Classmate Write the Room and More Literacy Centers

CLASSMATE WRITE THE ROOM
EDITABLE classmate name Write the Room Kindergarten literacy center
I hid 'snapshots' of my students around the classroom.
EDITABLE classmate name Write the Room Kindergarten literacy center
My students had to find all fifteen names and print them on their write the room page.
EDITABLE classmate name Write the Room Kindergarten literacy center

EDITABLE classmate name Write the Room Kindergarten literacy center

EDITABLE classmate name Write the Room Kindergarten literacy center

IPAD & IPHONE SPELLING
(Faux) iPad Word Work literacy center for Kindergarten
Students copied sight words from the Word Wall, then practiced 'texting' them on these faux iPads {here} from Mrs. Gilchrist and iPhones {here}from Dragonflies in First, which are free downloads.
(Faux) iPad Word Work literacy center for Kindergarten

RAINBOW WRITING
Rainbow Writing activities to practice letter printing and sight words- perfect as a literacy center
Students Rainbow Write the letters {trace the letters using at least four colors} then find the letters on their worksheet.
Rainbow Writing activities to practice letter printing and sight words- perfect as a literacy center
HANDWRITING BOOKS
Kindergarten center rotation tips and signs for center rotation board for grade K-1
Find the pack of 90+ signs here

5 comments

  1. I love the Classmate Write The Room! What a great idea. I have never understood why being able to read friends' names was ever taken off of our reading skills. (where I teach, anyway) I think it's so important. It's environmental print for the kids! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I love the classroom write the room idea. I usually use their pictures in photo albums with their name or sight words that students practice copying. I will have to try your idea though, endless possibilities for yours. You could even add math facts under them for math write the room.
    Question: For the Rainbow Writing, how are the letter cards set up? Are they already cut and mixed in a container or do the kids have to cut them?

    Thanks for the great ideas!
    Kinders on the Block

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  3. Hi Desiree, I pre-cut the letters and have them in a container to save time. They are in a bin along with the full-sized page sheets of letters to search for. I put a full-class amount in the container and they get what they need. Hope this helps!

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  4. Hi Anita - I LOVE any and ALL Write the Room activities. I especially like your Classmate Write the Room. Is the frame for the student pictures available in a packet? Also, what font did you use for the names?
    Thanks,
    Pearl

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  5. Hi Pearl, I used the font Century Gothic to make the names. The recording sheet is a free download, but the frames are not included as they are purchased clipart. If you're looking for more Write the Room activities, I have a pack that will keep your kiddos busy ALL year! Check it out here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Write-the-Room-Packs-for-All-Year-Long-791255

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