What's on the Tray?
I'm a little late posting my trays this week, but I hope you enjoy them! We aren't following a theme this week, just working on some fun skills! Beginning Sound Sort Sort the items in the bowl by their beginning sound. Nuts & Bolts One of our favorites: Match each nut to the correctly sized bolt and screw it on. Washcloth Folding Fold each washcloth into 1/4ths, then stack. Button Sorting Sort the buttons by the number of holes each has. Counting Straws Place the correct number of straws…
Phonics I-Spy Discovery Bottle - The Imagination Tree
Make a phonics I-Spy discovery bottle for hours of playful literacy fun at home, in the classroom or even when travelling! Letter learning is so much fun!
CVC Words | Beginning Sound Activity | Clip Cards for CVC word families
This activity works on the cognitive skill language. The child will have to figure out which letter goes at the beginning of each word in order to math the picture.
Frame I made for the first day of school - thought I could change the star out and take pictures on the 100th day and last day, and put all three pictures together in a collage.
Practical Phonics Activities - Stimulating Learning
A few of the phonics activities we complete in my early years classroom - from Rachel (",)
Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust - The Imagination Tree
Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-on way!
Initial Sounds Clip Cards for Beginning Readers
Instead of using flashcards to practice letter sounds, try different activities that are fun and engaging. Our Initial Sounds Clip Cards are easy to prep, can be played independently or in a small group, and give choices so you don't have to come up with the answer blindly. Initial Sounds Clip Cards Early pre-reading skills are so important to master to create a strong foundation to build on. Preschoolers and kindergarteners who can recognize their letters and have moved on to letter sounds…