The third week of school has begun and we're diving into literacy corners! I am changing the way I do corners/centers/rotations/whatever you want to call them. I'm adding more corners and I'm really excited about the way these will keep my students engaged and focused on fun, quality assignments that will support my instruction! Here's a game I made for my "word work" corner. All you need is a dice and a copy of THIS document I made!
We have talked about two word families so far: -at and -op. So I created this activity to help them practice changing out different onsets with the -at and -op rimes. The student will roll the dice, and the number they land on will determine what onset they use. They will then write it down next to the rime for #s 1-10 and see how many new words they have created! I hope this works well! Looking forward to it. OH and by the way, I have extra large foam dice which I bought years ago to cut down on the noise when they roll the dice on their desks. But I plan on incorporating THIS great idea I found on Pinterest to eliminate those boogers from tossing the dice all over the room and arguing with me that it was an "accident." Not that I'm bitter or anything ;)