S: Word Families by Jessica Derasaugh
BC: Made by: Jessica Derasaugh July 2012
FC: Jessica Derasaugh | Word Families
1: Made By: Jessica Derasaugh For: EDUC 3003 Dr. Sourdot 2012
2: First Step: Choose a word from this family list that you had problems with. -at -ot -an -op -ap -ob -ack -ock -it -ut -ig -ug -in -un -ick -uck
3: Choose a word from this family list if you did not have any problems with the ones on the page before. -ake as in cake -ill as in hill -ay as in day -ing as in ring -est as in nest -ink as in pink -ight as in light -ell as in bell Now, create words with the family word you chose.
4: Second Step: Gather the materials you will need for your flower: 1 Green sheet of paper 1 Yellow sheet of paper Color paper of your choice One brad Black marker Pencil Brown paper Scissors Glue
6: Third Step: Take your green sheet of paper and cut out a rectangle. | This will be the stem.
7: Fourth Step: Take your yellow sheet of paper and cut out two circles. | This will be the pollen.
8: Theses will be the petals to your flower. | Cut out at least 6 triangles (or a shape of your choice) from the paper color you chose. | Remember to recycle your trash. | Fifth Step:
9: Get one of your yellow circles. With a pencil, write the family word that you picked in the middle. | Sixth Step:
10: Seventh Steps: Gather together the stem, both pollen circles and the brad. Just below the word you wrote, poke a hole with the brad. Repeat with the second yellow circle and make sure that the circles match up.
12: Seventh Steps Continued: With the stem, take your brad and poke a hole close to the top. Fasten together the pollen circles and stem.
14: For example, if you chose -en you would write h on a petal, p on another petal and so on. | With a pencil, write the beginning letters you would need to complete the word. | Eighth Step:
15: Ninth Step: Glue the petals on the back of the second circle. | Tenth Step: Trace over the words and letters in black marker.
16: If there is time, write as many sentences as you can on the brown paper. | You can use your flower by moving the pollen around to help you spell words.