teacher, I bet you have one.
a word wall.
on the word wall for your student’s reference for the remainder of the school year.
word detective games. They will constantly be exposed to the print and the
words will seep into their brains. While independently writing their little
brains will be capable of spelling those tricky words (they, said, want…) because
they will just remember it is a sight word and look at the word wall.
I had mounted
a copy on my students’ writing folders.
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|Editable Homework Newsletters and Folders (click picture)|
wall onto my students’ tables.
at the word work center.
|Monthly Hidden Sight Words~ Click the picture to see more info!|
Basically, mini word walls here, mini word walls there, mini word walls
What ever it is, I am thankful they are finally using their word wall to spell those tricky words. 🙂
So there you have it, if I have my way I will never take up precious wall space again for a giant word wall that no one gives any love.
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I’d love to hear any comments you have on word walls. Do you have one? Do you have any amazing strategies you have found to help your students learn those darn sight words?
Thanks for reading 🙂