Where's the bear? Sight word practice. A great intervention for students that do not know sight words. My class loves this game!

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.

Sight Word Stars - Students pick a word and a book - how many times can they find that word in their book?

Big Book Station--these are sight word pointers and are great for finding sight words in books. The children choose a pointer and look for that word as they read. I printed the words on colored cardstock stars and taped them to straws.

These Counting Activities: Building Pizzas can be set up as cookie sheet activities, a magnet center, or math center. This set includes two pizzas, 12 build a pizza instruction cards, and lots of build a pizza building pieces (all in color). In this activity, students watch the pizza toppings pile up as they work on basic counting skills and following directions. Students count out the correct number of pizza toppings indicated on the build a pizza instruction cards to build their pizzas...

These Counting Activities: Building Pizzas can be set up as cookie sheet activities, a magnet center, or math center. This set includes two pizzas, 12 build a pizza instruction cards, and lots of build a pizza building pieces (all in color).

laminated pieces of paper with pegs hot glue gunned to the top - for displaying work

Displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and hot glue clothes pins to display student work. This would be nice with scrapbook paper.

Weaving wigwam

mrs Clarke - how about this for the spare mud (sorry garden) pit? Weaving wigwam - could take out fabric strips and let the kids weave through the lattice play house

Ikea hack: Tolsby frames in the classroom and homeschool

Ikea hack: Tolsby frames in the classroom and homeschool

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