Making words folder

Organize your words with a creative folder. Find inspiration and tips for making a personalized words folder that suits your needs. Start organizing your vocabulary today!
Love making word activities with reading groups! Phonics Activities, English, Daily 5, Phonics Reading Activities, Early Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Phonics Reading, Early Literacy, Reading Intervention

Last year, I told you guys about the hard decision I made to leave my teaching position and take a leave of absence. You can read about that {here}. One thing that experience taught me was that sometimes you really do have to close one door for a better door to open. My leave of absence gave me the opportunity to take a part-time intervention position at the same school my sweet friend, Courtney from Teaching in Paradise, works. Let me tell you, I love the hours. Part-time is perfect for…

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Extra Special Teaching
Making Words Folder.  Great idea! English, Literacy Centres, Classroom Ideas, Daily 5, Writing Center, Literacy Stations, Literacy Centers, Work Folders, Guided Reading Kindergarten

As teachers {esp. k-3} we know how important "Making Words" activities are for our students. The manipulation of the letters and exploration of letter sounds and patterns are skills that all students need {and enjoy}. Which brings me to my next point...... My school is doing a huge "paper cut down" this next year and so we've been brainstorming ideas on how to save paper. Making words takes a new page of paper each time you do it! This folder cuts down on a lot of paper and is easy to make…

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Nancy Stevenson
Making words folder.  Great idea.  Would save a ton of time handing out and cleaning up.

Finally, a Language Arts post from me, Kerri! My dear friend Kim from my old school has the coolest file folders with sticky notes on the i...

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Mazie Holt
First Grade Fresh: Read to Self and Classroom Re-do... Nice, Daily 5, Teaching, Reading, Making Words Folder, Word Work Activities, Phonics Instruction, Teaching Phonics, Word Study

I'm pretty excited that our Read to Self is now in full swing. My kids started Read to Self last Wednesday and they are already up to reading for 12 minutes. Yeah I said 12… surprisingly these littles aren't having as hard of a time during Read to Self as I expected. I cannot explain it, since they are an "active" class… yet I am GRATEFUL! We really discussed picking Just Right books before we started our RTS, which I am hoping my students really grasp this concept soon! Our books are housed…

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Ms M.drew
Pre K, Play, English, Daily 5, Making Words Folder, Teaching Tools, First Grade Reading, Decoding, Reading Centers

Well, that's one heck of a title, huh? Since school started, the blogging has obviously dropped! Just too much to do and not enough time. That's why I'm loving October's Currently from Oh' Boy 4th Grade. She's gotten me motivated to make a post! So I'm super excited about the changes in my body since I started going to boot camp in July. It's a GOOD problem that I need new clothes. It's not good that I feel kinda dumpy and like I have a saggy rear end all day. I think a shopping trip needs…

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Emily Norman
How to Make Personal Word Wall Folders — The Chalkboard Chatterbox Sight Words, Personal Word Wall Folder, Word Wall Template, Personal Word Wall, Word Wall, Writing Groups, Writing Workshop, Chalkboard, Sight Words List

Using personal word walls is a great way to engage students during writing time. Follow these steps to learn how to make personal word wall folders that you can differentiate for your students. Your students will love getting to use the names of important people and places in their writing.

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