Saturday, January 7, 2012

Long E and Long U Word Sorts

Good evening! I hope that everyone is enjoying their weekend! :)  I want to welcome all my new followers! I'm so happy to have ya'll here! :)  I also want to thank you all for all your sweet comments yesterday.  I read and loved each and every single one of them. 

I've been quite the busy little bee today.  I went to Costco, which was crazy town today, did my weekly menu and ran to the grocery store.  Now my hubby is watching football and googling "shark bites" and I'm working on some things for school.  You know just a typical night in our house.  Shark bites, football and school stuff.

As I have mentioned before, my district uses the Treasures reading program.  This upcoming week is a review week/Benchmark testing week.  I wanted to my review more meaningful this week, so I've been developing lots of review activities for us to do for the first part of the week.  I'm pretty excited about it!

I just wrapped up the phonics review section and thought I'd share a freebie with you! :) Yay for freebies.  Although I am using the words from the Treasures spelling lists, these word sorts can be used with any long vowel lesson.  :)



Aren't they pretty?  My husband let me buy some pretty backgrounds and clip arts today. :)  Thanks, hun!

Click {here} to download your own copy! If you grab a copy, please leave me a comment.  :) 

Keep on loving the weekend, friends!






6 comments:

  1. Nice! Thanks for the freebie!

    Gladys
    http://teachinginhighheels.blogspot.com

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  2. Hi Lisa!! I am your newest follower and a fellow second grade teacher. I love your fabulous blog and I'm looking forward to reading more. Thank you for sharing. I love the word sort :)

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  3. Just downloaded it!! Thanks :)

    I can completely relate to your mention of buying backgrounds and clipart! It's like Christmas!

    Amanda
    Learn, Laugh, Grow

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  4. Hi,

    Check it out. wordsortwizard.com is a new site which allows teachers to create word sorts readily to share with students (online) - no printing and and cutting! Hundreds already created in a developmental spelling program! Individual student logons and student results monitoring also.

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