LOVE this idea for an alphabetical order center! Just takes a paint stick and clothespins! Each week can be a new set of words. Could be used for numerical order too using number and word on one side, dots on back to represent.
Big Book Station--these are sight word pointers and are great for finding sight words in books. The children choose a pointer and look for that word as they read. I printed the words on colored cardstock stars and taped them to straws.
My favorite sight word game to play with the kids is BANG! My kids DIE for this game and BEG me to play it. Whatever helps ‘em learn, I’m all about it. I’m sure you guys play this in your own room, but just incase you don’t, check it out for yours!
* WORD BUILD WRITE * Print the mat and words. Put magnets on the back of the word cards. Place the mat on a cookie sheet, have the kids pick a word, build it with magnetic letters and then write it with a dry erase marker
Christmas Tree Sight Word Puzzles - could change this up a bit for phonics/spelling. Have different colored trees for each word. Students have put picture puzzle together to spell word and record on paper