Day 1: Organization of Centers and Tools for Centers
Day 2: Listening Centers
Day 3: Work on Reading
Day 4: Work on Spelling
Day 5: Work on Phonics
Day 6: Word on Vocabulary
Day 7; Work on Sight WordsDay 8: Work on Writing
Can you believe that I had this post almost finished and lost it?!? It was a HUGE post! As I had mentioned when I started all this, I am putting together a summer workshop and thought I would I think, to make it more manageable, I am going to split Work Work into 4 different areas of focus: sight words, spelling, phonics, and vocabulary. Today, let’s start with spelling. If you have any ideas or resources to add, I would really love to hear them. Please link up to the Linky Party at the bottom!
1. Online Resources
Spelling City – This is a great site where students can type in their spelling words and then test themselves or load games to play and practice. It is very motivating and the games are fun to try.
ABCYA.com also has a version that is more kid friendly.
I have been fortunate to borrow a set of 10 iPods from our local educational organization that supports districts and teacher staff development. I would love to order some for permanent use, but need to find the funding. There are a ton of amazing and free apps from spelling available through the Apple Store. Here are a few:
3. Other Tools:
Talk Spots and MP3s for Spelling Tests