Using Writer's Eye (Grades K-3)
The basics of the Writer's Eye is to teach children to ask themselves questions while writing:
1. Do I see a capital letter at the beginning of my sentence?
2. Do I see finger spaces between the words I have
Four Corners is a classic when it comes to classroom games! It's a fun end-of-the-day kind of game before the kids catch the bus or for when you need a "quiet" game for indoor recess - things can get blustery here in Minnesota!
In a Kindergarten classroom I recently subbed in, students used similar blending boxes to practice decoding their sight words during Daily 5. Since my Kindergarten Club kiddos need a lot of reinforcement when it comes to CVC patterns, we do blending
Help B Bug Identi-Fly His Letters!
This can be used as a large or small group lesson.
Students each receive a letter mat and a bug (these plastic critters can easily be found at a dollar store...toy section).
The teacher names a letter or
A fun Holiday game that integrates beginning sounds and blending.
Letter Dice (wooden block with sticker letters - h, f, r, g, b, t)
Hurry! Help the snowman find the
Presidents' Day is just around the corner and it will come quicker than you think! The following learning center offers students an interactive way to honor and celebrate Presidents' Day. A variety of activities relating to mathematics, language
Here is a fun freebie that has become a routine that my first graders love! Before we enter the room, the students have to whisper the password (aka high frequency word of the day) in my ear. As they leave, they must grab the "golden" ticket out
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Vowel Digraph Egg Hunt:
An interactive and kinesthetic review game for small group or reading intervention