The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. WORD WORK... FUN TO PRACTICE YOUR WEEKLY SPELLING WORDS :)

Have kids find letters or go on a "letter hunt" in kid magazines/ cereal boxes and cut out. Keep letters in a "Letter Box". Let kids arrange letters into words.

Centre d'écoute

CENTERS: If my listening center table on donors choose doesn't get funded I think I'll go to IKEA and make this instead. But I think I'd choose a Lak coffe table instead of the side tables so more kids could fit

Le confort!

During quiet reading time, just have the kids flip their chairs around and give them pillows to lounge on. Read to self pillows!


Filth Wizardry: DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo bricks. Several fun ideas for using Duplo and Lego bricks for language arts.

boggle! et silencieux en plus!

Literacy Station Idea: Individual boggle boards for working on words.with a key for each board!

Daily 5 Work on Words.

Boggle- This is by far the most popular in my room. I got this amazing activity from Create-Teach-Share and my kids go bananas for it. I just change the letters weekly to reflect our spelling pattern focus and they go on a word making frenzy. LOVE it!

Spelling practice  -For a "filler" center

This is a fun spelling game! Students use the first word on their spelling list and roll the die. They complete the task for the number they roll.make it more challenging for and could also uses vocabulary words-love the idea

Jeu MOV - Entraînement de la mémoire orthographique visuelle

Jeu MOV – entraînement de la mémoire orthographique visuelle et de la mémoire de travail

Vocab game: list out with numbers on board these directions, then give pairs of students dice. One student picks a vocab word, the other rolls the dice and completes the challenge.