I have been wanting to try something new with my groups on Fridays when I have to do progress monitoring. I saw the idea for graffiti tables on Pinterest awhile ago and loved the idea. I just never got around to implementing them in the classroom. Over winter break I decided that I wanted to give them a try just to see how they went. I made one for each of my 3 CIM groups that related and reviewed concepts from the week. My first student struggles with letter ID and with her name. So I created this graffiti table for her. We have been focusing on the letters h and a this week in a modified interactive writing way (The interactive writing lesson format just wasn’t helping her to make progress so I had to switch it up a little bit).
Above: Letter writing practice. I left it blank because I am planning on laminating it so that way I can use it multiple times.
We have really been working on writing her name so I will put a model on the top line and she will write it on the bottom line. In the other box I will write a sentence and have her circle given letters within the text. I will let her use dry erase markers or wikki sticks.
On the left side I am going to write a capital letter and have her match it to the lowercase letter (right side). I left it blank so I can change it up the next time we use it.
Since rhyming is a struggle I also included it on here. She will have to draw and tell me one word that rhymes with each picture.