Have you ever tried a write the room (WTR) activity with your kids? If you aren’t familiar with WTR, this free activity to practice short e words is a great way to start.
Write the room is a movement based activity that also great for learning new vocabulary. Students are given a clipboard or other writing table and a pencil and paper. They choose a piece of print from the room and write it on their paper.
Write the room (WTR) is a great activity with many benefits. Here are just a few:
- Not just another worksheet
- Handwriting Practice
- Beginning Letter Recognition
- Builds Vocabulary
- Review Activity or Assessment
Explore WTR with your homeschoolers with this short 3-word activity. The download includes 3 different levels of difficulty for you to choose for your child’s level. Not all kids will be at the same level and you can gradually help improve their knowledge using the three levels of difficulty.
Grab this free write the room activity short e words from The Measured Mom.
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