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    Great literacy games

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    Telephone letter sounds. They will learn better when they hear themselves talk.

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    Literacy center ideas.

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    5 Retelling Activities to Increase Our Youngest Readers Story Comprehension - Meaning Matters

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    Block Area Literacy Ideas

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    Letter, word, and sentence sorting activity for whole class, centers or intervention for struggling readers

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    FREEBIE-punctuation song posters on TPT. 6 posters in all.

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    oo words with Fruit Loops!

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    This activity aligns with the following Kindergarten Common Core State StandardsK.RFS.2 Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and ...

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    #kitchen #menu #order #pad for your #dramatic #play #centers FREE at The Kinder Cupboard Blogspot focuses on #beginning #sounds

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    13 Ways to Learn Letters Without Flash Cards!

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    where's the bear? sight word practice.

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    Did you know that placing a red dot in the middle of words can help children see the whole word? Try it for students who just look at the beginning of words and then guess.

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    Name + letter recognition projects at PreK +K Sharing

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    capital and lowercase-love this!!

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    Sneaky "e" wand.

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    letter matching

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    practice boring sight words a fun way - play Sight Word Twister! Combine movement, reading & fun and kids will be learning in no time! could also use with letters or numbers

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    Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate. // This would make a great car activity too!

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    Great sight for centers and group activities to practice "Word Study" words...I'm going to use the activities weekly!

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    literacy station - make these for next year. differentiate by making long vowel pattern words for high group

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    Flip book for contractions.

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    sound boxes on the floor--kids hop as they segment the word...good for kinesthetic learners

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    Helping beginning readers tell the difference between Letters, Words, and Sentences with a sorting activity-$

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    Get your students past the LMNO by saying the alphabet this way. =) A part of a back to school freebie set for parents!

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