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Magic spoon cvc practice of real and nonsense words--great for initial sound practice! Also use initial letter sheet and word family spoon.

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Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Montessori At Home: 7 More Amazing DIY Activities For Toddlers

spelling words w/ clothes pin letters (fine motor and literacy) we could use it for name recognition- capital and lowercase letter matching or for simple sight words. Very awesome and super easy!

sight word hockey ~ so adaptable for use with math, color, letters.....

Spelling or vocabulary game Sight word "hockey" for the boys in the classroom - read the word and take a chance at a goal with a flick of the finger. Fine motor challenge for some of my kiddos so an added benefit.

Great ideas for practicing sight words.

Great ideas for practicing sight words by Live, Love, Laugh and Teach! Use as a Word Work center for spelling words.

Printable Initial Sounds Match Cards - perfect for literacy centre activities | you clever monkey

Initial Sounds Match Cards

Printable Initial Sounds Match Cards - ready to print these cards are perfect for children learning the beginning letter sounds in words. Great activity for Word Work or literacy centre stations

Phonics blending lights. Press the light as you say a sound to aid blending for reading. EYFS

For whole group You could put magnets on the back of these and stick to your reading easel to build cvc words with them!

phonics themed tuff spot in continuous provision. use the magnetic letter to make CVC words to match the picture

This is simply what it says on the tin! It’s phonics combined with hook-a-duck. You’ll need a tuff spot, glass beads for the bottom (optional), a hook-a-duck game (I bought mine from B&M at the end of the summer when... Continue reading →

This is simply what it says on the tin! It’s phonics combined with hook-a-duck. You’ll need a tuff spot, glass beads for the bottom (optional), a hook-a-duck game (I bought mine from B&M at the end of the summer when... Continue reading →