We love seeing educators working with students and our Words Their Way Classroom program. Here are some of our favorite tweets and classroom images!
Wow! Great job getting an early start Mrs. Gouett!
— Katrina Gouett (@MrsGouett) February 28, 2022
Great work Miss MacDonald!
— Miss MacDonald (@Ms_JMacdonald) January 20, 2022
Woah! Some engaging & messy fun in Miss Goldman’s class!
— Samantha Goldman (@missgoldman19) January 12, 2022
Great sorting of word families in Ms. Boyer’s class!
— Leslie Boyer (@MsBoyerAOE) January 4, 2022
Great literacy block Ms. Beltran!
#wcdsbWTW Action Research is alive!
— Miss. Luis (she/her) 🇨🇦 (@ErmaLuis1) December 15, 2021
Awesome variety of sorts Mrs. Chia!
We love seeing you implement a mix of buddy sorts, timed sorts, and writing sorts into your lessons.
Buddy sorts, Timed sorts, Writing sorts & more with words … doing all the sorts #WordsTheirWay #HandsOnLearning #BetterThanSpellingTests #CarltonUSD #USDLearns @MrsCline2 @mrsrose_carlton pic.twitter.com/zkemjWqVGK
— Kristy Chia (@MrsKChia) September 17, 2021
Great group work in Ms. Banyai’s class!
We love seeing you implement group work into your Wednesday lessons.
Today was Word Sorts Wednesday! Students sorted their first sort using their headings. We also went over the parts of a paragraph and worked in groups to unscramble the parts of a paragraph and put them in order! Great job grade 3s and 4s! #wordstheirway @OLVMWolverines pic.twitter.com/7rlx10eo33
— Ms. Banyai (@Ms_Banyai) September 23, 2021
Shout out to Mrs. Grieco!
Great work teaching phonics, spelling, and vocabulary.
Words their way sorts have begun this week, students started cutting and sorting their individual sorts to help improve their spelling. Tomorrow we will do one sort without headings and glue it in our books! @OLVMWolverines @HCDSB #wordstheirway #spelling #LanguageMatters 🤓📝 pic.twitter.com/eM06IVLDI1
— Mrs. Grieco 🍎 (@MsGrieco) September 23, 2021
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.
— Kathryn (@ReadWriteMrsJ) September 23, 2021
Did you know the new Words Their Way Classroom program offers digital sorts as well as hands-on activities?
Nice work Ms. O’Leary!
Way to go Mrs. Kirch!
We love to see literacy and word study bridging disciplines!
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.
My 3rd kiddos are loving the Blind Sorts for #WordsTheirWay! If laying down covering your face is the “way” you learn, then do it! #nisdlegends @NISDBoldt @nisdelemelar @mjmart71 @beardonald pic.twitter.com/GRRVxJJz8P
— Laura Benavidez (@LBenavidez93) September 11, 2019
Lights, camera, action in Miss Schott’s classroom!
We love seeing students showing off their sketch and label skills.
#WordsTheirWay takeover in the #SchottsSharks classroom! We’re sorting, learning new words, and showing off our Sketch & Label skills! @TeamAltaVista @usdlearns #USDLearns #literacy pic.twitter.com/CoWdXvMSuw
— Mikayla Salisbury (she/her) (@_mrssalisbury) September 10, 2019
Ms. Garbowski’s class shows off their routine.
We love seeing your morning closed sorts!
Each day this week we are introducing a new #WordsTheirWay sort. We started with a simple closed sort this morning. Next week, we will be implementing small groups to work on specific spelling patterns based on assessments 🤩 pic.twitter.com/k99gRYEnSv
— Lindsay Tamburini (@lindsaytambs) September 10, 2019