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Your students will have fun making this book written in the style of Brown Bear, Brown Bear. They will glue the correct 3D shape on each page of th...

Snowman, Snowman: 3D Shapes

Your students will have fun making this book written in the style of Brown Bear, Brown Bear. They will glue the correct shape on each page of the book.

A simple I Have, Who Has.. game using contractions with an ocean theme!...

French Immersion - song in video animation - Deux petits oiseaux - French song

The zip around game I was talking about, Mestel Mestel Liebow I Have, Who Has.

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Lines 1 & 2 = weekly spelling words Line 3 = Weekly High Frequency Words Lines & 6 = Sentences using the High Frequency Words

Preschool activity sheets combined simple phonics, nursery rhymes, counting skills, and handwriting...I LOVE THIS!  Awesome blog

How many A's does the sheep have in his "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" poem? Kids find and count each letter A in the rhyme on this kindergarten reading worksheet.

40 SENSATIONAL SIGHT WORD GAMES

40 sensational sight word games

40 Sensational Sight Word GamesHelp kids learn sight words and become better readers with easy games like Sight Word Soup, Magic Wand Words, Simon Says Sight Words!, Word Construction Site, Sing a Son

Popcorn Blends Activity: Cut out popcorn blends and word wheels. Pull a popcorn blend – set aside. Spin the spinner on the wheel. Match the blend to the word ending. When you make a real word record it on the recording sheet. Information: Phonics, Blends, Letter Sounds, Popcorn, Word Endings, Word Families

Popcorn Blends Activity

Popcorn Blends Activity: Cut out popcorn blends and word wheels. Pull a popcorn blend – set aside. Spin the spinner on the wheel. Match the blend to the word ending. When you make a real word record it on the recording sheet.

"Letters Have a Place" rhyme for 1st graders.

Cute poem - have the little'uns act it out post-reading and then demonstrate letters hanging all over the place. Then have S take their time making their letters look properly in place and display on a lovely letters bulletin board!

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It would be so fun for the kids to create a goodbye motion for each one of these. Changing once a week, this list could take you a long way through the school year! Good bye sayings.

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