work on visual motor integration skills and legibility through improved line awareness, letter formation, size awareness, spatial awareness, and handwriting neatness.

Here’s an easy way for students to practice their spelling words. Have them draw a big scribble on their page – remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using coloured pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.

Word Work - Spelling Scribble: Have students draw a big scribble then use a colored pencil to practice writing each spelling word to fill the spaces inside the scribble.

writing prompt

Writing Prompt - You’re a nurse doing the daily checks for a coma patient of nearly 10 years. Suddenly she grabs your arm, fully alert, and tells you to listen, quick, she doesn’t have much time.

One day, you wake up as a human lie detector who is able to accurately tell when someone is lying. Your ability tells you that everything your best friend says, including their name, is a lie.

(Open Rp) One day, you wake up as a human lie detector who is able to accurately tell when someone is lying. Your ability tells you that everything your best friend says, including their name, is a lie.

One day, you come into work and find a cookie mysteriously placed on your desk. Grateful to whoever left this anonymous cookie, you eat it. The next morning, you come in and find another cookie. This continues for months until one day, a different object is left and this time, there's a note.

I've been slowly poisoning you for months. The only antidote is with me. Pick up a package at -- towmorrow.

I Am What I Teach: Classroom Games

You've heard of the spelling game Boggle, but what about 'Noggle'? This game builds numeracy and critical thinking skills.