Even though I'm on my spring break vacation, I am still thinking about school and creating activities for my students to do when we return. I am making it a point not to work every day though. I only work every other day. On opposite days, I make sure to have fun doing anything and everything that does not include school work.
So, I had a request to make flip books for the various vowel patterns. It was on my list of things to do, so I bumped it up just for her! And me! LOL!
These are flip books with a twist! My students love reading riddles and trying to solve them. So, I made vowel pattern flip books using riddles.
The children read the riddle and write the answer, making sure their answer uses the vowel pattern being reinforced.
Differentiation is very important to me (and you, I'm sure!) so I made three different versions for each vowel pattern.
My plan is to first do one of the easier versions whole group, and leave the more challenging version at a station. This way, they will be familiar with how to spell the words by themselves.