Janette Cook
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Primary teachers love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"--and for good reason! Learn more ways to use this community-building book in your classroom to teach your students how to be bucket fillers instead of bucket dippers.

Primary teachers love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"--and for good reason! Learn more ways to use this community-building book in your classroom to teach your students how to be bucket fillers instead of bucket dippers.

Starting at the number 10, write the first word down the line until you reach blast off. Then countdown again with your next word!

Starting at the number write the first word down the line until you reach blast off. Then countdown again with your next word!

Whether you’re in need of ready to go literacy centers, word work stations, fun spelling practice or homeschool activities, this pack has you covered. These 28 word work activities require almost no prep and, as a huge bonus, they’re editable so you can use it with any word list under the sun: sight words, word families, themed words, …

Spelling 2 The students will write their spelling words in white crayon and then color over them with marker. This will get the students excited to write their words and then color of them to see them.

Write each word around a crazy shape!

28 fun, easy prep word work activities for kids! Write them around a shape, make them magically appear with marker, write them upside down. lots of fun ideas for preschool, kindergarten and first grade word work.

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Word Work - Spelling Scribble: Have students draw a big scribble then use a colored pencil to practice writing each spelling word to fill the spaces inside the scribble.