Classroom Boggle- for kids who finish early! First off, I LOVE boggle!! Secondly, this is an awesome way to keep kids busy if they finish early and it would be easy to change some letters at the end of each day or the next morning!

Classroom Boggle-with letters! for kids who finish early! First off, I LOVE boggle! Secondly, this is an awesome way to keep kids busy if they finish early and it would be easy to change some letters at the end of each day or the next morning!

ABC Match up. I did this today, but first taught it whole group. Laid out about 12 letters on our area rug and each child closed their eyes and took turns picking out a letter from the letter tub. Then I was able to put this activity in a center and they loved it!

Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Mrs. T's First Grade Class love this simple activity; die cut letters and a folded piece of paper

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

Sight Words with snap cubes....that's what we can use those things for!!! Word work and fine motor skills!

Miss C's Class

Station (diverse learners) : This would be great for vocabulary. The students can sign the word and describe what it means. This also works on fine motor skills for students who are diverse and can also be good practice for all learners.

Ocean Themed Gross Motor

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

We have a huge list of learning to read activities that are so much fun. If you need to learn something, why not learn through play?

200+ LEARNING TO READ ACTIVITIES

We have a huge list of learning to read activities that are so much fun. If you need to learn something, why not learn through play? Learning to Read activities

decoding strategies (jealous of this handwriting)

First Grade Fairytales: Ten Pin Linky: Reading Ideas & GIVEAWAY reminder! Anchor chart/Decoding Strategies all in one place.

The teacher/parent writes a word in the yellow box. Student reads the word in the yellow box, builds the word with letter blocks and then writes it with a dry erase marker in the box with lines. You can get a free worksheet or I will be making my own.

The teacher writes a word in the yellow box. Student reads the word in the yellow box, builds the word with letter blocks and then writes it with a dry erase marker in the box with lines. You can get a free worksheet or I will be making my own.

Letter formation idea. Emergent writing. Mark Making. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning

How to spell: top 10 tricks

Spelling Use a small chalkboard and write the classes sight words. Then use a small eraser and have the students overlap the words written in chalk. Works on their motor skills needed to write the words and practices their spelling.

Shake the jar, read the word...real or nonsense? Idea is described differently on website

Shake of the Day: CVC; shake all vowels; shake 2 words that rhyme; shake a picture and the letter of the beginning sound of that picture; Addition or Subtraction; 3 numbers in a row-example 3 dots / 3 / three

Sound-it-out slider cards - Teach kids to sound out words with slider cards #freeprintable

Teach kids to sound out words with slider cards (Free

Outdoor Rhyming Game: begin with pictures and then transition to word families!!

Find & Rhyme - Gross Motor Rhyming Game

Common Core Kindergarten Reading Foundations: Phoneme Awareness: Rhyming: Outdoor Rhyming Game: begin with pictures and then transition to word families!

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