17 Ways To Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum - Differentiated Kindergarten

17 Ways To Build Fine Motor Activities Into Your Curriculum

make a flip book to practice reading CVC words and substituting sounds in words to make new words!

This is great for developing fluency and phonemic awareness with CVC words! make a flip book to practice reading CVC words and substituting sounds in words to make new words!

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.

Jolly Phonics interactive display Roll and write letter Write in the sand Write on the whiteboard Sort the sound

Jolly Phonic interactive display Roll and write letter Write in the sand Write on the whiteboard Sort the sound. Could have a letter box to open up and reveal 'letter of the week.

letter constelations -- made into a pennant spelling the wee one's name-- made by mommy and me

Alphabet Activity Letter Constellations

I chose this activity for the letter recognition. By having stars as letter outlines, students could practice recognizing letters in a new and creative way.

Matching Initial Sounds from Rachel (",)

Practical Phonics Activities

Focus of Instruction: Phonics Direction: The students will be given a bowl with letters taped to the bottom. As part of the activity the students sort the materials provided and place them with the correct letter.

Creating letter shapes with loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Practical Phonics Activities

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Our favourite phonic activity that can be adapted to practise anything and everything! Chalk your words on the ground, hand out a wet brush, call out a word and watch them wash it away!

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