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Letter Dot Painting Worksheets (Bingo Dauber Activity)
Letter Dot Painting Worksheets are a fun way for your students to practice recognizing capital and lowercase letters. Bingo dauber activities also help children develop their hand and eye coordination and hand control. These no-prep, do-a-dot worksheets can be used as an easy literacy center or as an independent activity for early finishers. This alphabet activity is the perfect addition to your Letter of the Week units too. Click on the picture to learn more! #letterdotpainting #doadotletters
Dezol Games - CVC Words - Word Bingo
CVC Word Bingo - This SMART Board game helps students identify CVC words by their component sounds. Print out a Bingo card for each student. Every card has 9 random CVC Words. (Click here for a sample Bingo card.) In this example, the game asks, “Find the word /d/ ŏ /g/?” The students would then check their cards and, if found, cover the word dog. When a student has 3 in a row, they win.
Non-Fiction Text Features Posters
FREE 16 INFORMATIONAL TEXT POSTERS~ This packet contains colorful posters to teach 16 non-fiction text features, including: guide words, title page, table of contents, index, glossary, heading, keywords, illustrations, hyperlink, and more. Amazing free resource from Primary Punch!
Sight Word Practice; Sight Word Hunt (75 High-Frequency Words)
This is a great activity to keep stocked in your literacy centers! It’s low prep and students LOVE it! I love it too for the additional fine motor practice it allows! The words are the first 25 High-Frequency Words by Fountas and Pinnell) To get started: *Print and copy the pages you’d like to use *Place them in a bin with scissors, a glue sticks, and several child friendly magazines, catalogs, or advertisements for students to search for their words! *Let your students have at it!