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During our morning meeting, we color code the message. Everyday we look for capital letters and color them green, punctuation is red, and sight words are in orange.

Confessions of a Kindegarten Teacher: Morning Meeting

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This is a great ice breaker because you can play this game two ways. This would be used in a kindergarten-1st grade classroom. Game 1: Say the letter. I have A. Who has F? Game 2: Say the sound. I have /a/. Who has /f/? The pictures on the cards will help students remember the letter sounds.

This is so awesome! A ton of Dr. Seuss characters (Lorax, Cat in the har, Fox in Socks, Grinch, Yurtle the Turtle, etc.) with a customizable speech bubble! Too cute!

Hide these Golden Tickets in library books or classroom books that never get read or checked out. Then reward the student that is lucky enough to discover it!

Easter Egg Sight Words- Kindergarten & 1st grade...(normally I HATE worksheets but this would be a good independent activity during guided reading...)

Keep Calm and Refer to the Anchor Chart! - Pinterest Boards - Thousands of ideas and printable anchor charts featured on the following Pinterest boards! These pinners also have several other wonderful educational boards worth checking out.