We love seeing educators working with students and our Words Their Way Classroom program. Here are some of our favorite tweets and classroom images!

Share your students’ experiences on Twitter with us using the hashtag #WordsTheirWay and tag us @SavvasLearning.

Great work Ms. Banyai!

We love seeing you implement group work into your Wednesday lessons.

Shout out to Mrs. Grieco!

Great work teaching phonics, spelling, and vocabulary.

https://twitter.com/MsGrieco/status/1441150678001336327?s=20

Try out a Words Their Way Classroom lesson from each spelling stage.

Awesome job Mrs. J!

We love seeing how you are engaging your students using a writing sort.

Did you know the new Words Their Way Classroom program offers digital sorts as well as hands-on activities?

Nice work Ms. O’Leary!

@coleary113a takes some time to introduce #wordstheirway to her 5th-grade class. Students worked to figure out how adding a suffix changes the meaning of the word.

Way to go Mrs. Kirch!

We love to see literacy and word study bridging disciplines!

https://twitter.com/mrskirch4/status/1173597925190053888?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Nice job Mrs. Adamo!

Hands-on sorts with color pictures can be lots of fun.

Great job Ms. Benavidez!

So fun to see students working on blind sorts.

Lights, camera, action in Miss Schott’s classroom!

We love seeing students showing off their sketch and label skills.

 Ms. Garbowski’s class shows off their routine.

We love seeing your morning closed sorts!

https://twitter.com/lindsaytambs/status/1171230068649189382

New to Words Their Way? Find out more information and request a sample of our Words Their Way Classroom program for Grades K-5.

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Walter Rodriguez

Walter Rodriguez

Managing Editor & Podcast Host, Fresh Ideas for Teaching

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