DIY: All you need for this perfect letter recognition activity is a plastic baby wipes container, bottle caps, and stickers.

Feed the Alphabet Monster

Feed the Alphabet Monster activity (Toddlers & Preschoolers at had a lot of fun with this! I also added a healthy "food" picture that coincided with each letter to "feed the alphabet monster".

This could be done with sight words, numbers, letters of the alphabet, etc!

Literacy centers - the first six months sight word swat as a literacy centre. Dollar tree has giant fly swatters!

The children hop on a dot as they say each sound in the word. This is great for those kinesthetic learners!

Phonemic Awareness Sound Hop Use rubber dots for hopping the sounds in words. The children hop on a dot as they say each sound in the word. This is great for kinesthetic learners.

Help children learn consonant digraphs (/th/, /sh/, /ch/) with this fun flower activity!

Consonant Digraph Garden

Help children learn consonant digraphs (/th/, /sh/, /ch/) with this fun flower activity! Students can work independently or as a class to build a classroom "garden"

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Digging for Carrot Sight Words Activity

Dig for word carrots with this gardening sensory tub sight words activity! A playful way to practise literacy skills and learn new sight words.

Make Alphabet Soup A fun way to practice letters, math, and language skills.  Visit pinterest.com/arktherapeutic for more #speechtherapy games and activity ideas

Learning Letters with Alphabet Soup

Make Alphabet Soup A fun way to practice letters, math, and language skills. Use a tub, bowl or pot, fill it with water and put letters in it. Have them practice spelling words out with the letters they find.

Applicious Freebie!

Applicious Freebie! (Freebielicious)

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Great for mathematical development: Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses!

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses! Might get my little biologist to practice her sight words

Apple Tree World Family Literacy Game

Apple Tree World Family Literacy Game (Learn Play Imagine)

To go along with our apple unit study I put together a word family apple tree activity to help him as he is learning to read. Kindergarten Apple Unit Study J-Bug has been learning to read, and I've noticed that he does really well with word families.

Your very own bob and bob from phonics play - choose the words/ purpose. The children can see the words/ post them in the bin mouths! Is it a real word or alien/silly word? I love the iwb bob and bob but I have a visually impaired child who needs to see bigger font nice and close.

Your very own obb and bob from phonics play - choose the words/ purpose. The children can see the words/ post them in the bin mouths! Is it a real word or alien/silly word?

Children loved the free writing phonics table. Lots of independent word building.

Children loved the free writing phonics table. Lots of independent word building. Cover tables in paper

Great way to assess sight word recognition in group work. Give each student a different colored marker and have them find and circle the matching sight word you are assessing for them.

Small Group activity - cover chart paper with sight words repeated several times each. Give each student a different colored crayon and have them locate a word-read it - then they can circle it. give each kid a different color marker for management too!

Who can resist chalk, kids and summertime sun? Slip in a few letters and you have the perfect classroom. www.teachyourchildtoread.com

20 Outdoor Phonics Activities

use for vocab, body diagrams, compare/contrast VENN diagrams Roundup of 20 outdoor phonics activities . many of them with activities for multiple levels plus huge collection of roundups

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks

Using clothespins and Popsicle sticks to teach phonics is a great way to support language development in older children!

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