Where's the Bear? I wanted to post a pick of another favorite sight word game of my cuties. It's called Where's the Bear. I labeled Dixie cups with sight words. Then I turn them over onto a tray and hide a bear underneath one cup.
Preschool kids will have a blast while playing this simple Smack the Number counting game! Work on number recognition and one to one correspondence in a fun way! This game would also work well for alphabet and sight word recognition.
Dot to number match up with clothes pins. Can be modified for bigger numbers, base ten blocks, subtraction, etc. Great for math centers. Could also match capital and lower case letters in a literacy center.
Sight Word Games: Looking for a fun way to practice sight words? Write a different have them take turns picking a foam keep it and add it to their stack. With each word they get their stack grows. If their stack of foam squares topples over they have to
Quiet Critters will create a quiet classroom atmosphere during centers or reading time. This will allow the teacher to focus on her group instead of the other children. It keeps them accountable for their actions.