Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Science Journals and Spelling...Argh! Freebie

Is it me....or do kids completely forget how to spell when they are doing science? I just spent the last hour going through old science journals looking for the most commonly misspelled words.  I feel like my 6th graders this year struggled with spelling when writing experiments and I'm looking for ways to give next year's crew a little extra support. of my summer goals was to create a small printable that can be glued into the front cover of my interactive science notebooks as a spelling reference for my students.  It can also be glued into my file folder bookmarks!

Summer Goal:  Work on a bookmark that will help my students with spelling in their science journals....CHECK!

Think this might help your students?  Go ahead and grab this document for your classroom by clicking the image below!

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Happy Teaching!

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