This Digital Word Work gives your students fun and engaging opportunities to play with words and develop strong foundational skills. There are three weeks included in this unit, and each week focuses on a different spelling pattern aligned to Benchmark Advance. The activities have students sorting words, finding the word that doesn’t belong, and solving riddles. Use during whole class lessons, small group instruction, with individual students, or as independent center activities. Digital Google Slides format.
Check out the Scope and Sequence in the preview file for spelling patterns included. The spelling patterns and words align to the Benchmark Advance curriculum (CA + National Editions), but can be used in any classroom. If you are a Benchmark Advance 2021 Edition user, the spelling patterns will be the same, while the word lists will be slightly different (hey, it can just be some extra practice!).
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Included in This Resource:
- 3 weeks of spelling practice
- A different spelling focus for each week
- 3 drag-and-drop practice activities each week
- The word sort slide asks students to sort their spelling words by spelling pattern or by number of syllables.
- The “trash it!” slide asks students to analyze the three words in each set to see which one does not follow the same spelling pattern.
- The word riddle slides (2 per week) are the most complex. Each riddle gives clues that relate to phonics, phonemic awareness, syllabication, and morphemes.
Each Digital Word Work Unit has:
- The spelling focus in the lower right corner of each slide
- Interactive drag-and-drop Google Slides
- Students can self-correct with hidden answer key
What kinds of spelling patterns are covered in the units?
- Open syllables
- Consonant -le
- Inflectional endings
- Irregular plurals
- Prefixes dis- and un-
- Suffixes -er and-or
- Hard and soft c
- Hard and soft g
- and many more!
What digital format does this come in?
This comes as interactive Google Slides. If you are a Microsoft Teams user, simply covert the file to a PowerPoint and it will be ready to use! Open the Google Slides, click File > Download as > PowerPoint and you’re all set! If you prefer a hands-on version of this type of resource, you can find that here.