I’ve lost count of how many learning games we’ve played on the driveway.
We’ve tried math, sight words, and now we’re going to try spelling outside with a driveway letter grid.
This driveway spelling game is a fun way to learn and a great way to burn some energy after school.
So, grab some sidewalk chalk and let’s get spelling with this fun, active learning game.
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Create Your Driveway Letter Grid
Grab your sidewalk chalk and find a large area of concrete.
Write out the alphabet in a large grid. You’ll want it big enough so that your child can stand on an individual letter, but not so big that they can’t easily move from one letter to another.
Tip: Enlist your kids to help create the grid, no need to write it all yourself!
Now that your letter grid is ready, you’re ready to practice spelling outside!
Practice Spelling Outside
To play, you will want to call out one of your child’s spelling words and have them spell the words by jumping to each letter spelling aloud as they go.
If there are 2 letters in a row (i.e. tt or ee), just jump twice on that letter.
Sometimes they may have to do some creative leaping if the letters are too far apart!
More more fun, add additional movements. Hop, skip, run, tiptoe, march, or take giant steps. Move a different way for each spelling word.
It’s so easy to have fun with a driveway letter grid!
You may also like on of these fun spelling ideas:
Buy the 31 Ways to Practice Spelling Words Ebook
You can purchase a printable form of this book for $7.50 The book is designed to print and turn into a half-page size booklet. It’s perfect to keep at your homework station. Your kids can flip through and find a fun way to practice their spelling words.
The ideas will be convenient and ready to use. No need to turn on the computer every day for ideas.
Most activities require little to no prep time. And, if you make sure you have all the supplies on the Master Supply List (included in the book) on hand, you’ll be able to do any of these fun spelling word ideas any time.
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