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Kindergarten Spring Writing Center
Making Words Spring Writing Center
Have your kindergarten spring writing center set up in no time with Making Words. These no-prep printable worksheets and vocabulary cards are all you need for a kindergarten Spring writing center.
While you are busy working with a guided reading group, your kiddos will engaged in cutting, pasting, writing, and drawing their favorite Spring vocabulary words. Spring vocabulary words for kindergarten often include words such as bunny, rabbit, rain, umbrella, flowers, and eggs. Let’s take a closer look at this awesome Spring writing center for kindergarten.
How to Introduce a Kindergarten Spring Writing Center
First, we began our lesson by discussing the illustrated word cards that come with the kindergarten spring writing center. These Spring vocabulary words include basket, bunny, eggs, flower, butterfly, snail, umbrella, rain boots, and Earth Day. The students would tell me what they are, and give me a sentence using one or more of the words. This is also a wonderful opportunity to build early language skills. For example, the little learners begin talking and making text-to-world, and text-to-self, connections.
Cut and Paste Spring Worksheets
After introducing and discussing the Spring vocabulary words, demonstrate how to complete the Making Words activity, and set out the no-prep Spring worksheets in a writing center. To span this writing center over a few weeks, make multiple copies of 3 focus words, and allow the kiddos to choose a word from your selection. For example, during the week before Easter, I would only put out words such as bunny, basket, and eggs.
After returning from Spring Break, you can extend the lesson with the remaining Spring vocabulary words, as well as introduce Spring math centers.
Spring Writing Center
When visiting the Spring writing center, your kiddos will complete the Making Words activity in 4 easy steps – cut, paste, write, and draw!
They will begin by cutting the scrambled word tiles from the bottom of the page. Next, they build the word, assuring the letters are in the same sequence as the target word. Then, using glue sticks, they would glue the letter tiles down.
Once they glue the letter tiles down in correct order, they write the word. If writing the word is too simple, there is an easy solution to differentiate and offer a challenge. Simple, have them write a sentence using the focus vocabulary word, rather than copying the word.
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