Winter Games Write the Room Freebie

Preview: Grab this free Winter Games Read and Write the Room. Perfect vocabulary and literacy practice for preschool, kindergarten and first grade.

The Olympics are coming!! We are so excited and counting down to the Opening Ceremonies. I have our Winter Games Bingo Cards ready to go for that night. We also have a tradition of making food from the host country for the first night of the games. I figure as my children get older, it can serve as more of a social studies lesson as we learn about a new country. To get my girls excited about the games, I made a Winter Games Read and Write the Room activity. There are 12 cards with different sports that we will see during the Olympic coverage. With these cards we can practice writing the words, alphabetizing the words or referencing the word cards as we write about the Olympics. 
Grab this free Winter Games Read and Write the Room. Perfect vocabulary and literacy practice for preschool, kindergarten and first grade.

There are many ways to use this activity. One idea is to cut apart the 12 sports cards and hang them around your room. Give students the recording sheet that works best for them - there are two options, one with handwriting lines and one without. Have them wander the room searching for picture cards. When they find the card, they match the picture to the picture on their sheet and copy the word down. They continue this until they have found all of the cards.
Grab this free Winter Games Read and Write the Room. Perfect vocabulary and literacy practice for preschool, kindergarten and first grade.
Another idea would be to do the same thing, but put the picture cards in a sensory bin and have students search for picture cards in that instead of around the room.

I've also included alphabetical order recording sheets. Students can use the Winter Games picture cards and practice putting them in ABC order and then writing down their answers.

You could also put the word cards on a word wall as you introduce each sport to the class, maybe read a book about the sport. They would also be perfect at a writing center so students can refer to them when writing about the Olympics.

Do you want to try out Winter Games Read and Write the Room in your classroom? I've made it a freebie for you! Just click the "click to download" button below, enter your information and the PDF file will be emailed directly to you.

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