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Love this simple activity using die cut letters and a folded piece of paper ~ Free idea from Mrs. T's First Grade Class.

T's First Grade Class love this simple activity; die cut letters and a folded piece of paper.I would just use markers instead of die cut letters

Many sight word ideas

Another pinner said Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Word Work. Students place the lily pad "sight words" or any word families around the room and say them as they hop on each word. I can see adapting this for any math skill as well!

Flipping sight word pancakes adds a little fun into center activities. All 220 Dolch sight words printed on colorful pancakes.

Flipping sight word pancakes adds a little fun into center activities. All 220 Dolch sight words printed on colorful pancakes. Student would have fun, making sentences by oneself.

This board helps my students remember some of the word parts we have highlighted throughout the year. Greek and Latin word parts are the toughest (we put those in the root section), but once they master them, they can continuously add examples (leaves) throughout the year seeing their vocabulary and the tree get thicker and thicker!

Erin: This bulletin board can be developed throughout the year to help students learn vocabulary. Once the students become familiar with learned prefixes, roots, and suffixes, they can continuously add more examples (leaves) throughout the year!

Feed the Shark Alphabet Game for Kids

Feed the Shark Alphabet Game for Kids~use with sight words as well as upper and lower case letters, and even numbers.say a number, who has it can feed the shark

Engaging parents - all about phonics

This activity encourages Kindergarten or first-grade students to use letter-sound correlations to build words using phonics. This would be a great center activity.