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Kindergarten - Phonics!

Letter recognition matching activity for preschoolers. Photo by Kathleen Intile Manager - Blue Butterfly Family Daycare

Using play-dough to improve fine motor skills and letter recognition. (taken from the FB page: Choices Family Daycare)

Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood (school, campus, classroom) looking for objects that begin with each letter, and then fold down tab on the plate.

Learning and Playing in 2 Bedrooms or Less

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This game is good for students to recognize letters & sounds in a fun way. This game is called Zap. The students take turns saying the letter name/sound on the stick they pull. If they get it right, they get to keep it, but if it's wrong they have to put it back. If they get a Zap! they have to put all their sticks back.

Tweezers, letter mat, and letter beads- great way to use those letter beads I always want to buy!

Mrs. Kelly's Kindergarten: Literacy Work Stations

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“sounds all around” is a phonics game for children who identify their letters. it features doodles for all 26 letters and 4 blends (sh, ch, th, ph). students match scrabble letters to the correct pictures. you can also use magnetic letters or plastic letter beads and substitute capital letters with lowercase ones.

2013. make + take: sounds all around. materials:...

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Phonics Printables- Read, Trace & Color Short Vowels FREEBIE

Thanksgiving Turkey Themed - Word Families activity! 72 word families. Have your students write a word that belongs to each word family on a feather and glue it to the turkey! :)

Phonics Printables- Read, Trace & Color Short Vowels FREEBIE

Phonics Games for final blends -nk and -ng

Teaching Special Thinkers

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Place the letters into the mixing bowl and have the students help you stir the alphabet soup. Each student then gets a turn the dip a letter or letters into their soup bowls. After they dip they identify the letters, letter sounds or both

Cute idea for letter recognition. Find the letter and color the square on the chart. Has a sheet to download for each letter