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Old 08-01-2012, 06:59 PM
 
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I am looking for a template to use to make pages for a dictionary. Each page would have common sight words and then spaces for students to write their own entries. For example, page A woud have words like and, as, at , etc. then spaces for students to write their own words. My school use to purchase small pamphlet books for students but there is no money this year. Any help woul dbe appreciated


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I know you said there was no money but have you seen these? I would think .79 would be cheaper and less time consuming that trying to make your own.

http://order.starfall.org/k/shop2/pr...IAAIJ49uA&_c=0
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some helpful websites...
Old 08-01-2012, 08:34 PM
 
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try

edhelper.com

enchanted learning.com

If those sites aren't helpful it's really easy to make that book...

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I use these
Old 08-01-2012, 08:57 PM
 
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http://www.curriculumassociates.com/...tle=qwhandbook
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Old 08-02-2012, 06:24 AM
 
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I do something a little differnt. I use Donna Whyte's My Seasonal Writing Words. I run off each month on a different color. Each child puts them in a three rpong folder. There is a spot to write words on the sheet. I also have my word wall up for them to refer too. She has a website that you can purchase this book.


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Old 08-06-2012, 05:51 PM
 
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I have a one subject notebook that my students use for writing. First I paper clip the first few pages together to save for addition table of contents entries. Then each time we discuss something new we do a word splash and add it to the log. Page 1: Family-the students add the words for the people in their family, Page 2: Classmates-list the students in our class, Page 3: Our School- list parts of the day, activities, things we do, etc. It was very exciting during the year to hear them say , "You can find that word in our learning log," during writing time. They loved it.
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I go to Staples and get plain old regular spiral notebooks when they're 10c each (sometimes I have to go back the next day because of limits). All together, we go through and label the top right 'box' in the margin Aa, Bb, Cc, etc. I teach them to skip lines in the notebooks and we put our sight words in all together for the first few weeks, then it moves to the first step of the word work center. It's also the only place I'll spell a word into--Never onto a child's paper, they have to pull out their dictionary. That way they've heard me spell it and written it twice by the time it gets to their page, plus I never have to spell it again because it's in their 'dictionary.'
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