Students don't ask me for pencils anymore. No one leaves the room until all pencils are back on the board. (Photo only, but would be easy to make!)

(We can use this idea for the home, too! ) Original pin: Students don't ask me for pencils anymore. No one leaves the room until all pencils are back on the board. (Photo only, but would be easy to make!

This could be done with sight words, numbers, letters of the alphabet, etc!

Literacy centers - the first six months sight word swat as a literacy centre. Dollar tree has giant fly swatters!

Place Value Student will write the numberal by counting the hundreds, tens, and ones cubes on the place value chart. Also posters are included ...

What Number Am I ?

Place Value Student will write the numberal by counting the hundreds, tens, and ones cubes on the place value chart. Also posters are included of the Hundreds, Tens, and Ones cubes.

Number Writing Activity-Salt Tray Game. What a fun way for kids to learn numbers and their value!

Number Writing Activity. Salt Tray Game.

Learn with Play at Home: Number Writing Activity. Practice number identification by writing the correct number that the picture represents.Great for incorporating picture and logic/math smart MI.

HFW - Tricky word skittles

Reading - HFW Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if they land on one, for early years use single letters for the children to sound out

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.

Love this idea from Delights and Designs… You could easily extend this for more able pupils to contain more word types. Children are encouraged to come up and pick a word from the teacher. They then place the stick in the correct pot. To further extend, they could then pick a word from each cup and create a sentence. Perfect for assessment!

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence

Reading - HFW Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if they land on one

Reading - HFW Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if they land on one, for early years use single letters for the children to sound out


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