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Learning...words - magic spoon

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

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. Great word work #daily5

Zap 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.

Laminated for a literacy station. This is from a great site by a former elementary teacher turned home school mom. All of her activities and ideas are based around Common Core Standards

Easy to make cvc word practice by printing out or gluing a picture. Laminate cards and use dry erase markers.

Letter matching and it works on their fine motor with the  clothes pins.

My daughter is too old for the letter matching task, but love the idea of the clothes-pins. Going to make more complicated, teen-friendly game and use the clothes-pin instead. They would be great for her fine-motor skills and hand strength.

Simple DIY Building Words Center

This simple word building center is a fun way the students can, as the title says, build words! It's more of an interactive way of learning which will help the visual learners as well as add fun when learning new words.

Never thought of using pom poms...how much quieter...and love her worksheet to record words...although a journal at the station would be great too and use her worksheet graphic as the front cover.

LOVE this idea. Never thought of using pom poms.how much quieter.and love her worksheet to record words.although a journal at the station would be great too and use her worksheet graphic as the front cover.

19. Spin & Spell This is such a fun activity. Screw and three bolts. write the letters on with a permanent marker. Check the comments of the link for some ideas of what letters to use. Here was one for 3 bolts: F, L, M, N, R, S on the first hex, A, E, I, O, U on the middle one,B, D. G, P, T on the last one for 150 pronounceable combination.

Spin and Spell - Nuts and Bolts Toddler Time: Busy Bag Exchange Part 3 ( & Freebie!) - Second Story Window

Life with Moore Babies: Cursive and Print Letter Matching Duplo Blocks

Life with Moore Babies: Cursive and Print Letter Matching Duplo Blocks/ letters or shapes or names etc

Phonic challenge

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the.

Phonics challenge - focus on tricky words. Say it, build it or write it. Green = easy; Amber = medium; Red = difficult.

This weeks phonics challenge with a focus on tricky words. Children need to say it, build it or write it. Green = easy Amber= medium Red = hard Focus on children choosing challenge.

phoneme building blocks

(WW)The First Grade Sweet Life: Reading Centers- compound words. Have each compound word in a bag, students take out cubes then write the word they made ______ + _______ = ________________

Use the fly swatters to "swat" the word called out. Use with words to know

Life in First Grade: New Center Game, I wonder Chart, and Unit 4 Questions (finally!


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