Looking for another differentiated write the room activity? You’re in the right place!
Have you tried “write the room” with your learners yet? It’s a great way to get them reading, paying attention to the letters in words, and even practicing penmanship.
I like to use these with my Six when he gets home from kindergarten. I simply give him the recording sheet and a pencil. The he hunts for all the word/picture cards I’ve posted around the house.
Because he’s pretty solid on CVC words, I give him the most challenging cards. He has to find the corresponding picture on his board and unscramble the word.
He really enjoys this challenge, but you can use a simpler version if you like. Have students copy the word as written instead of unscramble the letters. You’ll find that option in the download.
You could also use level 2. That set of cards requires children to find the word cards and copy them next to their corresponding picture.
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Short Vowel Word Family Mats & Games
Students love these hands-on reading mats. Print the mats and cards in color or black and white. Watch your students read and match the words to the pictures. You’ll also get a printable worksheet and two games for each mat!