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1. Choose seven Word Wall words.
2. Write the words in your journal.
3. Then write the words in alphabetical
(ABC) order.
1. Pick 12 letter tiles. Write the letters
in your journal.
2. Make as many words as you can
with the letters you picked.
You may want to check your spelling
with a Dictionary.
Write TWO Telling sentences (Statements).,
TWO asking sentences (Questions)?,
And TWO Exclamations!
Use words from the Word Wall.
Box the words that you use.
1. Make compound words with the
compound word cards. Make as many
compound words as you can!
2. NEATLY write the compound words
in your journal.
1. Pick ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write each sight word three times in
your journal.
1. Write one word for each letter of the
alphabet.
2. Write your words in order.
3. Trace over the vowels in blue and
trace the consonants in red.
*Example: Alligator, Bear, Cat, Dog,
Elephant (You may NOT use these examples!!)
1. Make a list of nouns. List as many as
you can. You may hunt in books.
1. Make a list of nouns. List as many as
you can. You may hunt in books.
2. Use the color code to underline each
word with a crayon.
2. Use the color code to underline each
word with a crayon.
Thing = Green
Place = Blue
Person = Red
Common Noun = Red (ball, girl, store…)
Proper Noun = Blue (Sam, Target…)
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
1. Draw five sight word flashcards.
2. Write your sight words in pencil.
2. Add up each sight word.
3. Trace over each sight word THREE
times with crayon. Use a different color
each time you trace. Have fun!
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write each sight word in lowercase
letters. Write them a second time in all
capital letters.
Example: this THIS
*Consonants are worth 10¢. *Vowels are worth 5¢.
*Examplessaid- 10 + 5 + 5 + 10 = 30
there- 10 + 10 + 5 + 10 + 5 = 40
1. Draw five sight word flashcards.
2. Pyramid write each sight word.
*Example- this
t
th
thi
this
1. Make a list of verbs. List as many as
you can. You may hunt in books.
2. Use the color code to underline each
word with a crayon.
Red
Blue
-
Body actions
Brain and Heart actions
1. Draw five sight word flashcards.
2. Write each sight word one time
normally. Then write it in squiggly
letters.
3. Write the sight word one more time
normally.
1. Draw seven sight word flashcards.
2. Write each word across and down,
sharing the beginning letter.
*Examples- w h e n
h
e
n
four
o
u
r
1. Make a list of adjectives. List as many
as you can. You may hunt in books.
2. Use the color code to underline each word
with a crayon.
Blue-Seeing
Red-Tasting
Purple -Touching
Orange-Hearing
Green -Smelling
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
1. Write five sentences using words from
the Word Wall.
2. You must use a classmate’s name in
each sentence!
Be sure to spell the names correctly!
2. Write each word on word shape paper.
Use two boxes for “tall” letters like b and t
and “fall” letters like g and y.
Use one box for “small” letters like a and e.
Then outline the shape of each word with a pencil
color.
1. Draw six contraction cards.
2. Write the contraction and then the words
that make up the contraction.
*Example-
I’m = I am
3. Check your work. Correct mistakes.
1. Draw five sight word flashcards.
2. Write the words in
dots.
3. Then connect the dots by tracing
over them with a colored pencil.
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write each word three times.
First, write each word in pencil.
Second write each word in crayon.
Third, write each word in marker.
You MUST write neatly!
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write each word forwards and then
backwards.
Example-
when
nehw
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write each word in your journal.
3. Write down another word that rhymes with
each sight word.
1. Write a letter to someone in the class.
2. You must use five Word Wall words in
your letter.
3. Be sure to underline the words as you use
them.
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Number the alphabet from 1-26.
(a=1, b=2, c=3, d=4, etc.)
3. Convert your words to a number code.
4. Write the actual sight word next to the
“code” word.
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write your words in your journal.
3. Write each letter using a different colored
pencil!
*Example-
colorful
1. Draw ten sight word flashcards.
2. Write each word in your journal.
3. Write two words that can be made from the
letters in each sight word.
Example:
slide – side, lid