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I have always been a terrible speller. In part because I never learned spelling rules and in part because the English Language barely makes sense when it is written out.
On Friday my classroom teacher suggested I take on spelling for monday. I am teaching the difference between “ou” and “ow”.
To say that I am freaked out by this task is an understatement. I honestly do not know if I can do this. The only way I ever survived school was because of spell check.
Please send positive vibes tomorrow because I am going to need them in order to survive tomorrow!
Option One - Letter or number tiles: Just stick your letter or number stickers to the tiles and peel the tiles off the backing. So fast and easy!
Option Two - Word Families: Use the box cutter to cut the backing to the length of the word family.
Option Three - 100 Chart Puzzle: Cut the backing to make a 10x10 square of tiles. Turn it over and apply stickers.
Turn it again, to the backing side so you can cut it into puzzle pieces.
The possibilities are endless. I can’t wait to see how you will use them!
I would also add that using tiles for spelling tests can be very helpful for children because they are hands on.