Sight Word Rubbings - Doing Splendid
I made this sight word rubbings activity for my son to help get him ready for kindergarten. He loves to practice sight words when we do this. It makes learning just a little more fun! I found the activity here. It is such a great idea that I had to share it with you too! ...
27 Awesome Sight Word Activities
Did you know that sight words make up more than half of the words we read? So, it only makes sense that they are an important part of teaching kids how to read. Learning to read certainly doesn't have to be boring though - it is exciting! These 27 awesome sight word activities for kids provide engaging, hands-on ways to build up sight word knowledge and increase reading skills. 27 Awesome Sight Word Activities Grab some chopsticks and have a blast reviewing words with this Pick Up Sticks…
Lucky dip with keywords / high frequency words. The children have a list of words each that they have to find in the shredded paper. Literacy skills / games, kindergarten, grade 1
LITERACY CENTRES - HANDS-ON IDEAS FOR LEARNING
Literacy Center Ideas - hands-on literacy center activities perfect for 5-8 years | you clever monkey
Five for Friday - May 1, 2015
Use Fruit Loops or Apple Jacks to build "oo" words. Great phonics lesson that students will eat up! :)
Spell the Beans Word Work Game
This is a game that was adapted from an idea I got from a presenter at a BER workshop. Letters were written on lima beans...both lowercase...
Phonics Friday! - Cara Carroll
Welcome to Phonics Friday! My plan is to post every Friday with some fun Phonics based activities and ideas. With a holiday weekend next week and being in Vegas the week after that, I’m not promising consistency (at least for the next couple of weeks). But I do plan on posting more ideas for you …
Here are some projects I pinned and then completed. Although I spend hours pinning, I think it is actually making me more productive! I ...
Make It, Play It, Learn It Sight Word Fun
If you will make it, they will play it and they will learn it! Sometimes you just need some easy, low prep activities, but ones the students will enjoy and be engaged in so learning