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-ck spinners! Put a paperclip on the spinner and place the point of a pencil inside the paperclip and in the center of the spinner. First, spin the beginning sound spinner (b, l, n, p, s.) Next, spin the ending sound spinner (ack, eck, ick, ock, uck.) Record your spins on paper. Sound out the word. If the word is a real word, circle it; if the word is a nonsense word, do not circle it. Students can work in pairs.

FREE Nonsense Word Fluency Freebie (NSF) DIBELS Practice Pages

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eduBakery.com - nonsense-words these Bingo Cards

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FREE Spring Nonsense Bingo! 5

FREE St. Patrick's Day Nonsense and /ar/ Word Hunts. I think this would be fun to hide these around the room for a treasure hunt.

FREE Real and Nonsense Word Sort "at" family

Real and Nonsense Word Sort "at" family

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-ck spinners! Put a paperclip on the spinner and place the point of a pencil inside the paperclip and in the center of the spinner. First, spin the beginning sound spinner (b, l, n, p, s.) Next, spin the ending sound spinner (ack, eck, ick, ock, uck.) Record your spins on paper. Sound out the word. If the word is a real word, circle it; if the word is a nonsense word, do not circle it. Students can work in pairs.

Roll-a-word literacy activity (can make CVC words using 3 letter dice OR 2 onset and rime dice -- then record real & nonsense words)

Miss Kindergarten: DIY Foam Dice

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nonsense word maker?? Would be neat to have kids come up with a definition of the word you roll isn't really a word

Kindergarten Rocks!: Sight Words & Nonsense Words...2 of our favorite things!

$3.00 Candy Land Nonsense Word Game #1. You can also take an old game from a thrift store and write on the cards with permeant marker or maybe for more advanced kids, you could have them write on them with an expo marker.

FREE. here's a little more short vowel practice. The kids will use a vowel die to create words, then sort the words as real or nonsense.

Scrabble Cheez-Its <-- My 5-year-old is learning to read and *loves* making nonsense words with these. Great way to bring fun and play to learning letter sounds!