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Basketball: Similar to BANG, Write some of the study words on pieces of paper and fold them in half. Divide into two team, students from each team take a turns picking a card, they must read the word to the other team to spell. If the team spells the word correctly, they get to keeps their card and students take a shot at the trashcan/box/etc. They gain a point for each word spelled correctly and an additional point if they get the shot. Alternate back and forth between teams while rotating students.
Ball toss: Have all students sit in a circle. Use a soft ball and toss it to one Student, then that student must spell a given word. If they spell correctly then the student then throws to another student and who is asked to spell a new word. If the student you threw to misspells the word, then he/she is out. And the game keeps going until you have one winner.
Last Letter, First Letter: Teacher starts by saying a word, then the students must make a word that starts with the last letter of the word that the teacher said (e.g. bat — tall — love — eat — etc.).
Make Words Game: Write a few random letters on the board. Have the Students work in pairs/small groups to make up as many words from the letters as possible (e.g. letters: g, h, a, t, p, e, c. Possible words: cat, peg, tea, hat, get, etc.). The team with the most words is the winner.
Make Your Own Sentence: In this cool activity students use the letters in vocabulary words to create sentences. Example: GLOVE – Great Learners Overcome Vocabulary Exercises. It is a great way to memorize the spelling of difficult words.
Word Jar: When new words from the word list are introduced, write them on a slip of paper and add to Word Jar. Start the lesson with choosing 5 students to pick a word from the jar. One students at a time reads their word, class chants the spelling.
Stories from vocabulary: Get each student to write a word from the study list on the board. In groups they then have ten minutes to write a coherent story using all the words correctly. The stories can then be displayed for the other groups to read and decide which is the best.
Speed Spelling (submitted by PCV Katelyn Martens)
Speed Spelling.pdf And check out Katelyn’s blog site post that includes videos of the game. Speed Spelling Post