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Magnetic Poetry and More: Interactive Language Arts

How do you help your students to love words? You already have lots to do to teach students how to read, write, and speak. How about encouraging your students to get involved with words? Have students play with words using
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How do you help your students to love words? You already have lots to do to teach students how to read, write, and speak. How about encouraging your students to get involved with words? Have students play with words using interactive sites. If your students have laptops or have access to interactive whiteboards, then check out some of these websites:

Bembo’s Zoo
Building Language for Literacy
Fridge Magnet Poetry
Magnetic Poetry Tiles
Make a Word
Quiz Tree
Road Hog Spelling
Voycabulary
Visual Dictionary Online
Word Ahead
Word Magnets
Zoom Playhouse

by Barbara Bray, barbara@my-ecoach.com
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