This is an "I Have Who Has" game that helps students review sh, th, and ng. Many of these words come from the McGraw Hill reading program. We play this game once a week to practice the phonics pattern of the week.
This is an "I Have Who Has" game that helps students review words with ending blends. Many of the words come from the McGraw Hill reading program. We play this game once a week with the phonics pattern of the week, and the kids love it!
This PowerPoint shows students a couple of examples of different types of neighborhoods. Then, the slides ask the question, "Where in the neighborhood would I go for...?" Students can guess the answer, and you can discuss it on the next slide.
Social Studies - History, Other (Social Studies - History)
Students can play this bingo game to help them review the sounds that the r-controlled vowels make. I also added pictures to help students remember the sounds if they are visual learners.
Tiger - Sounds that make the "er" sound, like a tiger that
This game is like "Go Fish." Students have to find two cards with the same word on it. These two cards make a match. Shuffle the cards, then deal five cards to each player. Each person takes turns asking another player for a card he/she needs to
This is an "I Have Who Has" game that helps students review words with the short u sound. Many of the words come from the McGraw Hill reading program. We play this game once a week in our class with the phonics pattern of the week and the kids
Here is another version of the bump game. Students roll 3 dice and find the sum of the numbers they rolled. Then, they find the pentagon with the number that is equal to their sum. Before students can mark the pentagon as theirs with a chip, the
Wordzo is a game like Uno. Students shuffle the cards and deal five cards to each player. Then, players take turns putting a card down on the discard pile. The card must be the same color as the card previously put on the discard pile or the card
I made this book so my students could have a purpose for reading. I cut the pages in half and put 8-10 pages of each reading page together in a booklet for each student. When students finish a book during silent reading, I let them pick which page
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Literacy Center Ideas, Graphic Organizers, Interactive Notebooks