You can use that neat looking paper with lines on it. Now where to begin helping your child learn to write his or her name?
Write the Room I'm back! We got back the other day from a great week-long trip with the kids to Jamaica. I wanted to post earlier but I was trying to catch up with laundry, getting everyone back into routines and cooking it was so nice going up to the buffet each day and just choosing something to eat!
I had wonderful guest bloggers in for me last week so if you missed their post, be sure to go back and read them.
I have just over 2 weeks left of summer vacation. I'm hoping to pop into my classroom later on this week to attempt to get it ready. I'm just hoping it's going to be cleaned by then! I have had a lot of e-mails about how I do write the room and why it's different from how others may do it.
Well, first, I've tried the "typical" write the room They did everything with those clipboards but write! This center was so unstructured that I knew it was time to do something about it! Here's my way of doing a Write the Room center. The first thing I do is "hide" the picture word cards around my room.
I like to introduce theme words to my students every few weeks and we use these words for our Write the Room activity.
For instance, my Back to School Write the Room words include "bus" and "pencil", words that we will use and talk about in our classroom.
My kids think it's so much fun that they have to search all around for the words don't get me wrong, I hide them, but not in places even I would never guess.
I'm talking about taping the word cards to the side of a shelf, bottom of the blackboard, on the wall next to the washroom, etc. The students still get a clip board and pencil tip: Instead of a blank paper with little to no direction, students are asked to complete various worksheets which I change every week.
I always include a variety of worksheets so that I can meet the various needs of my students and show how differentiated instruction is used in my class. There are time that I use this center with the whole class too. I have a student choose a word and we come up with a sentence together. This is a great way to introduce your journal writing topic also.
I have these resources available in my TpT store. Here's a preview of the Back to School Write the Room center. I have had some teachers leave me feedback on these products at my TpT store and tell me that they print an extra set of the picture word cards and leave them at the Writing Center for students to use.
Hop on over to Mrs. Wills' Kindergarten today to see her post on her Centers for the Week and how she uses my Write the Room Complete Set in her classroom.Aug 19, · I have had a lot of e-mails about how I do write the room and why it's different from how others may do it.
Well, first, I've tried the "typical" write the room. the students get a clipboard, blank paper, pencil and are asked to "write" any words they know/see around the tranceformingnlp.com: Mrs. Albanese's Kindergarten Class. Write Around the Room: Write Around the Room is just that–giving kiddos the task of writing the words that they see in any room.
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Write the topic in the center of the paper and draw a circle around it. Say your topic is "Romeo & Juliet" or "The Civil War". Write the phrase on your paper and circle tranceformingnlp.com: K. Here are 2 cute write around the room freebies. Students will walk around finding and writing words to fit in the categories For more engaging writing activities for4/5(63).
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