A Differentiated Blog-iversary Gift for You!

I know, I know . . . it was our 1 month Blog-iversary Friday, and I totally left you hanging. I’m sorry about that. I hope you’ll accept this small differentiated token of my affection for all of my followers.
I made one of these lovely little I-Spy activities for St. Patrick’s Day and thought that perhaps with Easter right around the corner, another might be useful.  This freebie is tiered based on Dolch lists 1-3. Students use magnifying glasses to spy a word, then they record it and when their page is full, they read it to a partner. 
My kids loved this activity and I loved that I was responding to their level of readiness.  (It’s always a plus when I can write my code D/Tiered next to an activity in my lesson book. It’s just some coding I use to remind myself if my adminstrator asks how or if I differentiated an activity.)
With the new teaching evaluation requirements coming down from the top, I’m always interested in how other classrooms are required to show that their differentiating in their classrooms.  So . . . how do YOU show your administrator that you are doing  the differention dance?  Drop me a line and let me know I’d love to hear from you.
By the way, if you also need levels lists 4-11, you can get them by clicking HERE!

Marsha Moffit McGuire

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