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Lucky dip with keywords / high frequency words. The children have a list of words each that they have to find in the shredded paper. Literacy skills / games, kindergarten, grade 1

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Spelling #2- This is a fun way to get students to practice their spelling while still playing a game. Put the students into small groups. Provide the dice that they roll.

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Set up a "homework options" chart. Maybe put a weekday at the top of each column, allow them to choose from that column. Staple to the top of all completed hw on Friday, with their choice for each night colored in/signed.

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Five For Friday Wrap-Up!

Five For Friday Wrap-Up!

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Spelling Activities: Graffiti Wall Spelling Printable

Spelling Activities: Free Graffiti Wall Spellingt Printable for use with any weekly spelling list. Great for homework or in class revision.

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Snowflake Bentley Family Dinner Book Club

Toss and Answer Muffin Tins: Just put some words in a muffin tin and have the child toss a ball or bean bag into the tray, and then read that word.

Muffin Tin Reading Games - Growing Book by Book

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Sight Words & Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe FREEBIE

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