Do-A-Dot Letter Printables- she has uppercase and lowercase! We didn't have the dot markers, but we had some small foam cylinders we had bought in the Target dollar spot that worked great for this. Could also use those garage sale stickers- GREAT fine motor activity!! The Dot, Letter Activities, Letter Recognition, Alphabet Letters, Dot Letter, Alphabet Activities, Teaching Letters, Toddler Activities, Kid
Free Do-A-Dot Letter Printables
Kindergarten alphabet photo books created in Shutterfly. I love this idea and this blog post gives great suggestions for getting started!
And Next Comes L: Alphabet Shower Curtain Rings
Decoding strategies anchor chart to hang in the classroom after teaching each strategy in small group.
Color the animal alphabet. Has an animal for each letter of the alphabet.
FREE PRINTABLES OF INITIALS - Each initial is filled with magnificent images starting with that letter. Have students color them for an easy classroom project or to organize your classroom with flair! (Copy/Paste these visual masterpieces) Free Alphabet Printables, Free Coloring Printables, Coloring Projects For Kids, Free Printables For Kids, Alphabet Letters, Printables Free Kids, Imag Start, Kids Printables Free, Printables Free School
Free Printables of Initials - Each initial is filled with images starting with that letter.
32 Free pics for sorting consonant digraphs! Works great for small groups or literacy centers.
Letter walk: walk around looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate. // This would make a great car activity too!
Hands on the Alphabet ~ Ideas for exposing young children to letters and the sounds they make
Printable magazine letters for literacy station. No more messy magazines. LOVE!!
BRILIANT!! Why didn't I think of this before?! **Vowel Game** •Each child has a laminated strip of vowels and a clothespin. •I say a CVC word like "cat." •The children listen and then put their clothespin on the vowel they hear in the CVC word. What is so great about this game is that you can have the children hold up their strips and you can quickly check and see who is "getting it." And best of all, it is fun!-cute! Vowels Kindergarten, Kindergarten Teacher Clothes, Clothespin, Vowel Games, Teaching Kindergarten, Children Listen, Kindergarten Blogs, Cvc Word Games, Cvc Games
Vowel Game •Each child has a laminated strip of vowels and a clothespin. •I say a CVC word like "cat." •The children listen and then put their clothespin on the vowel they hear in the CVC word. What is so great about this game is that you can have the children hold up their strips and you can quickly check and see who is "getting it." And best of all, it is fun!
Teaching Your Child to Read, Part 3 - I Can Teach My Child! Good ideas - but honestly one of my girls learned to read from watching my finger under the words as I read them, a couple of short books a night. One day, when she was about 2.5 she suddenly read a 'stop' sign. She also loved those sets where you have an audio tape and a matching story book. School, Famili Game, Word Families, Read, Children, Educ, Teach, Family Games, Kid
Free download- Word Family Game
Great ideas for teaching phoneme segmentation. FREE printable and a free 2, 3, 4 phoneme cheat sheet
Laminate these two page back to back, and you have one useful resource card for your students!
This poster was created to give students a visual cue of what letters make more than one sound.
Like this hands on activity
Lowercase to Uppercase spoon matching game. Cheap and fun.
Free vowel pictures for sorting activity