Who doesn’t like to pretend they are a Secret Agent with a Code to Crack? Our students just love this activity!
February Secret Message Drawing Center Activity.
Beginning Sound Practice
These Activities are aligned with:
CCSS RF.K.2d-isolate and pronounce the initial, medial, and final sounds. We made this Activity to give the children a fun and exciting way to practice fluency in beginning sound recognition. We want to make sure that we focused on and had isolated skill practice with beginning sounds in words. This can be used in independent instruction, whole group, small group, a literacy center or as homework practice. Great for Differentiated Instruction.
After the students have Cracked the Code they have to draw the Secret Message!!
First graders can crack the code, draw it, then write a story about it.
How much fun it that!
One set with the Secret Decoder Key on them and one set without the secret Decoder Key on them.
Give your students practice with the printables with the Secret Decoder Key on them, then let them test their beginning sound knowledge with the printables without the Secret Decoder Key on them.
These are twenty Secret Message printables with or without the Secret Message Decoder Key.
How ever you decide to use these in your classroom, we hope that you find them a useful tool in your Teaching Tool Box. :
http:teachers pay teachers.com/Store/Made-For-K
Michelle and Barb
Made for K!
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