Ways to Practice Words at Home

This Ways to Practice Words at Home printable & template also includes:

Looking for more ways to practice writing words? A list of 27 strategies will engage learners of any level. Kids can choose between writing their words in peanut butter, criss-crossing them with words that share common letters, and cheering them like a cheerleader, among others.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Copy each idea onto a calendar for vacation periods or extended homework practice
  • Allow learners to choose the ways they'd like to practice their words each week
  • Have your class come up with additional ideas for reinforcing their weekly words
  • Apply the strategies to kids who are learning to write their names
Classroom Considerations

  • Designed for students with dyslexia
Pros

  • Appeals to all intelligence types, including kinesthetic and auditory learners
  • Activities are fun and easy for both learners with special needs and mainstream classes
  • Provides an additional list of strategies (attached); both lists together could make up every week for an entire school year
Cons

  • None
Common Core