5 FREE Sight word templates to use on a cookie sheet.

Rdg: Building sight words on a cookie sheet- 5 free sample templates. Great for independent learning centers. (If you use a metal cookie sheet~you could/ should use magnetic letters. They will stay put!

Road Trip Printables for Kids: Restaurant I Spy - this makes me very sad. When I was a kid our I-spy books encouraged us to look for different plants, trees, cloud formations, animals, birds - this one accepts that all they'll notice or look for are fast food restaurants. :(

Road Trip Printables for Kids: Restaurant I Spy

DIY Ways To Make Traveling Suck Less Road Trip Printables for Kids: Restaurant I Spy - and check out the links on the page to more fun travel activities and ideas for that long drive to Disney World!

I love these spelling games because they're for one player! Just print and give your child a die for some short vowel spelling practice.

Learn to spell short vowel words with these fun printables

Need a spelling game for short vowel words? We love this roll & write short vowel activity - it's got 9 free pages!

storytelling prompts for kids - a fun free printable that will inspire kids.

Storytelling Prompts for Kids - Tell Me A Story

Have a child that is reluctant to read or write? This creative parent has an activity that can involve the whole family. Virtual Chapter Book Club for Kids - Storytelling Prompts for Kids

Musical Sight Words Game gets kids moving, dancing, grooving and mastering sight words - so easy to set up and you can use it to practice so many skills, concepts and learning objectives

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Musical Sight Words Game: Move, Groove and Read! Can be used with musical concepts too.

Fun idea for site word games! Say the word, kids hunt for it and be the first to flip the word with their spatula.

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. Seuss green eggs maybe adapt for letters/ sounds/rhyming words. (but I think I'll make the yolks green to go with Green Eggs and Ham)

This game is a take on tic-tac-toe. Materials Needed: 1 muffin tin, 12 paper cupcake liners, 1 marker, 1 Dolch sight word list, and a handful of place markers such as hard candy or cereal On the bottom of each cupcake liner write a sight word. Place each liner in a muffin tin cup. You are ready to play! One person calls out a word. The other person takes a place marker and puts it in the correct cup. When three in a row is achieved, you have a winner.

4 Super Fun & Easy Muffin Tin Reading Games

This game is a take on tic-tac-toe. It helps a child to recognize sight words. Sight words are those that need to be recognized automatically by sight. They generally are not words that can be sounded out. Link to other word games

Kitchen verbs in english

ENGLISH KIDS FUN: Kitchen verbs How about making this into a bingo card! Or sorting verbs into different parts of the house

Roll a Story FREEBIE - variations of this would be fun to use when working with ELLs on speaking/listening

Roll-a-Dice Literacy Fun

Classroom Freebies Too: {FREE} Roll-a-Story Writing Activity for Beginning Writers! Fun idea for writing prompts!