This sounds like fun...Sight word walk...How far can you go without making a mistake?

Sight word walk - how far can you go without a mistake? Or call out the sight word they must line up on. Can work for math facts, spelling, vocab, etc

A huge list of sight word activities that your kids will love because they are fun and don’t seem like learning!


More than 100 Sight Word activities. For kids learning to read, sight word activities can be really helpful. Learning sight words helps you to learn to read faster by being able to identify frequently used words without having to sound them out.

Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom.... keep learning fun! Primary Possibilities

Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom. keep learning fun! This is a great way to teach number, time, and many other concepts. It helps the students be hand on with learning. However, the play doe could get messy.

Classroom Freebies Too: Consonant Digraph Sorting Activity - great game for the phonics learners this year

Consonant Digraph Sorting Activity

For Literacy Centers instead of pocket chart. 32 Free pics for sorting consonant digraphs! Works great for small groups or literacy centers.

Phonics Flags- Combining classroom decoration and reading skills! AWESOME!

Phonics Flags- blends, digraphs, diphthongs and more! {teal and orange}

phase 2 phonics ideas - Yahoo Image Search results

Love this idea for adapting the IWB phonics play game; sorting real or nonsense words from the different phonic phases. This game could be used for indoor or outdoor play.

Give students box of water balloons with  word endings. Have students pick a balloon and bring it up to a letter to see if it makes a word. If it does, students read the word and try and throw the balloon on the letter to pop it. For cooler months, could do a similar thing with bean bags and hoops.

Water Balloon Phonics - Get Ready for K Through Play

Beat the heat while practicing phonics with this fun water balloon game for kids. So fun they may not even realize it's a lesson!-) (via Mess for Less)

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