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How to spell: top 10 tricks

Spelling Use a small chalkboard and write the classes sight words. Then use a small eraser and have the students overlap the words written in chalk. Works on their motor skills needed to write the words and practices their spelling.

Floating ping pong balls phonics

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!

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

Sight Words Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if the ring lands one of the bottles.

Fine Motor Skills - Fine Motor Practice with Shaving Cream. Kids have sensory fun while strengthening their writing skills!

Fine Motor Skills - Handwriting Practice with Shaving Cream

Fine Motor Skills - Fine Motor Practice with Shaving Cream. Kids have sensory fun while strengthening their writing skills! Could use this for cursive practice.

These flips books would be great for teaching onset and rime. Students could actually make these in class. For a phonics lesson in 1st or 2nd grade the teacher could hand out the folded pieces of paper and have the students write words with the same rime in each one. These could eventually be a great "study guide."

flip books to teach reading - This activity could help ELL students understand how changing just one letter can change a word. Put a picture on the flip side Use to teach word families.

Freddie the Phoneme Finder - kids bring something from home that has that week's "sound" and put it inside...love this!

Freddie the Phoneme Finder - kids find an object that starts with the target phoneme

Using the game Hedbanz with sightwords- just write them on an index card. Here is how it goes....the boy in the grey sweatshirt is "it". The children starting with the cutie pie in the blue shirt spell the word on his headband & he has to guess his word. If he guesses he picks the next person to be "it" & then they spell their word. After everyone gets done then WITHOUT looking they flip their card over & start over until it's time for a new card.

Daily 5 Station/Literacy Station Organization Linky Party So I have a student teacher that started several weeks ago.

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