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spelling words w/ clothes pin letters (fine motor and literacy)

spelling words w/ clothes pin letters (fine motor and literacy) we could use it for name recognition- capital and lowercase letter matching or for simple sight words. Very awesome and super easy!

DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE

DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE One paint stick per color. Lots of clothes pins in each color for sorting and fine motor practice!

Kids use their fine motor skills to create Snowball Names in this preschool literacy activity

Snowball Names Fine Motor Literacy Activity

Lego letters

Lego learning games - exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words. (*idea- use long thin legos as "big lines" & short thin legos as "little lines" to make HWOT letters

fine motor skills

Have fun developing fine motor skills balancing marbles on golf tees in pieces of foam. Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Marbles and Golf Tee Game

Each 9 weeks sets are color coded differently for easy organization.

This activity helps kids learn sight words while also developing fine motor skills. To increase the level of complexity, challenge kids to build sentences out of these words! (Idea from Kinder Journey.) What wonderful way to work on sight words!

This is a great activity to keep stocked in your literacy centers! It’s low prep and students LOVE it! I love it too for the additional fine motor practice it allows! The words are the first 25 High-Frequency Words by Fountas and Pinnell) To get started: *Print and copy the pages you’d like to use *Place them in a bin with scissors, a glue sticks, and several child friendly magazines, catalogs, or advertisements for students to search for their words! *Let your students have at it!

Sight Word Practice; Sight Word Hunt (25 High-Frequency Words) K, First Grade

This is a great activity to keep stocked in your literacy centers! It’s low prep and students LOVE it! I love it too for the additional fine motor practice it allows! The words are the first 25 High-Frequency Words by Fountas and Pinnell) To get started:

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