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How to Teach Your Child to Read - Here are 11 creative fun ways to encourage your kid’s learning journey. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Sight Word Activities, Literacy Activities, Literacy Stations, Spelling Activities, Word Games, Listening Activities, Kindergarten Reading Activities, Literacy Centres, Learning Styles

10 Ways to Teach Sight Words for Literacy Station and Guided Reading Group Activities

Kindergarten activities to teach Sight Words. Great for literacy stations, centers, daily 5, or guided reading groups.

Writing Center Activities: Sight word shells are a fun way for students to practice writing sight words, as well as forming letters properly. Students are to write the sight word printed on each shell in the sand using their finger. Kindergarten Centers, Kindergarten Literacy, Learning Centers, Literacy Centers, Classroom Activities, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Writing Centers, Writing Area

Down by the Sea Centers + FREEBIE

Free, fun and useful Kindergarten - 1st Grade, Common Core aligned lesson plans, math games, calendars, behavior charts, materials and more!

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Name art - grade 4/5

I am getting rid of my old iPhone so I was emptying out the pictures, and found a couple of projects that I never posted. This is a ...

for Improving Handwriting Using highlighted paper and other strategies for improving handwriting.Using highlighted paper and other strategies for improving handwriting. 1st Grade Writing, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Teaching Resources, Hand Writing, Writing Skills, Teaching Ideas, Writing Strategies, Writing Process

Tips from the OT: Practical Tips for Helping Kids Who Struggle with Handwriting

A few years ago I met an amazing Occupational Therapist when her son was in my class. Although she didn't serve any students in my classroom, she did spend lots of time helping out. Along

Third graders will be starting to hone their cursive writing technique next week in art class. The kids are always so excited about learning to write cursive. Last year I tried a cursive writing pr. Learn To Write Cursive, Teaching Cursive, Cursive Writing Worksheets, Teaching Art, Teaching Resources, Cursive Writing For Kids, Primary Teaching, Alphabet Crafts, Preschool Alphabet

Cursive Name Bugs

Third graders will be starting to hone their cursive writing technique next week in art class. The kids are always so excited about learning to write cursive. Last year I tried a cursive writing pr…

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Name Creature Steps

These are the steps that I did with my kids. There may be different ways of doing this, but this is what works for me. The first step is to fold your paper in half, down the long side ( we say hotdog fold). Then with a pencil write your name sitting on the fold, in cursive. Then, darken the name by tracing 2-3 times. Fold the name to the inside, make sure the name is facing down. Usually, you can see the name through the paper, which will help with the next step. With the cap of a marker…

This would be an activity for kids who are slightly more advanced with script. They can write cursive words and form them into a shape of an animal. It is a fun way to practice writing while doing something slightly more challenging. Groundhog Day Activities, Fun Writing Activities, Spelling Activities, Holiday Activities, Teaching Cursive, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Language Arts, Learn Handwriting, Cursive Handwriting

Cursive Art for Other Holidays

Holiday Cursive - Check out this cursive Groundhog for Groundhog's Day! It's a great way to have some fun, while getting a little cursive practice in! Great for your 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students! {Use this idea at ANY time of year, just change the shape to match the season or holiday!}