Zap It.a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin.
Ready to have some fun learning sight words? We love sight word activities that let us move and learn and I& found 20 different sight word games that you and your kids can play inside. They are the perfect way to practice when the weather is bad outside.
Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy. without the mess! Again, just a picture no link but so worth sharing this GREAT idea.
This would be such a fun, fall center! Make fall colored leaves for all kinds of rhyming families, mix them up, and students have to find words that rhyme! Students could also write their own leaves & add them to the tree for various seasons.