write the words on sticks. One student reads the word to the other student. The other student has to spell it correctly/ give the correct definition.

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 - Classroom Crafts and Ideas

Wine Cork Ladybugs Craft for Kids #pengiunkids #ladybuggirl

Wine Cork Ladybugs Craft for Kids

Kindergarten Math Curriculum. Great ideas for teaching students basic math facts. #basicmath

Unifix cubes are a concrete representation of addition/number bonds. Building the bond with the Unifix cubes is what develops number sense. Great use for flash cards instead of looking for just memorization

Lego Syllable Counting Activity (from This Reading Mama)

Counting Syllables with LEGO Bricks

Great for teaching syllables! Lego Syllable Counting Activity from "This Reading Mama" (In order for it to serve my phonemic awareness needs, I'd include a picture along with the printed word.

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

Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom.... keep learning fun! Primary Possibilities

Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom. keep learning fun! This is a great way to teach number, time, and many other concepts. It helps the students be hand on with learning. However, the play doe could get messy.

Floating ping pong balls phonics Awesome idea and easy to do. Good for IP play time

Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game

Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game. Use ping-pong balls to practise letter names and sounds with a fun fishing and matching game for pre-schoolers!

Make Alphabet Soup A fun way to practice letters, math, and language skills. Visit pinterest.com/arktherapeutic for more #speechtherapy games and activity ideas

Learning Letters with Alphabet Soup

Make Alphabet Soup A fun way to practice letters, math, and language skills. Use a tub, bowl or pot, fill it with water and put letters in it. Have them practice spelling words out with the letters they find.

Freebie! I have, Who has? Printed this game out and can't wait to play! You can make it a whole group activity and "assign" different sounds to different students!

Printed this game out and can't wait to play! You can make it a whole group activity and "assign" different sounds to different students! Could also be "where is ".

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