Make an alphabet beans literacy game and an ongoing resource to use in lots of activities together! Playful literacy fun and learning for preschoolers!

Matching Alphabet Beans Literacy Game

Alphabet Beans matching game literacy activity Make an alphabet beans literacy game and an ongoing resource to use in lots of activities together!

Learn through play with Sight Word Hopscotch (change to suit your learning needs - letters, numbers, vocabulary, colors, etc) Get kids active, outdoors & learning!

Learn through play with Sight Word Hopscotch. Take learning outdoors - get physical, work on gross motor skills, have fun and learn along the way! Great idea for summer school

Common to the Core- Pool Noodle Phonics: Decoding Matters

Phonics to the Core- Pool Noodle Phonics: Decoding Matters Say the sounds of each letter- /p/ /a/ /t/. Then more the letters closer together and blend the sounds to make the word.

Children reach in, pull out a letter card and say the letter or sound (or both!). If a child pulls out a snap card –all the children put out their arms (like an crocodile mouth) and say “snap! snap!” and all the cards go back inside.

Fun to use with PreK or K. this teacher used it for letter awareness. I'd use it for speech sounds or grammar goals. This activity is great for letter awareness and also it will keep students engaged.

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses!

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses! Might get my little biologist to practice her sight words

Shake the jar, read the word...real or nonsense? Idea is described differently on website

Shake of the Day: CVC; shake all vowels; shake 2 words that rhyme; shake a picture and the letter of the beginning sound of that picture; Addition or Subtraction; 3 numbers in a row-example 3 dots / 3 / three

Paint & Read { and sound it out } - No Time For Flash Cards. Big dude will love this, secret messages to solve like a treasure hunt?

Paint & Read { and sound it out

Paint & Read { and sound it out } - No Time For Flash Cards. This activity could be simplified to work on pre-writing/letter identification skills.: treasure hunt item/clue- secret message with white crayon and ink(?

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks

Using clothespins and Popsicle sticks to teach phonics is a great way to support language development in older children!

This weeks phonics challenge with a focus on tricky words.  Children need to say it, build it or write it. Green = easy Amber= medium  Red = hard Focus on children choosing challenge.  EYchloe

This weeks phonics challenge with a focus on tricky words. Green = easy Amber= medium Red = hard Focus on children choosing challenge.

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