Made my own blending line for my reception class today... They were very intrigued and hopefully it will encourage them to think about the sounds that make up words :)
Learn Your Name with Hot Wheels Cars - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
As I’ve mentioned before, Jonathan has been doing a lot of name games because he LOVES to do school, and because he has a long name to learn! Here’s a simple way for kids to play and learn with the letters in their name. I made Jonathan this simple name parking lot with a Amazon […]
Superhero Ideas for the Early Years
I started off this topic with a letter addressed to Reception. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. The children were outraged and I feig…
Space Rockets Spell and Read Game - The Imagination Tree
Create a simple DIY literacy game for spelling and reading small words with this fun, space rocket themed puzzle game for kids!
CVC Word Funky Fingers Station.
CVC Word Funky Fingers - children choose a CVC object, "Fred-Talk" the sounds and balance the ping pong balls on the golf tees. We love this idea! Create a Twinkl account to download and print a Funky Fingers display pack to create your own CVC words area. #cvc #cvcwords #words #sounds #fredtalk #funkyfingers #challenge #soundchallenge #phonics #english #letters #teaching #teach #resources #learningresources #twinkl #twinklresources
Sight Word Pebbles for Literacy Play - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun sight word game for kids with these simple, DIY sight word pebbles! An easy learning resource for open-ended, playful literacy and tactile fun for beginner readers!
Word Work Wednesday
Finally we get the vowel sounds down - the short vowels - the long vowels - and then it happens. Bossy R comes along. Now those vowel sounds we were so sure about are not the same! This always seems to cause my students to *stall* so I'm taking the bull by the horns car by the steering wheel to help them practice and master these sounds. Since we will have to *park* here for a while I thought it might be fun to burn a little rubber while we're at it! Click on the link below to download your…
Phonics board linked to RWI. Children look at the picture say the word then use the letters to help sound out the word. I start this with just asking for the initial sound of a word (the other letters are already there) then build up to initial and end, then finally the whole word.