We hope you can use this free “write the room” activity for short o words!
A couple of weeks ago, I shared a write the room activity for short a words. It was a hit with my kindergartner, so I plan to make them for all the short vowels.
Write the Room is a pretty simple activity that doesn’t require a ton of prep. Simply print the recording sheets for your students. Then cut out and tape the cards to various places in the room.
The game comes with three different levels of cards.
Level 1 – This has pictures with the word on each card. Students simply need to match the picture on their recording sheet to the picture on the card and copy the word.
Level 2 – There are no picture cues. Instead, students have to read the words they find on the walls and match them to the pictures on their pages.
Level 3 – Students find the matching picture and then unscramble the word to spell it on their sheets.
If you have more than one level of learners, print the black and white cards (included in the download) on different colors of cardstock. Then tell students which color they need to find and use as they record their answers.
We hope you enjoy this activity! Perfect for school or home.
All our short vowel “write the room” packs:
Get your free write the room: short o words!
Phonics Games – Buddy Spelling – Level 1- CVC – Blends – Digraphs
When you purchase, you’ll receive 28 spelling games for CVC words, blends, digraphs, and more.
These are extremely helpful. Thank you1
I think I have told you this before, Anna, but it bears repeating. You are wonderful. I love your resources. You gave me the confidence to try Writer’s Workshop and it has become one of my students’ favorite times of the day. I am very grateful for having found you blog. Thanks for all you do and share.
Thank you so much, Sheri! This is so kind of you to say!
Thank-you for sharing so many valuable resources!
I love your hands on learning activities. You are so kind to share
all your great ideas.
You’re very welcome, Krista!
Thanks, you saved me a lot of time!
You’re welcome, Marelet!
I use your resources all the time in my kindergarten class! We’re busy right now learning to read and write cvc words, so this activity will be a great fit. Thank you so much for all the amazing & helpful ideas! You make my job easier and you make learning fun!!
I’m so glad you like it, Kathryn!
Thank you for all of the great resources!
You’re very welcome, Sara!
You’re welcome, Fahey!