Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

Read It, Build It, Write It Sight Words

Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

Read It, Build It, Write It Sight Words

Sensory play for developing fine motor skills and letter/number familiarity, eye/hand coordination - eye tracking and copying. So good for so many skills!

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

Popcorn Words... Easy and fun! Write sight words on piece of paper, crumple up and put into popcorn container. Child picks a piece, reads it & writes it! Check out the blog post for a FREE recording sheet.

Easy and fun! Write sight words on piece of paper, crumple up and put into popcorn container. Child picks a piece, reads it & writes it! Great for kindergarteners writing sight words!

Fine motor pre-writing cards. Print on cardstock, laminate, and trace using dry erase.

KinderTastic: Beginning of Year Pre-Writing Practice (using free printable from Childcareland) I'm thinking about writing centers!

Christmas Post Office Writing Table

Christmas literacy activity post office writing table

Writing practice using shaving cream: This sensory writing activity uses shaving cream to make learning letters, numbers, and sight words fun and easy for kids! #sensoryplay #handsonlearning #ece || Gift of Curiosity

Shaving cream writing - learning through sensory play

Twinkl Resources >> Reading Prompts for Parents >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, KS1, KS2 and beyond! reading, home school

Twinkl Resources >> Reading Prompts for Parents >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, and beyond! reading, home school Scrap the guided reading worksheets!

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Literacy Center Ideas for Kids with Disabilities Re-Writable

The teacher writes a word in the yellow box. Student reads the word in the yellow box, builds the word with letter blocks and then writes it with a dry erase marker in the box with lines. You can get a free worksheet or I will be making my own.

Great video that explains the sounds of the sh, ch, wh and th digraphs!

I made up this story over 40 years ago to help my first grade students remember the sounds represented by the consonant digraphs sh, ch, wh, and th.

Reading is Your Window to the World. Want to add this to the library entrance or window near the entrance!

Could do this on a real window. Reading is Your Window to the World. Want to add this to the library entrance or window near the entrance!

Matching letters with the base to make words. Great for phonics!

An interactive activity which involves students choose individual blocks with single letters on to build a word which is spelt out on a singular block. Great for practising phonics with younger pupils.

Classroom library area: these are for the students to be able to read with during read to someone. It goes with the book "Rocket Learns to Read".

Like the idea of tying a laminated label around a few soft toys saying 'Please read to me' or 'I like listening to stories'. The toys could be in a basket or sat on cushions in the book area.

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