WORD WORK End-of-Year CELEBRATION


Looking for a way to wrap up your WORD WORK year?

End of the year is a great time for celebrations.

Celebrations are an important component of Progress Monitoring.  In the final days and weeks of a school year or intervention cycle we collect data to assess our students' progress.

In addition to the numbers and statistics of our Data Collection, we take this time to celebrate our students' growth.

End-of-Year WORD WORK Wrap-Up Activity - a Freebie
END YOUR WORD WORK YEAR With a FREE WORD WORK WRAP-UP
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End Your Year Word Work Activity - a FREEBIE
Word Work WRAP-UP - a FREE Decoding Activity
Wrap Up Your Year with this FREE Word Work Celebration

Students Note Their Growth

My readers take note of their progress using information they and I have recorded throughout the year or intervention cycle. We gather the list of gigantic words they can read from their student-facing Trackers, Student-Teacher Notes BookletA-Z Mini Dictionary and collected student flashcards.

 My Mini-Dictionary COLLECTING GIGANTIC WORDS A-Z




COLLECTING THE WORDS WE'VE LEARNED

Readers celebrate their new skills decoding multisyllabic words by collecting gigantic words and word parts they are now able to read with automaticity or decode independently.

GIGANTIC CELEBRATION

We add to the festive air of our last days by creating and hanging a GIGANTIC WORDS and WORD PARTS CHAIN. Each reader writes the multisyllabic words and word parts they can now read with automaticity or decode independently. The very long chain is a visual reminder of the group's success and skill.



COLORING CELEBRATION

I provide Celebrations Coloring Pages to my students to work on during down moments in our end-of-year class cleanup sessions, group parties or free-choice work time.  Readers refer to the collections of words and word parts they've learned to read during this year or intervention cycle, then write them on the coloring pages. Then color.

FREE!

Grab your FREE WORD WORK CELEBRATIONS COLORING PAGES HERE.

A GREAT WAY TO END 

Stopping to celebrate success. Noticing how far one has come.  I love to send my readers off wearing the pride they've rightfully earned.  What a great way to end our work together!



UPPER ELEMENTARY: We want you to end the year with a celebratory bang! Check out these other free ideas for your upper elementary students and let us do the planning for you!

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