Rainbow writing salt tray + lots of rainbow-themed literacy ideas

Rainbow themed literacy activities

Writing Skills Busy Bag (1 of 5 Dry Erase Busy Bag Ideas) 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities @ AllOurDays.com

5 Dry Erase Busy Bag / Activity Bag Ideas

Writing Skills Busy Bag of 5 Dry Erase Busy Bag Ideas) 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities

Simple DIY Building Words Center

This simple word building center is a fun way the students can, as the title says, build words! It's more of an interactive way of learning which will help the visual learners as well as add fun when learning new words.

Watercolor Art Activity for Kids Inspired by How to Catch a Star

Watercolor Art Activity for Kids Inspired by How to Catch a Star

Watercolor and Salt Art Activity to go with the Story How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers~ Buggy and Buddy ELA point to pictures in a picture book. ELA visually engage with a book. Age group 5 year old or kindergarten.

Writing and mark making in fairy dust

Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust

Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-o

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Chalk Table

things to do with an ikea table - paint with chalkboard paint, cut hole, insert chalk bin, have fun - future playroom idea

story stones handpainted rocks childrens by CraftingConnections, $35.00

story stones, hand-painted rocks, childrens literacy, art stones, tell me a story. Cool new idea. Everywhere you go find a stone. Gather the stone(s) and when you get back home paint them to match the memories!

story stones - great as story telling aides or for imaginative play.  Easy and fun to make (happyhooligans.ca)

Cut out pictures from books, magazines and leftover fabric to make these awesome story-telling aids!

story stones - happy hooligans (Children need to do lots and lots or oral story telling to strengthen their emergent writing skills)

Use for letters, shapes, or numbers.  I'm thinking you could use  this for test prep for students to give answers  a b c or d.

What can you do with a bottle of hair gel, food coloring, glitter and 7 ziplock bags?make a lit/math station for the beginning of th.


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