Giving your kiddos clear visuals and referencing things they are familiar with is a great way to help students learn. When I start the lesson, I show students the anchor chart above. Using the concept of a stick of spaghetti is a great way to get kids to leave the correct amount of space between letters in their words.
I tell students when they write, little spaces go between their letters, like spaghetti noodles. Then, they can draw in their spaghetti spaces between their letters with a yellow marker. In the final example, it just reminds students to use the spaghetti and meatball spaces!
Miss Jaime is here to highlight one of her special strategies for enhancing spatial awareness with handwriting. Here are some examples: Now I can be sure I leave enough space! When they finish, they can draw in their noodles between letters with a yellow marker. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.
I love food and I love teaching! Not for public display. I give each child two wikis one for the meatball and one for the spaghetti. If you have any questions about this product or using this product, please email me at glitterandglue4k2 gmail.
They cut out and glue those meatballs between their words as they write. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Children need help to understand the concept of spacing their letters within a word, too.
I know you will enjoy her work! They get their own spaghetti and meatball writing paper, seen above. Then I add in the "spaghetti and meatballs. Some teachers teach finger spacing, but finger spacing only applies to spaces between words. Print and copy the writing pages. In the second example, students can draw in their spaghetti and meatballs.
If you can combine the two then I am a very happy teacher. Children know that spaghetti is thin and meatballs are round.
Remember each time you leave feedback you earn credits that can be used towards your future TPT purchase!During writing today we talked about spaces between our letters and words.
Spaces between our words are “meatball spaces” because there should be enough room for a meatball (two fingers). Spaces between our letters are “spaghetti spaces” because one piece of spaghetti should fit between them; letters should not touch.
♥ Meatballs that students can cut and add to their writing for spaces. To Use: Print and copy the writing pages. I’ve included 3 different options for writing.
In the first, students will glue in meatballs, found on page 6, between their words. When they finish, they can draw in their noodles between letters with a yellow marker. In the second example, students 4/5(). Nov 18, · Spaghetti and Meatballs with WRITING?!?! I can't take credit for this, as I learned about it a LOOOOONNNNGGGG time ago when I first started teaching, however, I have NO idea where it came from.
My kids struggle writing billsimas.com: Rulin' The Roost. Another fun way to connect math to literature! This "book nook" is a reflection piece for the book Spaghetti and Meatballs for All by Marilyn Burns.
The storyline is a humorous way to show students all the different ways to calculate perimeter using a dinner party hosted by the Comfort Family. Jul 29, · In the past I have found using spaghetti and meatball spaces the best way for them to remember so I just made this little anchor chart.
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Oct 08, · We've been working in class on Spaghetti and Meatball spaces in our writing. A couple of years ago (wow - time flies) I created an anchor chart and have recently gave it a little update.
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