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What I was thinking for your game is that maybe you could play the game in small groups kids. They can take turns, syllables lesson plans and activites, and if they get stuck, they can look to their team-mates for non-verbal help. This will promote teamwork hopefullyand the other kids in the group shelly and erics loft plans be paying attention to the spelling since they may need to assist their teammate. View Item words Spelling game Posted by: Sarah My kids syllables lesson plans and activites to play this spelling game.

I made about 3x3 squares with letter of the alphabet on them, syllables lesson plans and activites. I divided the kids into groups and gave each group a set. They deal the alphabet letters to each child in the group so that they all have the same amount. Then I call out a spelling word and the kids must use the letters to spell it. The first team that gets it, raises their hands and I say first place, then second place, and so on.

The rule is, though, that no child may touch someone elses alphabet cards. Each child is in charge of their own cards and must pay attention. This keeps every child involved! We also play a game called Judge. We play this sometimes right before the test. I choose one child to be the Judge and they go outside the classroom. Jen I always use an interactive game.

I divide the class into two teams. Stand them in 2 lines. On the carpet I had already made a tic-tac-toe board out of masking tape. Then I begin to ask, verbally their words. If correct, they get to choose a square to stand in. They then hold up their X or O card, so the other team members know where to choose their next move. This game involves them, gets them moving, and holds their attention, all while reinforcing spelling words.

It also helps them interact with each other. To adapt this game when I was in a multi-age class, I didvided up the class, so that each team had an "even" amount of older and younger students. Then I just gave them words from their own lists, since each grade had its own words View Item words Spelling Game Posted by: I used a game called "Spelling Detective" You write all of the spelling words on the board and you let the students study them for one minute.

After one minute you tell them to put their heads down and you change a word, misspell it, or change the tense, whatever throws them off. You tell the students "Spelling detectives raise your heads and tell me what is wrong.

You change the word back and give the students as a whole a point. If they are wrong, YOU get the point. My group is very loud and can get out of control, so to cheer I tell them to do a silent thumbs up. If they get loud, I take one of their points. The students love this game because they are trying to View Item words Spelling game ideas Posted by: Keeli I play a Spelling game each week. My favorite game and one of the kids favorites is called Spelling Mat. I have start and finish rectangles.

Each letter of the alphabet has its own square. The kids sit around the mat and one by one they get up to spell a word. They stand on start, say the spelling word, say each letter as they step on it, then step on finish and say the word again.

They love to help each other. If they misspell the word, they have to start over again. They love it because they are out of thier seats and jumping around in the classroom. It syllables lesson plans and activites me forever to make it, but it will last a long time. My current second graders View Item words Spelling Posted by: Wanda We do many activities in my MR class of graders, syllables lesson plans and activites. Monday they get their list of words and they have to make flashcards, write their words in their agendas, and in their spelling dictionary which is in the homework folder.

This way I know that they have three sources to find their words in. Each morning they have to use two of the words in a sentence correctly. We also go over the words saying the word, spelling the word, clapping out the syllables, and spelling the word with our eyes closed.

They also have to write the words two times on a homework sheet. On Tuesdays, we fill in outlined boxes with out words. They have learned the tall letters, short letters and the letters that fall down. They have to fit the syllables lesson plans and activites in the boxes. They may also have an unscrambling activity Brooke I have thought of two ideas. The first one is rainbow spelling. We use manilla paper and place screens underneath and then the students use 5 crayons to make the words look like a rainbow, syllables lesson plans and activites.

The other idea is to have the students write each word on an index card. They will need to write each word on two index cards and when they are done they can play memory with a friend. I thought of two more ideas. You could write all of the letters of the spelling works on a piece of paper.

Stephanie An in class activity to help with spelling is a game. Write all of the words on the board. Including some words from previous weeks is good to if you think the kids can handle it, syllables lesson plans and activites. Let the kids study the words on the board for a couple of minutes, so they can realize what extra words are there and remind themselves of what the weeks words are, syllables lesson plans and activites.

Then have the kids put their heads down and erase a word. Let them put their heads up and do one of the follwing options. Have students raise their hands and pick a student to tell you the erased word and spell it to you definitions could also be given if they are required to learn those as well. Let the person that was called on erase the next word and choose the next person.

Have students write the View Item words spelling game Posted by: Donna My kids love to play the game "SParkle". All students stand up front and the teacher calls out a spelling word. The first st johns wort and blood pressure says only the first letter of the word, the second says the second letter of the word and so on until the word is spelled.

After a student knows the word has been spelled correctly, she says "SParkle" and then the next player has to sit down. Then continue with a new word. If a student makes a letter mistake, they have to sit down. The last student remaining is the winner for that round and everybody stands up and we start again.

View Item Sparkle Posted by: The kids clear off the top of their desks and then they sit on top. Syllables lesson plans and activites I pick an order of who goes first, second, third, etc.

Then, I choose a spelling word. The person going first says the first letter only. The second person says the second letter, etc. The word is "dog. If a student says the wrong letter, they must sit down. View Item words Spelling Ideas Posted by: Laurie I am not sure what grade syllables lesson plans and activites are working with but here are a few activites for 3rd grade and up.

For example say the word is "hat. You then say the next word and the next group of children completes it. For older kids I put a twist on it so that they have to be quiet and listen. If a child gets the letter wrong they have to sit down. Then the next child has to say the correct letter right where they left off. Mary This is a game I play with my students right before our spelling test.


Syllables lesson plans and activites