Read/Write the Room Worksheets

30 September 2011
Read/Write the Room is a staple center utilized in my print rich classroom environment.  Each week, the students take clipboards, a pencil, and a worksheet and look around the room for words with a specific phonic element.  They then record the words on worksheets like the one pictured below, which is included in my 86 Read/Write the Room Center Recording Sheets Packet.
To set up this center, you will need Read/Write the Room Worksheets (click {here} to purchase mine on TpT), a print rich environment (click {here} to buy my classroom labels, click {here} for my word wall words,  click {here} for my A to Z File Folder Word Walls, and {here} for my environmental print pack), and clipboards. 

Click {here} for my post on Word Walls.
Here is a freebie from my 86 Read/Write the Room Center Recording Sheets packet.  Click on the picture to download.

Click {here} for a previous post and freebie on Read/Writing the Room 
for words with y and ie as long i.


  1. Fabulous idea! I'm heading over to check yours out... I teach 1st/2nd, so I might have to create my own, but I'm excited to see what you came up with! I have been doing Read the Room this year, but hadn't thought about what exactly I was going to have them do when it came time to do more than explore the activity.

    Mrs. Lopac Teaches...

  2. Thanks for the write the room papers. I used them in my class today and the kids loved them. Great idea!

  3. Love your Read/Write the Room templates, but the link is not working. Any suggestions? I'd LOVE to purchase them.

    1. Thank you for letting me know. I hope I fixed the links. Here it is anyway:

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