Word study activities

Enhance your language learning with these engaging word study activities. Explore top ideas to build vocabulary, improve spelling, and enhance word recognition skills.
Pre K, English, Daily 5, Worksheets, Spelling Practice, Teaching Spelling, Spelling Activities, Grade Spelling, Spelling Words

Hello darlings! This post is an overview of the Word Study Program I use in third grade. Stick with me though, because you could do the same thing in your classroom, you just need some word lists. These pics will take you through the program step by step. It is a mash up of Words ... Read More about Differentiating Spelling in the Elementary Classroom

The Sparkly Holly
English, Daily 5, Spelling Games, Teaching Spelling, Spelling Menu, Spelling Activities, Grade Spelling, Spelling Words, Third Grade Reading Centers

I have always struggled with spelling, and how to engage students in meaningful activities to practice their spelling words! I have tried just about everything under the sun, from rotating through teacher-selected word work centers, to a free choice spelling menu where students try to complete different activities throughout the week. Nothing seemed to work!

Kelly Moxon
English, Daily 5, Humour, Teaching Literacy, Fun Word Work Activities, 2nd Grade Reading, Spelling Activities, Spelling Lessons, Spelling Word Activities

Word work activities for ANY words! Word work is an essential part of language learning in the primary grades. Make word work FUN while LEARNING takes place! There are seventeen different word work activities included in this pack. They can be used for absolutely ANY word learning! Perfect for literacy centers or sub plans. A must have for Kindergarten- Third Grade! #wordwork #wordworkactivities #spelling #1stgrade #2ndgrade #kindergarten

Ashley Carolyn
Mind Sparks: The Importance of Morphology: Prefixes, Suffixes and Root words Dyslexia, Ideas, English, Phonics, Prefixes And Suffixes, Reading, Prefixes, Suffix Activities, Phonics Words

Are you interested in getting your upper elementary students to spell more words correctly, understand the meaning behind more words and read more words independently? If so....then code based instruction must continue in the classroom. What is code based instruction?? This is when students are taught phonics skills in an explicit and specific sequence. Research tells us, code based instruction is the most effective way to teach students to read and spell. If a student is taught using this…

Julie Stewart