Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Write-O

We've had lots of feedback from our "Read-O" and "Math-O" that was posted a few days ago and so I wanted to post the "Write-O" that I made a few years back! Hopefully you will find this as a great take-home activity with your kiddos. If you download it, leave us some love and let us know what you think!
Download Write-O

35 Shout-Outs:

JRoberts said...

This looks awesome, thank you so much for sharing. (I found it on pintrest! :D)

Maria said...

Thank you! This is great!

Lisa Calloway said...

Great idea... Thanks for sharing...

Anonymous said...

Thanks!

KittySwine said...

You've got some REAL cute ideas! Thanks for sharing!

Wendy said...

Just downloaded this, and plan to go do the same with the two above! I think this will be great for my 8 yo. :) Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I can not get this to download. Can you email me this file along with READO?

Thank you!!

bcook@coppellisd.com

Katie and Steve said...

bcook,

I just sent you the PDFs in an e-mail attachment. Let me know if you don't get it! :)

Katie

tammywebb@me.com said...

Love your ideas. Can you send in another format--read-o, write-o, math-o? Could not download from website. Thanks!

Lindsey said...

Love this idea! I cannot get it to download either. Can you please send the PDF file for it when you get a chance.
Thank you!
Lindsey
ellisla@hotmail.com

Jennifer said...

I am excited to use this for my kids for one of my Work on Writing activities with Daily 5. Can you please send it to me along with the reading and math games in PDF. Thank you!!!

jenn6462@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you! My son doesn't really like writing, and I am on a mission to find some new ways to increase his tolerance;) I love the ideas! Thanks again!

Kelley Hill said...

I've been looking for something like this. It's awesome! Thanks!!

Tamika Rybinski said...

This is a great idea. I am going to pin this! We live abroad and I think it would be neat for my daughter to do this. Have a great day!

Tamika
www.notimefortea.com

Anonymous said...

Call me crazy - how do you "play"?

Katie and Steve said...

It's actually something that I send home with my kids. They color in a box (or have their parents initial) when an activity is completed. Once it's filled out, either 5-in-a-row or the entire paper, they turn it in as their "Reading Web" points. Does that help?

Katie

Annie said...

This looks cute, but I'm guessing you work in a school in a high socio-economic area?? How would you modify this for a home activity if half the parents in the class probably couldn't read it all or do the parent activities?

Annie

Anonymous said...

I like this idea. I did tweak it to meet the writing needs of 4th graders. I use it as daily writing wrap-ups, when students are finished with their work, need some ideas to writing about, and or homework. I changed the words WRITE that were across the to of the page to Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Students only have a choice to write about the things under each specific day, this eliminates students from always choosing to write about the same thing, gives them more writing experiences, and keeps them from getting bored. If they have a favorite thing to write about, they need to wait until that day of the week comes each week, and hopefully they can add more experiences to their writing by then.

The Educators Spin On It said...

Just pinned onto our Writing Board, thanks for sharing! Can't wait to use it afterschool with my daughter. Would love for you to share on our After School Link Up. Here's the link http://theeducatorsspinonit.blogspot.com/2013/01/winter-fun-with-friends-after-school.html

Espurna said...

I like very much this idea, thank you for this inspiring work. I'm writing you from Barcelona happy to tell you that I allowed to translate your idea into calatan. I hope that you find it right. Thanks and good luck in all your projects.
Mònica

cmrdesigner said...

Thanks, I'm always looking for ways to get my son to practice writing. This will be a great reference.

Mrs. Schmidt said...

Hi,
I just found this blog on pintrest. I love your ideas for Write-O, Read-O, and Math-O! I unfortunately cannot seem to download them. If you would be willing to email them to me I would really appreciate it. I think they will work right in with my Daily 5 in reading and math. Thank you so much for being so generous.

schmidtc@osdco.com

Anonymous said...

HI--I really like this. Thank you for making available. I can't download it either--would you mind emailing it to me? Thanks in advance! LisaSW@mindspring.com

Lucinda said...

Love this and ReadO, but can't download either. Could you please email them to me? Thank you! lwhagler@mac.com

Anonymous said...

I am unable to download it but would love a copy please! amyfrink@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love this to motivate my just finished 2nd grade daughter to get writing this summer, not to mention my class for homework during the school year. I am having a tough time getting it to print, any suggestions?

Anonymous said...

Thank you so very much...I found this on pinterest and have modified it for my German courses. Thanks!!!!!

Sue said...

Thanks for the great idea! I see kids for OT in the schools, and many are working on their handwriting skills. I think I will adapt this to be either a dice or bingo type game, with completion of the box before covering it.

Anonymous said...

Willing to give this a try!!!! I like it already will see what my son thinks! Thank you so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Love it!

Sherri said...

I pinned this on my board. It is repinned more than anything else I have on my board. Very creative!

Cami said...

Thank you!

Namrata Sethi said...

Thanks for sharing this interesting idea. It's surely going to get the students to think and write in a fun way

Namrata Sethi said...

Thanks for sharing this interesting idea. It's surely going to get the students to think and write in a fun way

Elizabeth R said...

This is such an incredible idea - thanks for posting it!!

Elizabeth @ theruthlesscrafter.com

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