Students will work on alliteration while filling up a popcorn bag. Each piece of popcorn has a picture on it that must be put into the correct popcorn bag by matching beginning sounds. When all of the bags are filled, students can complete the
Students will learn about ALLITERATION by making pizzas! They will work to put all of the slices that begin with the same sound together on one pizza. There is enough pizza slices to make four pizzas (initial sounds s, m, p, and l). When students
The Pencil Box is a great game to practice Letter Naming and Letter Naming Fluency. A student pulls a pencil out of a pencil box and reads the strings of letters. If working on fluency, students can see how many pencils they can read in one minute.
Students help Humpty Dumpty put all of his broken eggs back together by matching the rhyming pictures on the two halves. After matching all of the rhymes there is a choice of two follow-up fun worksheets for the students to do.
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Students practice naming letters and letter naming fluency by reading the strings of letters on the crayons. When they read all of the crayons they can practice printing some of the letters on the follow-up worksheet.
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Students help Jack and Jill by matching the rhymes on all of the pails. When they are finished, there is a choice of follow-up worksheets to choose from.
This game is a great companion to Nursery Rhymes. I use it in whole group instruction, small
Students get a chance to "recycle" by playing this game. They will practice segmenting words by phoneme and then sort the picture cards into the correct recycling garbage can. There is a choice of two follow-up recording sheets.
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This set of Word Family Roll and Reads was designed to use with the instruction of the word families I teach in Kindergarten. For each word family there is a page with two copies of the same roll and read and a page with a larger version of the same
Students can wage their own version of a letter war by practicing letter naming. Students choose a strip of letters, read them quickly and accurately and then place them with the Galaxy character of their choosing. At the end of the game, the
Students will match two halves of a cookie onto a cookie sheet and "bake" some rhymes. After making at least a dozen cookies they can remove them with a spatula and start all over. Once the students are finished with the activity there is a choice
Students can help Little Miss Muffet take care of those silly little spiders by putting them all in ABC order! They can also match spiders with capital letters to those with lowercase letters. After they finish the game, they can write the alphabet
Fall is in the air! Students get a taste of fall with this Syllable Sorting Game. Match the apple to the correct tree by counting the number of syllables in the word on the apple. When students are finished there is a follow up worksheet they can
Students match rhymes by looking at a picture of an object an "astronaut" is holding with a picture on a rocket. When they have made all of the matches there are two follow-up worksheets to choose from.
This is a great tool for working on rhyming
Students will enjoy a taste of fall with this Pumpkin Seed Letters game. Matching capital to capital or capital to lowercase letters is fun with over sized pumpkin seeds.
The game includes four pumpkins - two with capital and two with lowercase
Students work on letter naming and matching capital and lowercase letters by putting a fish with a lowercase letter on it in the fishbowl with the matching capital letter. This game is great for whole group work, small group instruction and great
Students will love making Giant Ice Cream Cones by putting the alphabet in order. They can choose either a capital letter cone or a lowercase letter cone and build it scoop by scoop, A-Z. The finishing touch...chocolate or strawberry syrup. Follow
This game helps students with letter naming practice and letter naming fluency practice.
It is played by having students read strings of letters on dog bones and then "feed" the bone to a dog - either the one included or a real stuffed dog!