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Old 07-10-2009, 06:23 AM
 
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Hi,
I am working to restructure and reorganize my word work for next year. I wanted to personally say THANK YOU to Mrs. Croak and Mrs. Maiolo for giving me wonderful ideas for my word work. Their ideas and websites were my inspiration for the following direction sheets. I plan to buy the plastic drawers/compartments and organize my word work activities just like Mrs. Croak. What a great idea!! I can't wait to get this done!

Here are some of my word work directions that I started typing up. I'm not finished yet. I will add to these later and post more. Thanks again to Mrs. Maiolo and Mrs. Croak for the awesome ideas and inspiration!!! Feel free to use these or adapt for your own classroom.


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You are such an inspiration
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I was trying to wrap my brain around this and now I see. I really love the word ladders one. I bought the book for 1st grade and have been struggling with how to use it. Now I know. THANK YOU beachbumteach!
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Great word work ideas
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Thank you for sharing your word work sheets! I am revamping word work this summer too! These will help! Thanks again!
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Old 07-10-2009, 06:57 AM
 
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Where did you get your alphabet stamps?
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Awesome!
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Thanks so much for sharing! Also, I wanted to let you all know that Hobby Lobby has the storage drawers with tops on them on sale this week. I think they are $4.99, and they are usually around $9.00. I'm just going to stack them up somewhere, and the kiddos can take them back to their desks when they need them.


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Old 07-10-2009, 07:09 AM
 
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The picture of the stamps are not the ones I used. I can't remember where I bought them, but I know almost any teacher resource or school supply store carries letter stamps. I personally like the ones pictured better! Wish I could find them!
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Me too. That's why I asked. :-) I've not seen any like that.
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If you are looking for the small stamps-they can be found in the dollar spot at Target and Michaels. I have not seen them at Michaels recently but I bought more at Target last night. The larger ones can be found in any teacher store.
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Old 07-10-2009, 07:22 AM
 
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has the stamps in the picture for 5.99.
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Old 07-10-2009, 07:37 AM
 
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Does Mrs. Maiolo have a website? I have seen Mrs. Croak's and have set up my word work similar to hers. I would love to see some of Mrs. Maiolo's suggestions.
P.S. I found the containers with compartments for the storage of letters at Hobby Lobby. They were in the craft section-actually bead storage containers. regularly $2.39 on sale for 30% off! I bought 3 for magnetic letters and 3 for making words letter cards.


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Old 07-10-2009, 07:45 AM
 
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I just bought 4 sets of alphabet stamps at Target in the dollar section. There were stamp pads as well!!! I was so excited. Thanks for these directions they rock!
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Thanks so much for sharing! Any suggestions for how or where I could get ideas for developing something like this for grade six? In the past I've done a lot of word sorts, I imagine that could cover one drawer. Other ideas?

Thanks so much to everyone for sharing....I'm hooked on this site!
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susan,

i did word work with my 5th graders and they loved it.

we did:
Rainbow Words
Bottle Cap Words
Alphabet Stampers (this wasn't as popular, but some did it)
Mystery Words (i used making words to create envelopes of these)
letter cards (ala ms. meacham's printable letter cards)
play doh words (the most popular with my "tough guy" 5th graders)
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Thank you
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I am a visual person....just wondering if you could explain rainbow words, mystery words (from Making Big Words?), etc . more thoroughly. It's taken me a year to get the gumption to try Daily 5/Cafe, as I really need to be familiar with it first. Also, do you change your words weekly depending on your shared reading, or do you use weekly spelling lists from say R.Sitton?

Thanks!
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Old 07-10-2009, 08:16 AM
 
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Mrs. Mailo has a website. It is http://www.maiolo.org/2nd_Grade/Welcome.html
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Word Work
Old 07-10-2009, 08:53 AM
 
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Thank you for these wonderful word work sheets! This was always my weakness in Daily5.....Thank you! Thank you!
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OK, so I must just be slow with the bottle cap words. I am guessing that you use bottlecaps, but.... from there I'm lost!

Thanks!
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Thanks for all your work. I also teach 2nd grade so they relate really well!
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Old 07-10-2009, 10:39 AM
 
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Thanks everyone! I'm feeling so inspired.

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Old 07-10-2009, 11:23 AM
 
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Wow! What an excellent resource! This website has really got me thinking on how to implement the Daily 5 this year.
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Old 07-10-2009, 05:20 PM
 
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I was inspired as well to purchase the drawers. Your attachments are awesome!!! I am also going to include white boards with colored dryerase pens in one of the drawers as well for practice with vocab. and their spelling words. WOW!! You guys are so amazing!!!
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Thanks again for sharing your hard work. Creating word work activities was on my to do list this summer. Last year I didn't have all that much activities for word work. I noticed that your direction sheets reference using spelling words. I have been told by our principal that she doesn't want us to base our word work time based on the weekly spelling words. Last year I did a lot with the word ladders. Does anyone have any other ideas I could do that wouldn't involve practicing spelling words all the time. Thanks
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Bottle Caps
Old 07-10-2009, 05:41 PM
 
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Yes, off of milk jugs or H2O bottles.......You print a letter on each bottle cap to make words.....I use red caps for vowels......The children use the bottle caps to make their words.
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Thank you for the word work ideas and directions! I loved the idea of using hot glue to adhere the directions to the bottom of the drawer. One thing that I can add is that my students loved using popcorn kernels, noodles and sand trays for word work last year. Thanks again! You are soooo organized!
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Weekly word list
Old 07-11-2009, 02:49 PM
 
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Hi,

Our weekly word list consists of spelling words, high frequency words, and vocabulary words. I think I referenced it as spelling words, but they are all on the weekly list. Just wanted to clear that up.
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Thank you very much! What a giving and thoughtful person you are beachbumteach! And I love your name AND your picture!
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Thank you, thank you thank you. I was just getting ready to work on this and WOLA, you have already created exactly what I would have, but better. THANKS FOR SHARING!!
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Looking for MORE WW Ideas
Old 07-13-2009, 07:52 AM
 
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Hi,
I'm glad you all find the word work direction sheets helpful. I'm looking for a few more ideas. Let me know and I will add to these sheets. Thank you!!
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Old 07-13-2009, 11:33 AM
 
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Beachbumteach, I downloaded a game from the first grade yahoo group and it would be great for word work. Students use random selections of 25 letters to from as many words as they can. They earn points for the words they can form by putting together consecutive letters. THey earn 1 point for 3 letter words, 2 points for 4 letter words, and so on.

You can make a random 5 by 5 grid on Monday and then check on Friday. Maybe the person with the most points can make the chart for the next week.

Students can record their answers in their word work notebook if you use one.

I really liked this idea, and after some whole group modeling, I am going to put it in my word work station. It automatically differentiates itself and lets students use what they know to come up with words.

I hope this helps you. I loved all of your other ideas.
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Boggle word work game
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This is great! I actually saw this on Mrs. Maiolo's website and I found the games she uses at orientaltrading.com. They are really cheap and I plan to purchase these. I think they are a dozen of games for like $8.00 or so. They are really cheap! The kids will love to work with these. I will create a directions sheet for this game. Thanks!!
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Thanks for the tip!
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I am going to get some games too! Thanks for creating directions!
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Can you send me a link for the Boggle games at Oriental Trading? I searched for them time and time again over the past few weeks everywhere online and at OT and could not find them. TIA

Also, just curious- does your school use the Reading Street program? I saw your "spelling" word post and it appears you might.
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I wonder if they just added them to their site, because I couldn't find them before. Here is the link for anyone interested:
http://www.orientaltrading.com/ui/br...d=Letter+Games

And I just put in an order at OT yesterday, UGHHH!
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Here is the link.

http://www.orientaltrading.com/ui/br...d=Letter+Games
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Hi,
That is the link from oriental trading. I read the reviews on these and they don't seem to hold up very well. Mrs. Maiola uses these in her room. I wonder what she thinks about them....
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I was thinking the same thing. I had read the reviews about them and was wondering if I could figure out a way to contact Mrs. Maiolo to talk to her directly. They had Boggle at Target last week (I think the travel version or something) but then it was the one that you could take apart and take the cubes out....and they were like about 8 bucks each.
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Old 07-15-2009, 01:19 PM
 
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I asked the same thing yesterday on the second grade teacher's club. I did get a response from Mrs. Maiolo. This is her reply:

Yes, I got mine at OT. They are not *great* but they work. They are very small - not like a real boggle game. And the letters are all capital. Hope this helps you make your decision!

Also from that reply others suggested trying garage/yard sales for them. Another poster said once the kids started playing boggle with one set parents sent their boggle games from home that were being unused at home.

Just some ideas.
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My ears are burning

The OT ones are ok, but not ideal. You get a lot for the price though!
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I love the word work ideas. I will have to use it. Thanks so much for sharing.
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I am loving all of the suggestions especially from beachbum... Thanks for your contribution!!

I was thinking of other activities too...

Sorting in notebook after making in play-doh, stamps, etc. Instead of just writing them down.
ie/ei oi/oy
or they can make up their own sorts that they think of
That kind of thing..

I am going to use vocab words in in Word Work also. My kiddos are tested on their meanings on Fridays. I use a game called Pyramid Pile-up. Basically it is a pyramid broken up into pieces, with point values at the bottom of each piece. Starting at bottom left and going to the right and up-100, 200, 300, 400... (I don't have a copy of it on the computer) But anyways, I put it in a page protector and the kids write on them with expo markers. In pairs, one student writes the vocab words in a random order on the pyramid. The other student's back is to them as they do this. When they are done writing, they set the timer for 1 minute. The student who wrote gives clues about each word's meaning (just like $25,000 Pyramid). The ones they get correct in the time are added up and recorded. I hope this makes sense!!!

Well, there's my 2 cents!!
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Old 07-18-2009, 05:58 AM
 
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I went and bought a set of the white Sterilite craft drawers ( posted on another thread) yesterday. They are perfect. They slide right out like a briefcase. Now that I have that and all of these great ideas, I can't wait for Word Work this year.

Here is a picture of the drawers if you didn't see them....
http://www.target.com/Sterilite-7-Dr.../dp/B000MQ62IG
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Old 07-18-2009, 05:16 PM
 
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I have added a few pages to beachbumteach's word work directions. Thanks beachbumteach for the great start. You made it very easy to add to. Enjoy!
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Word work direction sheets
Old 07-24-2009, 07:23 AM
 
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I'm glad these direction sheets can be useful. I'm working on putting my favorite WW activities all on ONE sheet, front/back. I'll post when I'm done!
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Thanks beachbumteach
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I can't tell you how much I appreciate all that you have shared with your fellow teachers. You are so generous ! Thanks for all you do for us!
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Addendum-Secret Agent Word Work page
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I have added a few pages to beachbumteach's word work directions.
I guess mine will be "an added twist to the additions"

As I looked over the Secret Agent Page I realized I had a ready made 'letters/numbers' table that I could copy and paste onto the page. For those who might want the entire activity on one page and not on the back of the page, I'm posting the revision with the 'code table' on the same page.

**By the way, for those who are going to keep the second page (two column letter-number codes), as I was looking over the code I realized that there is a little teeny mistake in the second column. The number 15 was inadvertently omitted. This will throw off the rest of the numbering system so those who will use it will want to make that correction so each letter-number matches up correctly all the way through.

ETA: Also, the letter Y was mistakenly skipped, too


It will be good to have all of these pages ready to go for the start of the school year! Thanks to all who worked on materials for this thread!
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Introducing Working with Words next week. Your instructions will be helpful. Also, I just watched the video of Joan introducing her word work activities on the sisters website. If you haven't watched it, I urge others to do so. She made a point of saying that it isn't necessary
to constantly put new mataerials into the word work area. If you do the kids will come to expect it and view the materials as being more imortant than the word work activity of learning "heart" words. (knowing the words by heart on the word wall). Remember these are tools not toys!
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