It's that time of year when all of your Word Wall words have been introduced, danced, chanted, stomped, clapped, rainbow-written, and all of those other fun and wacky things we do to get them (hopefully!) stuck forever into those sweet little heads! So, it's time to look for some new ways to review.
One of my very favorite Word Wall "variety" books is Making Your Word Wall More Interactive by Trisha Callella. It's an excellent go-to source of whole-class, small group, and individual fun ways to practice. The activities are reproducible and directions are clear and thorough. I'm sure you'll find some that you and your students will love!
My freebie for you today is a set of two partner activities for your Word Wall. For that matter, why not use them for your spelling words, word analysis skills (contractions, compouinds, etc.), or even content area vocabulary. As soon as your students have a list of your "objective" words (whether they're on the Word Wall or listed on your Smartboard), they're ready to play. Reproducible student pages in this set are in grayscale to save on your ink. Common Core standards are included. Click on the image below to go to my TPT store and get yours!
These two games are part of a set of seven games (below) also available at my TPT store. I hope you'll click and take a look!
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