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Toss and Answer Muffin Tins: Just put some words in a muffin tin and have the child toss a ball or bean bag into the tray, and then read that word.

Use blue painter's tape to make a maze on the floor. Kick a bean bag through the maze to work on eye-foot coordination.

I purchased a chip and dip tray from the dollar tree and turned it into a vocabulary center. In each section of the chip section is an activity. Each of them are numbered. The students rolls a dice in the middle and complete the activity that matches what they rolled. They then write their answer on the recording sheet. You can grab a free copy of the recording sheet.

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strategies for unknown words

15+ Reading Strategy Prompts You Can Say When a Child Comes to an Unknown Word ~ includes a FREE printable version! | This Reading Mama

Game for sight words. Canister is filled with cups and each cup has a sight word on it. When a sight word is read correctly, they can start building a tower. If they get a word wrong or knock over the tower or the tower falls, they have to start over.

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Kinetic Sight Word Activity... With a Beach Ball

Sight Word Activity on a Beach Ball.

I saw one of our kindergarten teachers playing this game, and had to find a way to use it in my class. They LOVE it! We used it to review our spelling words. I choose one King or Queen at a time to come sit in the royal throne. They put on a crown with a little pocket in the front. I put one word in the pocket, so they can't see it. The class spelled the word, and the King/Queen had to guess what the word was. In Kindergarten they did it with sounds. The class said the sounds in a word, and…