Spelling #2-  This is a fun way to get students to practice their spelling while still playing a game. Put the students into small groups. Provide the dice that they roll.

Spelling Pin Rollin' Rainbow Spelling - A Spelling Activity - Layers of Learning. This is a good way to make spelling fun for those students who get tired of the same monotonous ritual.

Whether you’re in need of ready to go literacy centers, word work stations, fun spelling practice or homeschool activities, this pack has you covered. These 28 word work activities require almost no prep and, as a huge bonus, they’re editable so you can use it with any word list under the sun: sight words, word families, themed words, …

Editable Word Work Activities

Students would write their words in white crayon then they could choose a colored marker and color over their word and see it magically appear. I think this would be fun for the younger grades because they would enjoy seeing the word magically appear.

Spelling/Sight Word Practice: This is such a good idea for students to use to communicate and spell sight words. No erasing, no messiness!

I really like 2 of these.the paint writing one and the colored sand in a pencil box! By Live, Love, Laugh and Teach!: Spelling/Sight Word Practice Part 3 (sensory ideas to learn spelling).

Spelling Packet: Bits of First Grade...Brigid's Daily Lesson Log

Spelling Packet: Bits of First Grade.Brigid's Daily Lesson Log, or could be used for high frequency word practice

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spelling-Practice-in-a-Snap-Through-the-Seasons-3046890 Need to spice up your word work stations and/or spelling practice during the holidays?

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spelling-Practice-in-a-Snap-Through-the-Seasons-3046890 Need to spice up your word work stations and/or spelling practice during the holidays?

Spell the Beans Word Work Game: this could be fun to see how many words they can create during the station

Spell the Beans Word Work Game: practice weekly spelling words, sight words, holiday or theme words. This could be fun to see how many words they can create during a station/center.

Silly Sounds Spelling!  EDITABLE so you can use your own words.  The kids LOVE this!

Spelling Computer Center - Silly Sounds Spelling

have students develop reading/writing literacy while working on digital fluency (Silly Sounds Spelling! EDITABLE so you can use your own words.

Practice Printing Bags- Fill baggie with paint and seal with tape

Practice Printing Bags

Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc. so many ways! --I like the addition of the qtip as the writing tool for fine motor practice!

Word work tic-tac-toe freebie and more ideas for creative, cheap, and easy word work and writing centers (great for daily 5)

Word Work and Writing Centers: Easy, Cheap, and Engaging

I do not believe that giving students a list of words and telling them to memorize it for a test is super effective.  I think this spelling activity would encourage students to make relationship to the words, while reinforcing some vocabulary as well.

Giving students a list of words and telling them to memorize it for a test is not super effective. This spelling activity would encourage students to make relationship to the words, while reinforcing some vocabulary as well.

Say It, Make It, Write It Free Printable Mats - How to Use Them Six Different Ways. Find out how to use this one free printable resource in your classroom 6 ways! Perfect for literacy centers, literacy work stations, sight word practice or even your maths

Say It, Make It, Write It Mats - How to Use Them Six Different Ways

Spelling Word Roll - Word Work / Word Study Center - Fundations Activity - Word Practice - Reading Rotation Center - Independent Spelling Practice using Dice - Spelling Fun - 3 Types of sentences - Language Arts

Spelling Word Roll - Word Work / Word Study Center

Students complete different activities with each spelling word according to the number on the dice they rolled. Second- or third-grade students could do this with individual grouping.

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