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Word Work - Words Their Way. Lots of great ideas for word work activities and organization.

Place several plastic eggs in a basket. Fill each egg with letter tiles for students to open them and unscramble them to make CVC words. Students must make the word, blend and say the word, then write the word on the recording sheet

Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt. Select list of words and write them on the board. Write letters on post it notes and stick them around the room. The kids find the letters and build the words on the board. Sounds like fun!

Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See? Paper bag craft. Maybe put pieces inside and make it a sequencing activity-- w/ partners!

Chalkboard & Neon Daily 5 Choice Chart (Freebie)

Great way to get little ones to blend their sounds together!

A Differentiated Kindergarten: Send 'em to the hallway . . . Use oil pans in your hallway (or where ever) to extend teaching area.

It's this easy for kids to make their own book--here's how to bind it with basic office supplies!

Site has LOTS of great ideas for LITERACY WORK STATIONS (& PDF's to download & use immediately)

Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate. Or use on field trips.

Never found a website as helpful as this one for phonemic awareness activities! - - repinned by #PediaStaff. Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Put the cards inside the crocodile container. At circle time, say the following verse: Crocodile, crocodile down by lake, going to reach right in and see what words you ate. (Could put sight words in or put letters in and see how many words the students can create using the letters)