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 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.

have a permanent graph in place and just change the question...great practice for calendar time.  -Repinned by Totetude.com

have a permanent graph in place and just change the question...great practice for calendar time. -Repinned by Totetude.com

Need a fun classroom management activity to get kids focused and ready for the day? Teachers can set-up a DIY  Question of the Day board with a drip pan and a few simple materials.  Kids will love reading the different questions posted each school day!

Question of the Day Board

Need a fun classroom management activity to get kids focused and ready for the day? Teachers can set-up a DIY Question of the Day board with a drip pan and a few simple materials. Kids will love reading the different questions posted each school day!

Shades of Meaning - Get kids to explore other ways to say simple things in the target language. Also a great way to teach "self-selected" vocabulary.

Shades of Meaning - Get kids to explore other ways to say simple things in the target language. Also a great way to teach "self-selected" vocabulary.

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