How To Make Your Spelling Activities Fun With Emojis
Do you remember the Emoji movie? I never saw it, but I remember how popular emojis were. Around this time, I was making my first spelling activities as digital resources for my students. I started doing this pre-Covid when it was important to limit the amount of paper we used in our classroom. This was my solution and I thought it would be fun, but I had no idea how much fun making digital spelling activities for the classroom would be!
These are near and dear to my heart. They are the first types of digital resources that I began to offer on literacystations.com. I also found that my students never tired of using emojis for their spelling activities! It didn’t matter if it was September or May, my spelling station was always the most popular of all of my literacy stations because of these activities.
What Are The Digital Spelling Activities?
These are available for you as Seesaw activities, as Boom Cards, or on Google Slides. Your students will open the assignment and move the emoji to the correct spelling of the word.
What Skills Are Included In The Emoji Activities?
In this product, you’ll find the following spelling skills. You can click on the covers to purchase your own!
Are There Traditional Activities?
Yes! Because I always wanted a blend of traditional and digital resources, I’m including worksheets for spelling activities. Your kiddos can either color and cut out the emojis to glue onto the correct spelling of the word, or you can bust out some Bingo daubers! I used these often in my room, and boy were they popular and fun spelling games! You can get a set here! It’s an affiliate link, but you’ll get your daubers at no extra charge!
Where Can I Find These Spelling Activities?
I keep my resources on literacystations.com and that’s where you’ll find these and more practice spelling games! Literacystations.com is a place where you can grab all sorts of ideas for spelling activities. Or, read more about online spelling games here!
Speaking of Seesaw, I love using Seesaw, it’s my favorite educational platform. But teaching the seesaw skills to my students sometimes was difficult! So I made it into a game. Here, you can find my FREE Seesaw Scavenger Hunt. Use it to walk your students through the Seesaw app without creating a headache for you!
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