A Spelling game idea called Hoopla
Elementary schoolers spell words. If they spell the word correctly, they toss a toy airplane through a Hula-Hoop which earns points for their team. If the word is not spelled correctly, they go back to the end of the line.
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- Spelling and gross motor skills are practiced with one game
- The game's concept can be reused with the week's new spelling list
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