Read it, Build it, Write it
Print this out for Literacy Centers. Children pull out a craft stick with a word on it. They then build it with letter tiles or letter magnets. Then they can write it. Can be laminated for multiple uses. ...
Read It, Build It, Write It
Use sight words cards to practice! Place the sight word in the "Read It" box, build it with magnets or playdough, and write it! I suggest laminating these, and then the students can use EXPO markers to practice, and re-use. KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS: Grab my Kindergarten Sight Word packet to use with...
Kindergarten RTI: Letter Identification & Recognition - Babbling Abby
So, how scary is RTI to everyone? Or, is that just me?! I don’t know what it was about RTI, but it has always terrified me. What was I supposed to do? Was I doing it right? Was I serving the right kids? And, FOR THE LOVE OF PETE, is it Response to Instruction or …
How to Start Literacy Stations in the Kindergarten Classroom
Day 5 of my 31 Days of Kindergarten series and it’s time to chat about How to Start Literacy Stations in Kindergarten. Stations are my wheelhouse and I feel very confident introducing and running them in my classroom. I have taken several workshops dedicated to literacy work stations and eventually got the opportunity to become […]
Bunny,Chick and Sheep Word Family Activities For op, ick, eep and eap
1-2-3, Come Slide With Me, To Study a Word Family! My Y5's really enjoyed making "sliders." I named them that, because you slide a strip of paper through slits that then revealed something in the cut out "window." I made sliders for lots of my report card standards: upper and lowercase letters, numbers, skip counting, counting backwards, shapes, colors, word wall words etc. A slider was an especially successful way for my students to actually see, how a word family operated. They liked…
Back to School Freebie!
I cannot believe it's almost back to school time! These 5 pages are perfect for the beginning of the year in kindergarten. Skills practiced: *sorting letters/words *beginning sounds *Number recognition *Counting *Ten Frames **If you like this freebie, check out the full packet here: Kindergarte...
Sensational Stamps: Alphabet, rhyming, beginning, middle, & ending sounds
FREEBIE! Sensational Stamps: Alphabet, rhyming, beginning, middle, ending sounds.
Reading Logs and Award Certificates Freebie!
Free reading logs and star reader certificates come in both minutes read and books read. There are 5 colors and a black line option to choose from.Editable version of certificates is also included. So you can edit to use for AR level goals, or any other goals.Bonus: Also includes reward/incentiv...
Word Work Activities - EDITABLE
Editable Word Work Activities! I love that they're no prep. They'd make great sight word games, literacy centers... even spelling games.
Free Printable Rhyming Puzzles - Simply Kinder
Free Printable Rhyming Puzzles The last couple of weeks we’ve been learning about rhyming. We’ve been reading some of our favorite rhyming books like Giraffe’s Can’t Dance, Nanette’s Baguette and Commotion In The Ocean. These Free Printable Rhyming Puzzles will help the students practice matching words that rhyme. . I wanted the students to be able […]
FREE Rhyme Time Game Boards - This Reading Mama
20 FREE Rhyme Time Game Boards. Fun rhyming activity for preschool or early kindergarten!
Rhyming Picture Mats
These rhyming picture mats are perfect reading practice and recognizing patterns in words. They're a great literacy activity for any emergent reader!
Superkids Club Literacy Centers for Kindergarten
Meet the Superkids Working with Words Practice Worksheets As your students begin the process of blending sounds into words the following worksheets can be used to help them along. Each unit has different activities that you can pick and choose from. Use some of them for homework, early finishers or in centers.