Kick the Brick

Your class won't say ICK when they see this instructional activity that focuses on -ick words! Learners read a short and silly poem containing many -ick words. They then practice reading comprehension and handwriting by tracing the answers to the three questions.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Read the poem out loud as a class or in small groups so that individuals can hear all of the -ick words
  • Use this as a homework assignment or warm-up
  • Read the poem and work on the questions in a teacher-led station
Classroom Considerations

  • In an effort to include as many -ick words as possible in the poem, the creators of this resource composed a kind of odd final stanza; however, it does introduce a couple more -ick words
Pros

  • Tracing lines are provided to support young learners as they start with writing and reading comprehension
  • The short poem includes many -ick words for kids to practice with
Cons

  • None
Common Core