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Word Work activities that work for any vocabulary words. Perfect for use with Daily 5 or in literacy centers for upper elementary students. Just print, laminate, and place in your Word Work center for easy student instructions! Includes 15 activities!

Word Work for Big Kids: Vocabulary Activities

Word Work activities that work for any vocabulary words. Perfect for use with Daily 5 or in literacy centers for upper elementary students. Just print, laminate, and place in your Word Work center for easy student instructions! Includes 15 activities!

Free Daily 5 Resources – over fifteen freebies to implement The Daily 5 in your classroom!

Free Daily 5 Resources for Intermediate Grades

Free Daily 5 Resources – over fifteen freebies to implement The Daily 5 in your classroom!

KINDERGARTEN:  Free Sight Word Slap Game from File Folder Fun. FREE Follow up Sight Word of the Day Worksheets available too! http://thecraftyclassroom.com/2015/11/11/free-sight-word-printables/

KINDERGARTEN: Free Sight Word Slap Game from File Folder Fun. FREE Follow up Sight Word of the Day Worksheets available too! http://thecraftyclassroom.com/2015/11/11/free-sight-word-printables/

SIGHT WORD FLUENCY & WORD WORK! Covers Dolch Pre-Primer/Primer/1st Grade & Fry's 1st 100. This package combines both word work and fluency, so your students will not only practice one new sight word at a time by reading the word in context, they will also practice writing with the word. This cumulative package continues to review and repeat each previously taught sight word, and continue to build upon them in a logical and consequential order.$

SIGHT WORD FLUENCY & WORD WORK! Covers Dolch Pre-Primer/Primer/1st Grade & Fry's 1st 100. This package combines both word work and fluency, so your students will not only practice one new sight word at a time by reading the word in context, they will also practice writing with the word. This cumulative package continues to review and repeat each previously taught sight word, and continue to build upon them in a logical and consequential order.$

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