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Word Work Repurpose that old overhead projector. Use it with some magnet letters to create a shadow word work stage!

Word Work Repurpose that old overhead projector. Use it with some magnet letters to create a shadow word work stage!

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This Christmas tree cvc word match printable activity is so fun for practicing short vowel word work with preschoolers and kindergarteners! #kindergarten #iteachk #teachersfollowteachers

Christmas Tree CVC Word Match Printable Literacy Center

This Christmas tree cvc word match printable activity is so fun for practicing short vowel word work with preschoolers and kindergarteners!

Thanks Pinterest!!! Going to use these with my 1st graders next week. Super easy and cheap to make.

Beginning of year word study work station - What's the vowel sound? Super easy and cheap to make.

Kids who like toy cars will love learning math with this simple game!

Fun Math Activity: Parking Lot Addition

Does your kid love toy cars? Use this math game to get them to learning math with their favorite toys! Material: painter's tape, sharpie (marker), and lots of toy cars via What Do We Do All Day

SMARTBoard Word Work Letter Tiles Easy to customize with your own words! Get this 5/7-5/8 while it's on sale, with code TAD13, and use it every day next year!

SMARTBoard Word Work Letter Tiles

These activities look like so much fun! Students study their spelling or vocabulary words in a fun interactive way.  These are a great addition to your word work lessons.  Included in th...

Word Work Syllables, Dictionary, Vowels, Blends and More

Students study their spelling or vocabulary words in a fun interactive way. These are a great addition to your word work lessons.

Vowel Tree- I love this idea!  Free printable - add magnetic letters and it's ready to go!

A Vowel Tree helps children develop the pre-reading skill, word blends. Move down the trunk until you’ve demonstrated all of the word blends: ra, re, ri

Students' reading levels at a glance ~ great teaching tool to help organize guided reading instruction!

For keeping track of Reading Level: Take running record of each student once a week. Each student has their own name tag with velcro on it. You move it according to what their reading level is as they progress.

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