What a genius way to get all 400 required sight words by 1st grade in one easy fun game! Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Scott Foresman Reading Street Stick Game

What a genius way to get all 400 required sight words by grade in one easy fun game! Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Scott Foresman Reading Street Stick Game *Also includes other ideas for learning games using these sticks.

Sight Words Cup Stacking... we do this as a kindergarten center!  They love it!

Sight word cup stacking activity - How fun! Children build structures out of cups. They can only stack a cup if they read the sight word first.

HFW - Tricky word skittles, phonics.

Reading - HFW Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if they land on one, for early years use single letters for the children to sound out

SIGHT WORD bean bag toss

SIGHT WORD bean bag toss

SIGHT WORD bean bag toss or could draw letters on the ground and children jump to each letter to spell key words

squiggles help little hands practice making letters. Make "squiggle cards" for children to copy in sand...literacy and sensory in one!   Could use the squiggle dice in a different pin rather than cards.

Pre-writing Exercise - I could make it myself with a cookie tray, salt/sand/flour/whatever you have - and draw a couple things for kids to copy.

Need to practise blending in a fun, physical way? Try 'Bouncy Blending'! Lay out how ever many hoops you need for the number if sounds. Put one sound next to each hoop in order. Then ask a child to bounce into each hoop and shout the sounds. They orally blend the word as they jump out of the last hoop! #eyfs #earlyyears #earlyyearsliteracy #earlyreading #phonicgames #phonics #outside #aceearlyyears

Check out 'Fun Phonics' to see Bouncy Blending in action and check out their other ideas while you're there!

Clever fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines. Could use goldfish crackers in summer, sunflower seeds in fall... Lots of things!

Creating patterns, swirls or zig-zags with buttons, children will have so much fun playing with this fine motor work station or learning centre activity.


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