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Crocodile crocodile down by the lake, I'm gonna reach in and see what you ate!  Use to teach letters. Made one this past year and it's super cute!

"Crocodile crocodile down by the lake, I'm gonna reach in and see what you ate!" Use to teach letters, sight words, vocabulary words, math facts i. addition the crocodile can only eat so will eat &

Crocodile, Crocodile, Down by the lake, I'll reach in, to see what letter you ate.   Kids reach in and choose a letter and name, but if they get a snap card they can draw again.  3 snap cards and the game is over.

Crocodile, Crocodile, Down by the lake, I'll reach in, to see what sound you ate. Kids reach in and choose a letter and tell me the sound but if they get a snap card they can draw again. 3 snap cards and the game is over.

Free Alphabet Printable: Crocodile SNAP! Game

Free Alphabet Printable: Crocodile SNAP! Game

Crocodile Snap Game- If a letter is read correctly,students get to keep it. If snap is pulled, the cards all go back in the crocodile. Use with sight words--would be easily adapted to fit different word patterns. Math problems would work too.

Super FUN Coloring pages. Teach the lowercase letter sounds.

FREE Preschool Printable Worksheets - Color the Letter Sounds

The Princess and the Tot: Super Tot's Journal

Start journaling with 3 year old: Ask them what shape they want you to draw and then see if they can copy it or color inside it. Michael journal while Matthew does his.

Simple but meaningful 5 senses activity for kids to make today. Scratch-and-sniff names work on a variety of early learning concepts in a super fun way!

5 Senses Activity with Scratch and Sniff Names

Simple but meaningful 5 senses activity for kids to make today. Scratch-and-sniff names work on a variety of early learning concepts in a super fun way!

Alphabet Squish! A great tactile way to reinforce letter recognition...and super fun!

Alphabet Squish

I love this idea! Sensory activity that can be used not only for letter recognition but making the sound of the letter or letters as they squish them. Another awesome idea from Jenae at I Can Teach My Child.

Magnetic letter hunt; fosters development of emergent literacy. Can be placed in the classroom sensory table (sensory exploration). Implemented as a partner activity.

Structured alphabet sensory table task: magnetic letters hidden in coloured rice with scoops & shovels. Matching letters are stuck onto baking trays (attached to the wall with velcro). Hunt for the letters & stick them onto the corresponding letters.

50 Playful Sight Words Activity Ideas for Beginning Readers | Childhood101

50 Playful Sight Words Activity Ideas for Beginning Readers

Where's the Bear? I wanted to post a pick of another favorite sight word game of my cuties. It's called Where's the Bear. I labeled Dixie cups with sight words. Then I turn them over onto a tray and hide a bear underneath one cup.

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