Teacherific: DIY Whisper Phones. Children use while they read to themselves.  Go to the website for instructions.

I used to use a whisper phone! DIY Whisper Phones~ Children use these to hear themselves as they quietly read aloud. This post has great directions and with pictures that explain how to make them with inexpensive materials.

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Digging for Carrot Sight Words Activity

Dig for word carrots with this gardening sensory tub sight words activity! A playful way to practise literacy skills and learn new sight words.

A great way to introduce your child to blending sounds!

Sound It Out Parking Lot

Sound it out parking lot with matchbox cars with a letter on each one. Instead of matchbox cars can use anything,even a paper with a letter on each one and slide into parking space as say each sound. A great way to introduce your child to blending sounds!

Your very own bob and bob from phonics play - choose the words/ purpose. The children can see the words/ post them in the bin mouths! Is it a real word or alien/silly word? I love the iwb bob and bob but I have a visually impaired child who needs to see bigger font nice and close.

Love this idea for adapting the IWB phonics play game; sorting real or nonsense words from the different phonic phases. This game could be used for indoor or outdoor play.

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

: SHAKE OF THE DAY! The special student of the day gets to shake the bucket when they arrive at school to see if he/she can make a CVC word. If the student makes a CVC word we will share it with class, and he/she gets a reward

Paint & Read { and sound it out } - No Time For Flash Cards. This activity could be simplified to work on pre-writing/letter identification skills.

Paint & Read { and sound it out

Paint & Read { and sound it out } - No Time For Flash Cards. This activity could be simplified to work on pre-writing/letter identification skills.: treasure hunt item/clue- secret message with white crayon and ink(?

"Monster, Monster, did you eat something yummy? What letter can we find in your tummy?" Put cards with Phase 2/3/4/5 sounds on them.

Sandwich Box Monster Craft: Who knew the empty box that holds your sandwich bags could make such a cute little monster box craft?

Phonic challenge - spell with the pebbles

"EY FroTeachers can create this Phonics Activity - spell with the pebbles- a great way to attract children who have a hard time sitting in one place on a table and being a typical writer.


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