Free Letter of the Day Worksheets. These worksheets provide children with different skill building activities on a daily basis. -Read & Identify the letter -Say the Sound -Trace Uppercase -Trace Lowercase -Write Uppercase & Lowercase -Color Beginning letter animal -Seek and Find letter -Draw (items that begin with your letter) -ABC Order

Free Letter of the Day Worksheets. These worksheets provide children with different skill building activities on a daily basis. -Read & Identify the letter -Say the Sound -Trace Uppercase -Trace Lowercase -Write Uppercase & Lowercase -Color Beginning letter animal -Seek and Find letter -Draw (items that begin with your letter) -ABC Order

Use this little FREEBIE as a whole group phoneme substitution activity. Students could also use this with partners. Includes 20 cards, substituting beginning, middle, and end phonemes in words. I value and appreciate your feedback on this FREE ITEM! Interested in more ideas, freebies, and fun?

Use this little FREEBIE as a whole group phoneme substitution activity. Students could also use this with partners. Includes 20 cards, substituting beginning, middle, and end phonemes in words. I value and appreciate your feedback on this FREE ITEM! Interested in more ideas, freebies, and fun?

My 4 favorite activities for teaching phoneme segmentation. Video explaining the importance of this skill and demonstration of how to teach this skill with each activity.

My 4 favorite activities for teaching phoneme segmentation. Video explaining the importance of this skill and demonstration of how to teach this skill with each activity.

How working memory games can improve kids’ executive function in 5 minutes a day | The Cornerstone

How working memory games can improve kids' executive function in 5 minutes a day

How working memory games can improve kids’ executive function in 5 minutes a day | The Cornerstone

Sound Muncher: Put pictures/flashcards inside when teaching a new letter, for the kids to pull out. Sometimes, I put 3D letters into him and the kids have to put their hands in and guess what letter they can feel. Other times, we "feed" him pictures of words beginning with a particular letter. He has so many uses!

Sound Muncher: Put pictures/flashcards inside when teaching a new letter, for the kids to pull out. Sometimes, I put 3D letters into him and the kids have to put their hands in and guess what letter they can feel. Other times, we "feed" him pictures of words beginning with a particular letter. He has so many uses!

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